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I know I'm supposed to eat while fishing but I often find it just to much of an effort to stop fishing and sit down to eat. I would like have some nutritious chewy stuff I could eat with one hand while holding a rod or steering wheel with the other. Suggestion/ opinions?

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Moon pies (double deckers)

liver cheese sammiches (must be bought a bait store)

goldfish crackers

david sunflower seeds

peunut butter cookies

vienna saug and crackers

12 pack diet coke

that should get you through the day.

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beef jerky, raw unsalted almonds, turkey dogs, you can wear a camel back so you dont have to grab a bottle of water while fishing, stuff like that. try to keep it healthy and nutritious so your body gets what it needs to properly function both mentaly and physicaly.

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Small meals or snacks every few hours is the healthiest way to eat, increases your metabolism plus an energy boost. Dinner the night before an outing I make sure not to eat food with too much sodium, same goes for breakfeast, no ham, bacon or sausage, increases thirst. I avoid taking any soft drinks that contain sugar or artificial sweeteners, again it increases thirst. Being thirsty and needing to hydrate are 2 different issues, for me 1-2 bottles of water is sufficient, it doesn't have to be cold for me.

Being a diabetic I watch what I eat. A good size bowl of the lowest carb cereal and a couple of slices of low sodium cheese for breakfeast. I take 1 or 2 energy bars with me, again the ones lowest with the lowest carbs and highest protein. I'll pack a PB &J sandwich on low carb bread with sugar free jelly or jam. I require less water to swallow a sandwich with jelly, my water is basically to keep me hydrated and my body tells me when I need it.

I eat no junk food.

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It has become tradition for me to stop at a Turkey Hill and pick up a gas station sub. Sometimes I actually find myself missing my gas station sub if I go fishing without it now. GAS STATION SUBS!!! lol

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How about Tuna Fish Sammiches (that way all that falls over the side of the boat becomes chum)

Seriously, homemade beef jerky, cliff bars, water, beer/alcohol does NOT make it on my boat

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Penrose sauges, pepperoni peppers and crackers

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Coffee and donuts on the way to the ramp. I'll bring a sandwich and some apples and eat while I'm idling thru a no wake zone.

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I like to bring some jerky and nuts. Lots of water. Maybe a refreshing cold soda in the middle of the day.

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Moon pies (double deckers)

liver cheese sammiches (must be bought a bait store)

goldfish crackers

david sunflower seeds

peunut butter cookies

vienna saug and crackers

12 pack diet coke

that should get you through the day.

GEEEEEEE WIZZZZZZ !!!!

I would need a bigger boat to haul my fat a** around after all that LOL !!!

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I usually have a bunch of granola bars in my dry box so when ever I feel like I need a bite i'll eat one of them while still fishing. I'm suprised no-one esle brings these, unless that is what a cliff bar is.

Although if the kids are with me (which is most of the time) some candy, chips, or crackers make it on the boat along with whatever drink they pick out at the store while we're picking up crawlers. I think sometimes this is the best part for them, they're all excited to go fishing and then on top of that they get to go to the store and pick out whatever drink and candy/snack they want, its like an added bonus. Although when one of them gets a decent sized fish on their line its hard to compare.

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I like peanut butter crackers, cheese crackers, beef jerky and cheese. If I am fishing the whole day, I pack a sandwich(normally turkey and cheese) and a little bit of chips. Also normally have a hard boiled egg. I drink Dr. Pepper like a feine so I always have one or two of those and some water.

Jeff

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PB&J or Ham Sandwhiches

Bottles of Water

Grapes or apple slices

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Raw almonds and granola bars. Stuff I can eat with one hand that isn't messy. You don't want to get cheese puff powder all over your reel. :D

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jerky, nuts, grapes, cherries, apples, bananas, string cheese, water.

No beer. No sausages. No soda. No junk food.

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Nothing beats a buttered roll and a sugar-free energy drink at 0:Dark-Thirty on your way to go fishing. I usually bring a quick check sub on the boat or to the shore.

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jerky, nuts, grapes, cherries, apples, bananas, string cheese, water.

No beer. No sausages. No soda. No junk food.

I guess you're not superstitious, huh?

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jerky, nuts, grapes, cherries, apples, bananas, string cheese, water.

No beer. No sausages. No soda. No junk food.

You bring banannas on your boat !!????!!!!???

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I like chicken legs. They are reasonably good for you and have a built in handle. I buy large quantities in the spring, wrap them individually and freeze. I usually cook them on the grill the night before my trip, wrap them with cling wrap and put in my small cooler along with lots of water and some cheese. If I'm going to be fishing several days in a row I often cook more than a days supply and put them wrapped in the frig.

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