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I am a squirrel hunter who uses a vest (I know it is heresy to use a vest for squirrels) to put the squirrels in when they make the mistake of standing still for too long. Every time I come in from a successful hunt I wash in cold water the vest and

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  • #16
    I use my camo backpack that I usually use to carry all my gear for deer season, but when i'm hunting specifically for small game I always bring my vest since my dad taught me to do so, with another bag underneath, since the vest I use for squirrel hunting is also the vest I am using for deer rifle season, so I don't want the scent of squirrel blood to spook the deer. But a backpack with plastic lining or ziploc bags inside will also work if you don't have a vest or anything to carry them with, or don't want to wash your vest constantly. And its hands free.

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    • #17
      Originally posted by jhjimbo View Post
      I use a vest or sometimes a fish stringer. The vest and other hunting clothes I don't want to put in the machine I hang up in the shower and use the hand held spray to wash them down - no soap, just warm water.
      that was supposed to be a answer, sorry.

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      • #18
        Originally posted by jhjimbo View Post
        I use a vest or sometimes a fish stringer. The vest and other hunting clothes I don't want to put in the machine I hang up in the shower and use the hand held spray to wash them down - no soap, just warm water.
        JHP is that a metal one with the hooks or a nylon stringer?

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        • #19
          Originally posted by jhjimbo View Post
          I use a vest or sometimes a fish stringer. The vest and other hunting clothes I don't want to put in the machine I hang up in the shower and use the hand held spray to wash them down - no soap, just warm water.
          Nylon stringer type works for me.

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