Rest // Relax // Reminisce // Recreate // Repeat

What to Bring

  1. fishing gear – don’t forget the landing netMinnow bucket duck
  2. rain gear – you don’t wanna get soaked
  3. fishing license – don’t get caught without one!
  4. sunblock – so you don’t burn
  5. bug spray – to keep skeeters away
  6. food – to eat
  7. towels – to dry off
  8. toiletries/toothbrush – the dentists still recommend brushing 2x a day!
  9. soap – to stay clean
  10. kleenex – to wipe your tears if the big one gets away!
  11. charcoal/lighter fluid – to cook the burgers on the grill
  12. flashlight – in case you get lost in the dark
  13. camera – to document actual fish size
  14. personal pillow – if you are real picky
  15. swim wear – to get your tan on or to cool off
  16. favorite beverage – for days when the fish don’t bite. Heck, even when they do!
  17. singing voice – to keep up with the jukebox
  18. cell phone – yes, we get service up here!
  19. snow suit – in case it gets REALLY cold
  20. sunglasses – to get an awesome pair of raccoon eyes
  21. radio/alarm – wake up early to catch the big one
  22. extra set of spark plugs – for your old motor that gets used once a year
  23. golf clubs – excellent courses in the area
  24. pooper scooper -please pick up after your pet
  25. guitar – to sing Kumbaya around the fire
  26. garbage bags – for inside the cabin
  27. coolers – keep beverages cold and refreshing
  28. hat/bandana – to keep your cool
  29. map/GPS – if you feel like exploring
  30. batteries – always good to have extras
  31. life jacket – in case you don’t look good in orange