Treat pouch

JonS

New member
Is there one better than the others? I was debating a tool belt pocket? Any thing to like or hate about any. We're thinking having treats on a belt pouch would make them easier to distribute and offer when doing things we want Maple to do.
Thanks
 

jonnyB

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I have used a zip bag inside a shell vest pocket.

You might try an inexpensive shotgun shell holder - one used for trap or skeet. These typically are suspended/held via your belt.
 
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A5 Sweet 16

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...I run a clear, quart size, zip-type plastic bag (sometimes even fancy Ziploc brand), conveniently nestled in the pocket of my 1987 Mount'n Prairie camo vest. Sometimes I even dump treats straight in the vest pocket & hope they pick up a little natural bird scent (Ace says store-bought scents don't smell like genetically wild roosters). This can be used to aid "hunt dead" training by dragging the treat through the weeds, resulting in immediate gratification at the end of the search. Gotta watch to make sure it doesn't lead to a hard mouth though.
 

jonnyB

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Just pulling your chain a bit, my friend. I'm not sure how you drag a small treat through the weeds, however
 

A5 Sweet 16

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Just pulling your chain a bit, my friend. I'm not sure how you drag a small treat through the weeds, however
Understood. I too confess that I'm not always 100% serious.
I don't usually (or ever, actually) drag pheasant scented treats through the weeds.
But if I did, I'd tie it to a rear belt loop & run like mad.
There are several people on here that I'd like to video doing it.
 

JonS

New member
Ziploc bag is what it's been and will continue to be, thanks and looking forward to seeing less folks in the field, unless they're great folks like are here :)
 

JMc

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I use a water bottle carrier that has a Velcro strap that I wrap around my belt.
 
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