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Dreaming of a camo Christmas

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Time is running short and hunters can be some of the pickiest people when it comes to holiday gifts. Here's our list of last-minute suggestions to stuff those stockings.

 

Danny & Bucks BBQ Sauce

 

$5. Visit http://www.dannyswholehog.com for a list of retailers

 

It comes in original, apple butter, horseradish, raspberry chipotle, honey mustard, roasted garlic & honey and cranberry chipotle flavours -- all great with your grilled goose breasts or as a dip for your venison sausage. It's an easy stocking stuffer.

 

SPOT Gen3 Satellite Messenger

 

$169.99, Cabela's

 

It's safety first when you're in remote areas. This device uses satellite technology to let friends and family know you're OK or sends emergency help to your GPS location. Particularly good in areas where cell service is a long way off. It's a must for the avid outdoorsperson.

 

Rivers Edge Tin Box Camouflage Bandages

 

$4.99, Canadian Tire

 

The perfect stocking stuffer! These bandages come in a handy tin to keep them dry. Non-stick pads mean easy removal so no ouchy screams when it's time for them to come off. 32 per tin.

 

Hot Shot Textpac Hand Warmer Muff

 

$29.99, Canadian Tire

 

For hunters who like to have a smartphone close at hand while in the blind, this muff keeps the device concealed and movement to a minimum. There's a clear viewing window to see the screen while Thinsulate keeps hands warm. Improve that Angry Birds score!

 

Masterbuilt Pro Dual Fuel Smoker Gas/Charcoal

 

$189.87, The Home Depot

 

Over 700 square inches of interior space means you can get a lot done in one batch. Whether you use charcoal or propane, the locking door seals in flavour for excellent results. It comes with a porcelain water pan and built-in thermometer. Time to get smoking!

 

Camillus TigerSharp Titanium Skinning Knife

 

$59.99, The Home Depot

 

There's always room for another knife in the collection. This fixed-blade model never needs to be sharpened. Simply remove the dull blade and slide in a fresh one. Titanium bonded blades are three times harder than steel, stay sharper longer and resist corrosion.

 

Shel Zolkewich writes about the outdoors, travel and food when she's not playing outside, travelling or eating. You can reach her with your comments at shel@shelzolkewich.com

 

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition December 14, 2013 C10

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