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Some Christmas gifts worth hunting for

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We all know that hunting season is the most wonderful time of the year. But Christmas comes in at a close second. Hunters, start making those wish lists!

Preservac Vacuum Sealer

$109.99 and up

Cabela's

An essential for anyone who's interested in locking in the flavour and extending freezer life of those precious deer tenderloins. Take your pick from three models from Preservac. They can all do the job with bags up to 11 inches wide. The digital display in the deluxe model takes the guesswork out of sealing your favourite marinated creation.

ThermaCELL Insoles

$134.99

Cabela's

For anyone who's is plagued by cold and uncomfortable feel while hunting, this is the answer. These remote-controlled insoles can be trimmed to fit inside any boot. They're powered by lithium batteries that can be recharged at least 500 times. Enjoy gentle warmth for at least five hours and keep your tootsies toasty!

Sportsman WafflePro

$69.99

Cabela's

Delight all the outdoor enthusiasts around the breakfast table on Christmas morning! This waffle maker delivers a pair of deer head waffles in less than two minutes. Keep 'em coming. The nonstick coating means waffles cook evenly and release easily every time. Built-in cord storage means this waffle maker is easy to store.

Yukon Gear Mossy Oak Wind Fleece Jacket

$69.99

Canadian Tire

In our climate, windproofing is critical. This medium weight jacket is perfect for fall days or as a layer under your heavy gear on those late season days. It's made from brushed poly tricot so you stay quiet. It features side-zip pockets and adjustable Velcro wrist cuffs for a perfect fit.

Duck Dynasty Mug

$9.99

Canadian Tire

You can't go wrong with a stocking stuffer from the Duck Dynasty collection. This sturdy coffee mug features a famous quote from one of the show's stars. It's sure to make the hunter on you list very happy, happy, happy.

Wildgame Halo 700 Camo Range Finder

$239.99

Canadian Tire

There's nothing more important than getting an accurate reading on distance. This range finder lets you spot a reflective market up to 700 yards away. It has 6X magnification and technology that account for slope to the target. The scan mode allows for constant ranging. It's water resistant and comes in a neoprene case.

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

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition November 23, 2013 C11

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