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Cell phones- indispensable while hunting?
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I started thinking about what is probably the most important piece of non bullet slinging equipment in my huntin rig and decided it was a cell phone. 

It can replace quite a few separate pieces of equipment, and also can be your lifeline in an emergency. 

Not to mention that I have helped my partners spot game from my vantage point that they couldn't see yet, and warn them so they could be ready when a shot presented itself. 

On the other hand, there is something that can't be beat when it's just you alone with zero distractions.

What say you?
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#2
It Def has its advantages. I really try to unconnected when I'm hunting to appreciate it more, but I never go in the woods without it.
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#3
Not for me. First they don't work there and second, I like to hunt with no distractions.

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I take mine. When I get lost I text Brandon my GPS coordinates and he tells me where I'm at. LOL
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(07-15-2015, 07:57 PM)Squid Wrote: I take mine.  When I get lost I text Brandon my GPS coordinates and he tells me where I'm at.  LOL
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#6
I take mine. Never know when I will need to video some crazy bunny hugger yelling at me. Plus it is good in case something were to happen and I needed help
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Good point about the video but I always have a camera anyway. Wouldn't do much good to call anyone if something did happen. The nearest real hospital is a hundred miles away.
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#8
Where I hunt my cell doesn't get service so I keep it turned off. Only turn it on to take pics or video of something I may have bagged. Otherwise i see it as only a distraction that takes away from the overall experience.
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frustratingly, my cellphone won't get signal at my hunting areas. i think i value my treestand, flashlight, and toilet paper more on my hunting trips.
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(07-15-2015, 07:57 PM)Squid Wrote: I take mine.  When I get lost I text Brandon my GPS coordinates and he tells me where I'm at.  LOL

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