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simpzenith

Keeping Drinks From Freezing

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In the process of preparing for the upcoming archery season I began reflecting on last season. One thing I remember was the fact that my drinks would freeze quickly when hunting in sub-freezing temperatures. I'm originally from S.C. so this was never a problem. Does anyone know of any simple tips that could help. I like to carry cold or room temperature drinks such as water or tea. Thanks, Shane.

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I keep my bottle of water inside my heater body suit. If you hunt cold weather a lot look into them. Nothing else has helped me kill more deer than that suit.

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I think I'll skip on the Everclear. Maybe a beer after the hunt. Maybe I'll try a thermos. Hand warmers are a good idea but I'd hate to use one everyday. Will a thermos work for 3-4 hours with temps in the teens?

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Will a thermos work for 3-4 hours with temps in the teens?

It should if you buy a good, name brand thermos. Think about filling it with hot liquids, and pre-warm the inside with hot water. Don't forget to empty it out when you're done because eventually it WILL freeze and possibly break your thermos.

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kill your deer by november 1st that way you can stay inside when it gets cold out.
I plan on killing my first deer before October but I plan to use bonus tags the remainder of the season.

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