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    How to use dry ice to pack meat out 5 day hunting

  • #2
    Cool story
    Old enough to know better, still too young to care

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    • #3
      No link. No nothing.

      Could actually be an interesting topic if jackplans actually provided additional information.
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      I was thinking of his cannon.

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      • #4
        Wait for it...

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        • #5
          How To Use Dry Ice In A Cooler to keep safe hunting meat for 5 days

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          • #6
            Maybe it's a secret code?
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            I was thinking of his cannon.

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              like " the chair is against the wall.."

          • #7
            Ok who is the manchurian candidate they are trying to activate lol
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            • #8
              Here's my thoughts, you'll want dry ice on bottom of cooler, maybe use some sort of stand to keep meat from touching dry ice directly.

              I go camping with pelican cooler. I use 2 liters of gallon jugs to freeze water inside. That way as if melts you gave drinking water and you don't get water logged food. Also night before trip I through some ice cubes. This prechills cooler so you don't waste ice to cool it down when you leave in morning. Then anything I can freeze gets frozen before hand and meal for first day goes on top and isn't frozen. I've kept stuff cold with some ice left after 5 to 7 days in summer. Heck by time I get to camp site if I put beer in cooler that was in fridge it will be frozen by time I set up lol.
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              Finally joined the ranks of broke homeowner
              Am I short stroking or going to fast?

              I know he has a bush

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              • #9
                Also I know the river guides for grand canyon take there huge coolers and fill bottom with water then put in walk in freezer. Block ice lasts a lot longer and they can get multiple days in all that heat.
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                I know he has a bush

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