- photo by Bill Buckley
10. Traveling Kitchen: What a better way is there to cap off a day of waterfowl hunting than preparing a meal with the morning's harvest? If you've got room, throw a small charcoal grill in with your gear, or ask your place of lodging if there are cooking facilities available. Bring along a large plastic container filled with assorted pots, pans, plates, utensils and spices. And don't worry about presentation—your hunting partners won't notice. They'll be too busy eating, telling stories, and discussing plans for next year's trip!