Hunting Gear

No matter what kind of game you’re hunting, the gear you choose can lighten your load and make your experience more enjoyable. Hunting bags and coolers are necessary pieces of gear that hold everything from your hunting apparel and bedding to food and drinks; these water-resistant, durable bags and coolers come with easy-carry handles or padded shoulder straps for comfortable transport. Turkey, goose, dove, and duck hunting gear includes game carriers and coolers to store and haul your bounty after a successful hunt, and decoy bags that make toting full bodies and floaters easy. Upland hunting gear includes tools that come in handy in a pinch—from cutters to get through a snare to needle nose pliers for pulling out quills and burrs. Light up your site, set up decoys in the dark, or find your way through the bushes at night, when you strap on a headlamp that leaves your hands free for activities. Explore the best hunting gear tailored to your needs from brands you can trust, including Banded, Lucky Duck, Drake Waterfowl, and Avery Outdoors.  

Frequently Asked Questions 

What is the best hunting gear?

No matter what you’re after, the best piece of hunting gear you can pick up is a study backpack. The best hunting backpacks are lightweight and durable, with secure zippers and plenty of compartments for your accessories. When it comes to brands, the best hunting gear comes from reputable manufacturers including Banded, Drake Waterfowl, Sitka, Avery Outdoors, and Browning. 

What gear do I need for duck and goose hunting?

Aside from your firearm and collection of decoys, the best gear for duck and goose hunting includes decoy bags, ammunition, food and drinks, an insulated cooler, extra clothing, binoculars, a shotgun sling, and game calls. 

What gear do I need for upland hunting?

When upland hunting, stock your gear bag with:

  • Ammunition
  • Tools
  • Shooting gloves
  • Binoculars
  • A first aid kit
  • Compass
  • Gun cleaning supplies
  • Toilet paper

Bring along a comfortable chair or seat to take a break, an insulated cooler for your catch if you need to keep it cold for a while before you head home, and gear for your hunting dog.