- Sandwiches: Bread…check. Meat…check. Cheese…check. Veggies…. well, maybe. Sandwiches are a great option to take on your fishing trip as they package easily and provide a substantial meal complete with the helpful carbohydrates and protein that will keep you going throughout the entire day. Not a meat eater? No problem. Everyone loves a good ol’ fashioned PB&J!
- Beef Jerky: This makes for a tasty snack and will give you the protein punch you need in between meals.
- Trail Mix: Sweet, spicy, or savory, trail mix comes in all kinds of varieties and is another great option to take on the trip.
- Chips, Pretzels, Cheese Crackers, & More: They’re crunchy, salty, and delicious and pretty much all fall under the same category. However, it’s best to enjoy these yummy snacks with a sandwich as there’s little protein or nutritional value.
- Protein Bars or Granola Bars: These are easy to take on the boat and provide some of the sustenance you may need such as fiber and protein. Just make sure you’re getting the right kind as some granola bars are full of sugar and offer very little nutrition.
- Gatorade and Water: Both will do a body good, especially on a hot day, so load up the cooler and go heavy on the ice. Drinking cold non-alcoholic beverages will keep you well hydrated, help with motion sickness, and keep you going throughout the day. Keep sodas and alcoholic drinks to a minimum as both dehydrate the body.
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- Beef Jerky
- Trail Mix
- Chips, Pretzels, Cheese Crackers, & More
- Protein Bars or Granola Bars.
- Gatorade and Water