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Packing the right equipment is essential before heading off on a hunting trip. In extreme circumstances the equipment that you bring could mean the difference between life and death. In most cases having the right equipment can increase your chances of a humane kill and provide comfort while on a hunt. SSAA Victoria suggests the following as a basic checklist for most hunting trips. This is only a guide and additional equipment will be required in some circumstances.

  • Backpack
  • Battery pack (on foot only)
  • Blaze orange vest or cap
  • Camouflage clothing
  • Coloured filters for light (spotlighting)
  • Ear plugs
  • First-aid kit
  • Food and water
  • Fox whistles (for foxes)
  • Gators
  • GPS
  • Hand-held spotlight (for rabbits and foxes)
  • Knife
  • Map and compass
  • Minimum calibre firearm
  • Personal Locating Beacon (EPIRB optional)
  • Rifle door rest
  • Roof mount kit
  • Secure cage or tray (back of ute only)
  • Spotlight
  • Spare globes for spotlight
  • Sturdy boots with ankle support
  • Sunscreen
  • Torch
  • UHF hand-held radio
  • 4X4 utility or wagon