Xmas ideas for hunting/fishing/equestrian friends

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    12-05-2012, 09:28 PM
Xmas ideas for hunting/fishing/equestrian friends

Hey guys!

So I have my boyfriend and my best friend to buy for this Christmas and I need some ideas! We are going down to Oregon tomorrow (from Vancouver, Canada) to do christmas shopping in Woodburn. My boyfriend is big into hunting and fishing but I have no idea what he wants, needs or has. I was thinking maybe a Cabelas hoodie? I can order it online. I know he loves cabelas and bass pro shop etc etc. Any other ideas?

My bestfriend is also into hunting and fishing but also rides. I was thinking also a hoodie for her? Or maybe a Farm girl t-shirt or something, and then something horsey to go with it. Of course I have no problem picking out something horsey for her but also any other ideas would be great.

I don't know a lot about hunting and fishing but I can tell you where they fish, what they fish and where and what they hunt, i'd love to get them each something really nice and right now im stuck with hoodies... So any help would be fabulous!!

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    12-05-2012, 09:43 PM
Well if it helps any, my bf is crazy about hunting. This year I am getting him a spotting scope. My brother is getting bone collector floor mats and my sister is giving him the seat covers.
Mom and dad are getting a deer collapsible storage box. The father in law is getting binoculars. Dunno how much you want to spend or what he needs but Bushnell makes a really nice pair of binoculars for under $100.

I know in my situation if anyone would want to get me anything Browning pink label or RealTree girl I would be happy about it. Gloves, hats, hoody. Farmgirl is also good stuff you can find farmgirl stuff at Cabelas too.
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    12-06-2012, 08:07 PM
If you are still "there" and not already shopping, everyone loves a buck knife - ladies included (the smaller ones).
    12-06-2012, 08:09 PM
My son in law loves gift certificates from Cabella's. He doesn't ride but he hunts & fishes.
    12-08-2012, 02:25 PM
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A nice hunting knife. Seriously, I bought my husband this knife Bear Grylls Knife | Gear Review | Gear Junkie last year and he loves it. He collects knives, loves hunting, fishing, camping a survival stuff. You can not go wrong with a nice hunting knife.

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