10 Gift Ideas for the Hunter in Your Life

Do you have a hunter in your life? If so, then you know buying Christmas presents for them can be hard. (Yep, I understand because I have two.) But shopping for your favorite hunter doesn't have to be hard; in fact I'm sharing with you 10 GIFT IDEAS FOR THE HUNTER IN YOUR LIFE.



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10 Gift Ideas for the Hunter in Your Life






It’s not just for the hunter! I use our Thermacell during the summer months when I’m outside in the early morning and late evening. It is unbelievable at how well this works! Turn it on and give it just a couple of minutes and the mosquitoes are running for their lives.

If your hunter already has the Thermacell then they probably need the cartridge refills.



LED bulbs are the way to go! LHOSTE makes an 8 light mode toggle light. And the best part it's hands free.







My husband loves a clip on lamp when he is wearing a cap.  Lhoste makes a 6 light mode lamp that is hands free and it's rechargeable. They clip right onto the brim and stays put.The LED light bulbs give enough light for those early morning or late evening walks in and out of the woods.






Lhoste is known for their outdoor products and they offer a no questions asked lifetime warranty.











Hunters need to keep hydrated and a perfect lightweight way is by using a hydration pack. Camelbak offers a variety of packs, but for the hunter who is not having to do a lot of walking the regular pack is perfect. For the hunter who will be walking or hiking long distances, the Camelbak Mule is a perfect match because of  extra storage option.




Buck knives have been around for 50 years and they are still made right here in America.  The Buck 110 is a perfect size knife for most jobs. The blade holds a good edge and it is easy to sharpen. The lock back is a safety lock to keep the knife from closing when being used. Safe for hands and fingers!



Since 1902 Buck Knives has offered a lifetime on their knives because they believe in the integrity of their products. Their knives are proudly made in the USA.





Everything you need for butchering in a hard case. The four knives doubles as cutting tools for camping and outdoor cooking.  The handles are a rubberised TPR for nonslip safety.



Outdoor Edge stands behind their product with a lifetime warranty. If you have any problems, contact them for help.





Every hunter needs a good quality boot. Whether they are hunting during warm weather or arctic cold temperatures, a hunter’s feet need to be protected as best as possible. Rocky, Irish Setter and LaCrosse are all name brand hunting boots to consider.












Your favorite hunter would love waking up to a Scentlok OZ Active Odor Destroyer Bag.  It is a little pricey, but there is no need to spend a lot of money on scent blocking clothes.  The hunter places gear in the bag and plugs it in for 30 minutes in their vehicle. The ozone unit kills the bacteria that causes odors. The bag boasts of heavy duty liner and zippers with adjustable straps.

If your on a budget check out this Scent Crusher Multi Use Scent Free Tote Bag. You'll need the Scent Wafers and the Ozone Generator.








A decoy is the perfect tool for bringing in the shy bucks. The Estrus Betty Doe Decoy is made from lightweight, durable polyester fabric. Folds flat to a compact size of 13” x 10” and pops up to full size in seconds.Increases the effectiveness of calls and scents.Realistic deer decoy pose attracts bucks during all phases of the rut.Portable, packable and pairs great with our other deer decoys.



Are binoculars on your hunter’s wish list? While binoculars are a more expensive purchase for a hunter, remember the more expensive brands carry better warranties. Check out Bushnell, Nikon, Vortex, and Leupold.













I don't know anyone who would not be happy with gift cards. If you cannot make up your mind on the perfect gift, or you have a hunter who has everything, give the gift of money. A perfect way for allowing them to buy what they secretly want or even need.

If you found these gift ideas helpful would you mind sharing it?

1 comment

  1. That looks like a great list! Too bad i don't have any hunters in my life.

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