If you're really doing it right, you'll stop for a shore lunch, cook some food and spread your legs a little.2) PB&J The PB&J is the most underrated sandwich ever. It has all of the necessary ingredients, protein from the peanut butter, grains from the bread and a boatload of sugar from the jelly. Instant energy, longer form energy and long term energy. It's the perfect meal, really. Just make sure to bring a few per person, these go fast every time. Ingredients –Peanut Butter (crunchy all the way, amiright?) –Jelly –Two Slices Of Bread Recipe: Make a PB&J. Ingredients: –Fruit (I like the classic strawberry, blackberry, banana combo) –Protein Powder (for the guns) –Ice –Whatever else you want to blend Recipe: Put everything in a blender and hit blend. Done. Here Are Ten Snacks You Can't Fish Without –Nuts (I like 'em honey roasted) –Trail Mix (extra M&Ms) –Beef Jerky –Snickers (or other candy) –Protein Bar –Chips –Pretzels –Fruit (dried or fresh) –Veggies (...I guess) –Meat & Cheese Slices Want to make sure you're just as well stocked with flies and gear as you are snacks? Sign up for Postfly now and get flies sent to your door every month.
Food; it's the essential ingredient to any good day on the water. Without food (and plenty of water) you're going to be seriously dragging instead of catching. In fact, the only reason some my friends will ever come out fishing with me is because I make a mean breakfast burrito, which you can learn how to make yourself below. The next time you're getting your gear ready for a day of fishing, make sure to pack yourself a cooler full of food and drinks so you can stay out there longer and catch more fish. Especially when the weather is cold, food will help you keep your spirits up and will even make you warmer. Ingredients –Bacon –Flour Tortilla –Eggs –Cheddar Cheese –Potatoes (optional) –Siricha (totally not optional) Recipe: The night before you go fishing, cook up the bacon. It helps to make extra for snacking while cooking and assembling the breakfast burrito. Pour off the excess fat and cook the potatoes and eggs in the same pan. Place two tortillas onto the counter and overlap them to create one long tortilla wrap. Place the eggs, lots of bacon, the potatoes if you dare on the tortilla. Sprinkle a little cheddar cheese over the top and liberally apply hot sauce until your heart's content. Wrap the tortillas in wax paper and store in the fridge overnight. In the morning, microwave the burritos and wrap in foil to keep warm until you're in the boat. Enjoy.