Depends on the type of fishing I guess. When we overnight at AI, always an Italian sub from the WaWa in Cambridge. Canned ready to eat soups, heated on small coleman type grill. Chips, nuts, sunflower seeds, chees or peanut butter crackers and tuna fish for sandwiches after the Wawa sub is gone.
Beverages include fruit drinks like orange juice or banana strawberry, lots of water, a few Cokes and Sprite and of course some light beer.
Ooops, forgot the instant coffee for that morning kickstart, and if cold out some hot chocolate or tea.
Having a grill is great but not sure many people do that during the fall. Hot sauages and bbq chicken warms you up and fills you up just right. Add in a few monster fish and that's a trip worth taking.
A portable propane stove, frying pan and some oil to fry them fresh catches.... cup o'noodles (cheap and delicious during the late hours), hotdog for the noodles... .. i always bring thermos... keep my drink hot...
My very favorite fishin' food is the Italian cold cut subs that Trigger brings. Had two of them this past Saturday, thanks man. Next to the subs I like cold Royal Farm fried chicken and a couple of tins of smoked oysters on Ritz crackers. To drink I like a Thermos of hot coffee, bottled water, and ice tea and maybe a Coke. I don't drink and beer while fishing but there's always a six pack or two of Bud iced in a cooler in my Expedition for afterwards.
I like subs from WaWa or a Giant Italian(hoege spelled wrong but thats what people in joisey call it)sub.Philly Cheestakes from Cetrones would be better they're made with Provolone cheese not cheese wiz crap like others.
Orest...There's a couple of things in life that we don't do. We don't "Step on Superman's Cape", we don't "Spit Into The Wind", and we don't take BANANAS fishing. Bananas are bad luck on a fishing trip, leave them home and substitute grapes which are good luck. Just some old wive's tales but we need everything on our side while we're out there.
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