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    I like the Ursack Minor to keep the varmints out of my food bag, hung (if bears) or not hung (if not bears); no issues after quite a few trail miles over quite a few years.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mouser999 View Post
    There are lightweight stainless steel mesh bags that will keep the critters out, I use one and never a problem yet with the mice
    ive used a ratsack which has a good volume/weight ratio.

    My wife and I each own one. But we’ve quit carrying them.

    Had good luck with good hangs.


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    It is called a rat sack. They are recommended in the Grand Canyon. I have used one. It isn't quite as big as a conventional food bag. I don't think they are worth the extra weight, but here is a link to one if you prefer: https://www.rei.com/product/846495/a...od-storage-bag and https://www.simpleoutdoorstore.com/outsakul_paypal.html
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