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Unread 06-03-2008, 10:35 AM   #1
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Default Competition Checklist

I see a lot of threads from new competitors of late, so I thought I'd throw my competition checklist up here in case anybody needs one.

You'll notice the "H" and "L" columns. These allow the checklist to function as a shopping/rounding-up list and as a loading list. The "H" means you have the item in-hand, and the "L" means you have loaded it. I typically use the notes to indicate where I plan to get the item and what quantity/type.

I refine it each time I use it.

Checklist: http://spreadsheets.google.com/ccc?k...1eSkhPCA&hl=en

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Unread 06-03-2008, 01:09 PM   #2
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That one is much more thorough than the one I have been looking at. Thank you.
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I'm glad to help. I used the Smokin' Guns checklist as a starting point and tweaked it to meet my needs.

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I'm glad to help. I used the Smokin' Guns checklist as a starting point and tweaked it to meet my needs.

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I did the same thing. Here's mine if it helps anyone...
Updated Checklist.doc
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Unread 06-03-2008, 01:53 PM   #5
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That was a great idea. Thank you
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Unread 06-03-2008, 03:35 PM   #6
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Thanks Kirk. I am looking at doing my first competition in July (July in South Texas, should be comfortable sitting next to a smoker in 100 degree weather) and I am looking for all of the info I can find.

The good news is that there can be nothing in the turn in boxes except meat, so I don't have to figure out how to make the lettuce/parsley look good.
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Excellent, thank you.
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... should be comfortable sitting next to a smoker in 100 degree weather...
I think the best use for the list might be to fan yourself with it.
Or you could get something like this: Misting Fan
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Thanks guys, I see stuff that I've been missing on mine... Looks like tonight I go through all three and try to come up with a 'Master List'

Again, Thanks
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Polocks had a great list - I used that one last year when I started... Try doing a couple of searches, and the first Sticky in the Comp forum... There's lots of entries here about packing lists.
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One thing to add that you may not need until you need it for something is an old-fashioned hand-twister, manual can opener.
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Thanks for these lists. I am doing my first comp this year and I figure the more lists I have to compile into one the less likely I am to miss something. I am actually working on an Access DB if anyone would be interested.
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nice list. Thanks for sharing.
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Very cool, thanks
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I tried to find the Polocks but could not. I used the one on this post and it was a nice thing to have- a big help
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