Cooking oil, rum, and a couple hundred wiggly worm jigs in white and black in about a 1/0 size. LOL. Not kidding so much. Head tail for B.C. Live on oysters and rock fish out of Winter Cove on Saturna Island. Watch for bears.
Glad to hear you didn't fall off the mast yestereday, LOL.
I have my list somewhere, I'll dig it up. The one thing you can never have too much of and historically the first thing to run out in a shortage is cooking oil.
One thing I often did do and maybe you remember is the whole "salt junk" deal. I'd go to costco or wherever and buy the big 10 lb slabs of bacon, and pack it in a foodgrade container buried in salt or a salt/sugar mix(50-50). It lasts for ever if kept in the cool of the bilge. A year at least. Makes bean soup a lot more interesting and again you get flavorful cooking oil to cook ling cod in to boot.