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WHERE THE FUCK DO I FIND A CLIMBING PARTNER I NEED SOMEBODY TO BELAY ME NOW!!!!!

REEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE
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>>909873
Probably not on the second slowest board on 4chan.

Could work though. I found two fishin buddies here and have yet to abduct and rape any of them. But one is too old and the other is a girl so not really my cup of tea.
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>>909873
Go the fuck back to /r9k/
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>>909873
I got ur spot bro, but you gotta come to me in North Carolina

I'm going to South Africa. It will be the summer season over there (southern hemisphere).
I'm going on safari and am wondering what type of clothes I should wear.
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>>909819
Khakis and veldskoen.
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>>909819
Go to REI and ask for their warmest coat.

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hi /out/. Im new to this board so dont kill me if this gets asked often.
As far as I understand its not legal to just go camping into the woods, make a fire and live there for a couple of days. You have to have a permission from the land owner, right?
But still, are there any places (ideally in Europe) where you could get away with such thing easily? or places where nobody really gives a fuck?
Or maybe there are forests wild and large enough that there is actually little to no chance of being found?
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Yes, America.
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>>909545
I know in the states we can do this on most national forests and BLM land. We call it dispersed camping.

Not sure about Europe though. Maybe try looking up camping on crown land, or "freedom to roam". I think I might have read something about that.

You should really contact whoever manages the land in your area though and bounce these questions off of them.
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>>909606
I also should add that a lot of places may restrict your fire, and wood usage. So make sure you can get a list of dos and don't in case you end up on the wrong side of the law.

You could also try stealth camping illegally.

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Anyone in /out/ work in natural resource management or forestry? I'm trying to get out of the medical field as a lab slave. I have GIS experience and statistics experience in addition to a Biology background. I'm picking up various books to get me started, but for anyone that works in these areas, what are the most important things I should learn? Are there any decent free resources online?
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>>909382
Wildland firefighter. They love people with medical experience

GL anon
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>>909817
Taking a forest fire control class at my university. How hard is it to get hired as a wildland firefighter in CA?
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>>909847
It is pretty competitive, start calling random crews now, it might take a year or two before you even get anything but definitely worth it

https://www.reddit.com/r/forestry/comments/44ya8i/how_to_get_a_job_as_a_wildland_firefighter/

That thread has some pretty good info. But yeah look into the BLM, NPS, local crews, etc. Go all over. You need to talk to people before you'll get a job though, if they never heard of you they probably won't hire you.

Hi
I fell of a bike in forest and got badly bruised, lower backside of the ribcage. Went to the doctor, nothing is broken, but it hurts like hell. It hurts when there is a slightest tension on the muscle, when I touch it and when I sneeze or cough.

What are your experiences with injuries? How long do you take to recover? How can one make the recovering process easier?
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Oh man OP, I'm sorry to hear that. Glad you saw the doc at least so you know your insides are ok. Hope you're feeling better soon!

As for me, I was playing in the woods with my brother when I was like 8 and her swung a branch at my face and it popped my eye out of the socket. I screamed in pain and he screamd in horror and I pushed it back in. My eye was scabby for days but I never even saw a doctor, my parents couldn't decide if they believed us or not.

Also noteworthy - when I was 12 or...
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Thankfully I've never been too badly injured, but when I was around 16 I was once descending a section of trail in the hills around the place I grew up in. I was a few hours out, alone and it was starting to get dark. I had stayed out too long but figured I could get home in time. It had been raining a lot recently, and a stone I stepped on slipped out from under me and I fell and twisted my ankle extremely badly underneath my full body weight. Within half an hour it was badly bruised. The sun went down and a thunderstorm came in. I didn't have a raincoat or a torch...
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>>909378
that shit sux. fallen off my bike many of times too. I've broken my ribs twice, and didn't go to the Dr. the second time because there's not much they can do (basically "here's some ibuprofen, don't re-injure yourself, avoid strenuous activities the next few weeks"). It's possible they didn't get a good x-ray or just didn't see a break despite there being one. Just take it easy and heal up quick anon.

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#108-"Cold Front" Edition

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>>907192

Lots of gifts should be coming this weekend so you fags better get out fishin.

Still waiting for help with the beginner guides on the Pastebin. I put a little saltwater one in there, but I want to do a river one possibly and trout. Skid typed up a saltwater guide so enjoy the autism.

Thinking about picking up a new hobby? Want to get a memecaster? Haven't mastered the Palomar knot? Click here!
http://www.pastebin.com/u/fishingandtackle
https://imgur.com/a/1Xw3N

Talk...
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anyone think bass pro is gonna do any more steep sales before Christmas? Or is Free Shipping going to be the best I can get?

I'm hoping to order some baits and get them delivered before Christmas actually arrives
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>>908929
I'm more interested in what's going to happen sale wise when the gut cabelas. Hoping for some dank gun and fishing deals.
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>>908932
Why would they gut cabelas? It would make more sense to me to just keep both stores open since some people prefer one to the other.

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Hypothetical situation /out/: I'm going to be homeless in a city in the Southern United States. What are the best socks, shoes, pants, shirt, jacket, backpack to survive these conditions any given day/time? Aside from food what else would I need? Price of items listed should be of quality and value. Thank You.
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merrell moab ventilator
high quality about a hundred bucks
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>>908596
duly noted. I will look these up thank you (^_^)
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>>908588
checked
you might want some identification so you can get work...

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Does /out/ watch this? It's kinda interesting but why the fuck is it nogunz?
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i watch it its decent for most of it being phoned in oh no i didn't get food today better eat my foot
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>>908556
>Does /out/ watch this?
No. Watching TV is for faggots
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We had threads every season it was on. They don't use guns because the last seasons were shot in Canada plus it may be a liability insurance issue.

Any bikers here?
I'm planning to cross the Alps next summer, then heading towards tuscany. One thing I'm not sure about yet is: How are the italians behaving against bikers? Similar aggressive as towards other car-drivers? Then: Would it be better to cross the tuscany on a MTB offroading, maybe camping, if it is possible in Italy) or is roadbiking better? Best time to visit the area?
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>>908541
first question Italians are dicks usually no matter what so expect that. second question idk
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>>908542
are they worse than the french?
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>>908547
I'm french, i don't like italians, they're obnoxious, flashy,vulgar and loud. We're way more respectful and nice than them. Tuscany is GOAT though, great food, great landscapes, great history, great art, great culture, great architecture, nice women.

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I'm looking for some tips in general and on gear for a first time backpacking trip.
I have no gear whatsoever now. I'm planning on going to the pyrenees in april and south canada in summer.

This is what I've been looking at so far, I try to make it as cheap and light as possible, while making sure the gear is durable enough to survive the trip:

Karrimor Xilite Self inflating mat (+- 600 gr, 20 euros)
Karrimor Superlight 1 sleeping bag( +- 850 gr, emp range: 12"C to -8"C , 20 euros)
Karimor Bobcat 2 tent (+-2 kg, 54 euros)
Gelert...
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I also have something like this in mind:
http://www.ebay.com/itm/Portable-Wood-Stove-Solidified-Alcohol-Stove-Outdoor-Cooking-Picnic-Camping-VS-/161783011521?hash=item25ab04d8c1:g:qoAAAOSwPcVVvw~v#rwid

Ive seen great reviews on a similar construction which was about 50 euros.
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>>908445
That sleepingbag is gonna be way too cold for the pyrenees in april.
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>>908458
What should the comfort temp be like then? Cause I thought it should be around 5-10.

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Who here has stayed in a mountain hut?

Can I leave my big pack in one safely while going to climb to a summit with just a day pack?
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>>908431
not now that yurop is flooded with rapefugees.
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>>908443
Something tells me they don't hang out in remote mountain huts in Andorra.
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I'd say it's perfectly safe, but leave a note explaining that you're returning for it. Sometimes people leave gear free for the taking at huts, and someone might be stupid enough to think your stuff is up for grabs.
You going to Andorra? Awesome, where exactly? All the huts I saw there were beautiful on the outside, shitholes on the inside.

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Was just stopping here on some advice on how to break into archery/bow hunting. I've been interested in this for a long time and finally have the time to do it. Any advice on where I should start?
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>>908404
yeah
>>>/k/
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Buy a bow, and prcatice with it at least one year before hunting.
Also, a good tip is going to the gym, bench press and military press will help you being accurate
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Practice a lot before taking it /out/ because you'll hit jack shit otherwise.

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Hey /out/,

I wanted to pick up traditional archery as a hobby and hopefully move on to bowhunting once I get good.
I've tried out a 45 lbs. recurve bow a couple of times and have been able to shoot with it but it feels a little bit too heavy for me still right now...
So I found a cheap PSE snake bow online but it maxes out at around 22 lbs.

So my question is, if I start practicing with a 22 lb rated bow will the muscles used in archery still develop?
22 lbs seems very light like I won't see any muscle development or strength build from using...
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OP here,

This is the bow I am referring to:

http://www.basspro.com/PSE-Archery-Snake-Recurve-Bow/product/14102811283511/

Will this draw weight help me develop muscle strength to eventually pull 45 lbs comfortably?

If anyone has experience with this it would be greatly appreciated.
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>>908053
>>>/k/
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>>908061
For a basic beginner bow, it should be pretty good. Anywhere in the 20-30 lbs range is pretty good for a beginner bow, and it will build up that muscle, especially if you practice often. I'd also recommend getting some surgical tubing and tying a knot into it, use it to practice your form. Practice it when you're waiting for something.
>source: I used to be a basic archery instructor with my grandmother

Speaking of, have you got someone to teach you?

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Idk if this is the right board to post this on but, can anyone ID these berries I found?
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Looks like black chokeberries
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>>908023
Are they usually 5mm wide?
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>>908019
Are the leaves under your hand part of the same plant as the berries?

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Going to pick up 6 dehydrated ones for when I go camping in a few weeks. Gonna be camping for three days, and while I plan on cooking some meat and vegetables out there, I'll need the extra calories.

What's the best tasting brands and individual meals?
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>>907961
Bump?
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I liked mountain house beef stroganoff, lasagna, and the breakfast skillet (though that one is a bit of a mushy messs, still tasted good). I tried mountain house chili mac as well but the beans didn't rehydrate very well. I haven't tried the other brands.
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>>907961
Heather's Choice.

Not cheap but easily the best I have eaten.

Among the lower priced ones: Pack It Gourmet

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I'm trying to improve my botanical knowledge, and have been taking pictures of plants in my area in the hopes of identifying them. A few I recognize, but if you find outsole have any info or advice it would be excellent.
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>>907838
That's a plant alright.
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You need some background understanding of botany terms and a good field guide, possibly a small field microscope, and a ruler to really identify plants. Its the same way you identify insects in the field.
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Phone screencap of an example

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Does anyone here work for the NPS or want to in the future? It's my dream job and I'd love to hear from some rangers.
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I've worked for them at two different parks and have also worked for the forest service, ask away.

Also, inb4 the butthurt anti-government poster.
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>>907826
How's the pay/difficulty?
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>>907826
Any interesting stories you'd like to share?

What states did you work in?

Do you prefer working for NPS or Forestry Service? My ex works with the Forestry Service.

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Hey /out/

I'm not sure if this is relevant to the board but I've browsed here a long time (mostly lurking for tips / guides) and I finally have something to post in return.

Last year I bought pic related, a church building on an island in hebrides (aka West Scotland) and in late January 2017 I'll be moving there to live full-time. I've spent time and money renovating it and preparing it in the hope of becoming at least somewhat self-sufficient eventually.

So far I have:

>installed solar panels

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>>907796
Nice. How you gonna generate money for the stuff you're not (yet) self-sufficient in?
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>>907801
I have lived a monk-like lifestyle since graduating and working full-time at 21. The property was cheap since it's not designed for living in and has no heating / running water etc, so I had enough money left over to buy solar panels and so on. My uncle has a ton of tools since he's a carpenter and he travelled up there with me on two occasions since he thought it was a fun thing to do.

tldr: savings

As for making money, I have zero interest in doing that for at least a year. Maybe I'll...
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>>907809
Living the dream man, good luck!

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Hey out any places to hunt deer in texas
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>>907540
yeah
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>>907540
Pretty vague question.

1. Look for a lease.
2. Look at the TPWD page and read about public lands.
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>>907540
The entire fucking state. We have 4 million+ native deer and about 150k wild exotics roaming around.

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hello,
me and a friend with an help from an /out/sider decided to wander into the woods for a day. everything is set except for food. we are thinking about buying bunch of gas station sandwiches and bringing drinks. what other sorts of food would there be to add to the experience.
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How about regular food you fucking autist. Gas station sandwiches are you serious?
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>gas station sandwiches

take a bible so you can beg for forgiveness for when those things rip through your ass

in all seriousness a fuck ton of water, more than you think. Rice cakes, energy bar, nuts are good
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>>907338
Just get Cliff bars,Trail Mix, or dry food like rice and beans. I mean, don't get me wrong, I've had some great gas station food here and there but there's not point to intentionally giving yourself diarrhea while camping.

>>907352
Also yes, bring a lot of water. Don't bring Gatorade or sugary drinks.

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explanation in video description...

Long story short: seems they were on a hunting trip with said dog(s) when it got in a scuffle with a kangaroo, who didn't want to let go, guy slugs kangaroo
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oh, and the guy is apparently a zookeeper...kek
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>not pepper spraying an off-leash roo

Fucking Aussies.
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I would have used my knoife 2bh and stabbed the cunt.

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#107-"Too Early" Edition

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>>905687

Looks like lots of people participating in the Secret Santa already sent some gifts so hopefully we will see those by the end of the week. Dank memes via post.

Still waiting for help with the beginner guides on the Pastebin. I put a little saltwater one in there, but I want to do a river one possibly and trout. Skid typed up a saltwater guide so enjoy the autism.

Thinking about picking up a new hobby? Want to get a memecaster?...
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>>907088
Instead of buying a new rod get some different lures. Buy some x rap long casts, they're better for surf rods since you can actually load them up.

http://www.rapala.com/rapala/lures/x-rap-saltwater-series/x-rapandreg-long-cast/X+Rap+Long+Cast.html
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well $140 well spent on lures.

Tries soft plastics for the first time. Pretty nice. Definitely a lot more technique going into it than I'm used to.

But apparently the best cod catcher in my area swears by them. So gonna give em a good going this weekend.

Also, found a good option for flicking big lures. $160 Willsons Magnum. Much cheaper than the Venom and the local tackleshop owner reckons they'e grouse.
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Crayfish heads for the dogs.

We ate the tails already. Didn't get a pick.

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In /ckg/ we discuss our latest cheap knives that seem best bang for buck at the moment - since the last /ckg/ thread lasted so well.

After getting the Ganzo G753 axis lock (which serves me well, except it gets dull a bit often) I decided to get this trapper lockback 440A trapper lockback from Rough Rider.

Any opinions on lockback knives, or trapper knives, or RR knives? It seemed a steal at $14.
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holmes, there's already a thread for knives, and most of the time people are talking about cheap ones anyway
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>>907175
So whats your opinion on the thread subject?
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>>907188
generally a hard pass

How do you guys keep your beer from freezing in the wintertime? I'm going car camping with a buddy, and I'm at a loss as to what to do.

In the summer, I'd pack a cooler to keep it at the optimal temperature. Do they sell heated coolers? Do I heat my beer up on the fire before consumption? What the fuck do I do, /out/?
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>>907096
Build a pit of rocks and keep it in a stream or lake
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>>907103
Does that work to keep it liquid when it's below freezing? I've heard of doing that in the summer to keep it cool, but I guess it might work in the winter if the water hasn't frozen.
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>>907104
I've never done it, but logic would seem to indicate that since the beer isn't moving in the bottle, it would freeze if the surrounding water is below 0 C

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Ok so im pretty new to this board and would like some advice. I would like to start bowfishing and would like to know a decent set up, opinions are always welcome. I would also like a set up that wont break the bank but i work for an outdoor retailer so i get a decent discount (probablyvwont be working there past this month so i want to get everything hunt and fishing related before i quit)

General bowfishing tips would be welcomed as well since i am fucking just as new to bows as can be
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>>907068
Im currently looking at this set up but i dont know if it is worth the 350 price tag or if it is a total ripoff. It has a 40 pould weight
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>>907068
Where are you located OP? Because in Florida, I bow fish armored catfish in neighborhood canals with sharpened dowels and a shitty bow I got out of a garage sale.
Yeah, it's probably not what you're looking for but its still fun to do on weekends for <20$
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>>907068
You could probably get a regular bow and just get specialized arrows. I'm getting the samik sage recurve for Christmas. I'm hoping to hunt big game.

Random:
Hello, most of my family has been in farming for years. I live in Canada at the moment where my parents have dairy farmed however most of my relatives in the Netherlands run flower farms and I would also like to get involved.

Presently I'm studying software engineering, but I'm switching to a more agricultural university so I can hopefully get a dual degree in Software Engineering and Horticulture or something along those lines.

How do I get into flower farming? Where do I start? What kinds of classes should I take?

I want to start...
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>>907054
Organic no till related information is invaluable. Look up hugelkultur. Permies is a good forum with info you are looking for under the growies tab.
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I went farming tomatoes and other vegetables with my grandparents. Didn't go as planned tho and now i'm on my own.
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>>907054
If your relatives already run flower farms, why not ask them?

If you want a distributor, just Google to buy large quantity of flowers and contact the wholesaler about selling your stuff.

If you want to know about farming you don't need to go to uni, just get a book on the sub. Or better yet, get someone off of craiglist to teach you.

Just buy seeds and plant them, go to any wholesaler and sell your stuff.

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Need a nice warm jacket, I would like something that will keep me warm while sitting around in sub zero temps if possible. Don't even know if such a jacket exists. Thanks.
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Layer up motherfucker. Generally what you're looking for is part of a suit that costs 1000+ USD
Two puffy's a flannel and a shell plus a warm base layer might work and run for 500-700$ total depending on what brands and features you look for
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>>906739
Not the answer I was hoping for.

But the answer I was expecting. Thanks man.
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>>906741
id prefer layers over a big thick jacket

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What US-made outdoors gear is worth buying?

Context: I'm a Eurofag due to visit the States (finally) in Spring next year.

I doubt I will be doing a huge amount of /out/ing there (as the trip is looking like more of a roadtrip), but I do want to buy some quality American made gear.

Why?

Because you hardly find US made anything in the EU, and it's always like 50% more expensive than in the States.

And there is something about outdoor gear made in the US that gives me a semi.

So - any advice?

What is still made in the US...
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Llbean
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>>906551
Darn Tough socks.
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>>906553
Isn't that a webzone that sells various items, both non-US and US made?

>>906569
Now this looks great, I'll have to pickup a pair or two.

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Looking at picking up a canvas wall tent, prospector tent, whatever you want to call them for this winter (pic related). Anywhere to find one cheap but reliable? I was hoping to find one to fit 3 people and a stove. Not looking to spend $1000+. Any experience with them?
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>>906488
Frost river has great tents
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Make one from a cheap blue tarp if you're a cheap fag, fag.
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>>906488
https://www.davistent.com

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Hey there /out/ !
I come to you with a project I considered and posted about once a few years ago.

I want to make a food which has a few properties:
1) It is a complete food (i.e. contains all essential vitamins and minerals that can only be gotten from your diet)

2) It is low cost

3) It has a very long shelf life

4) It doesn't cost anything to prepare

5) It is as low in weight as possible so that it is easy to carry - perhaps dehydrated food with minimal fibre

Why?
I want to make a food which can be easily used and easily...
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>>906467
too pricy, too much chance of dihorrea
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>>906470
https://diy.soylent.com/recipes/keto-chow-150-master-rich-chocolate or similar is your best bet. Unfortunately, your criteria are mutually exclusive: you can't have nutritionally complete AND shelf stable AND inexpensive; pick two. It


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