Post your favorite animal, why and >greentexts Maned wolf >shy as fuck >lonely as fuck >cute >omnivorous >eats giant savannah apples to keep giant kidney worms at bay >spread native plants seeds >not a wolf, not a fox, not a doge he has his own clade >loves the dry plains >taller than... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I am planning on a few trips, for a number of nights out at a time (for skiing). Last year, I did OK with just a bag - but ultimately I found myself turning on the car when it's far below freezing. On top of that, my gear has no chances of drying out. It would be wonderful for a warm rig.
I REALLY want something electric - preferably battery powered. I thought of getting a large car battery - and an extremely small ceramic heater. Alas, thoughts seem futile.
There are these Coleman tent heaters at a fair price, though the thoughts of CO2 build up - or... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
This is the barest thing I take when I go in the woods. It's a Maxpedition small bag. I have a Leatherman on one side with a sure fire light on the other. Inside the bag is a Fenix headlamp, a SOL emergency blanket and also is a small plastic bag inside with lighter, flint and steel, dryer lint, and Purel. The bag is pretty small and easy to carry.
Get a waffle long sleeve/thermal long sleeve shirt, a 3-5mm neoprene wetsuit jacket, and what ever hoodie you own on top for a hood and pockets. I use this layer system and was outside replacing a heater core for about 8 hours at a time at around -10F with high humidity.
This jacket right here is the shit, family. >take out liner, can wear comfortably up to 70f/21c >with liner i've worn it comfortably down to -6f/-21c with nothing but an undershirt underneath, im sure i could go lower
if you add another small later of insulation under that i imagine you could wear it to -30c or even lower quite comfortably.
>>672412 Try Helly Hansens line Helly Tech instead of meme fjallraven, cheaper and better. But also, if you want something truly good for that kind of weather you have to pay, no way around it. You can only evade paying too much.
So a compass can only be right 1/360th of the time, right? A human fits into a total of ten of the compass 'weights' or 'compass divisions.' That means a compass is really only right 1/10th of the time, since we can only go ten directions on the x-axis (boys imagine if we could camp on the z axis)
Anyway at home you look north, but Since its relative, whatever you think is north and you measure a reading on your compasses. Once you have it, your initial North,... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>672450 >since we can only go ten directions on the x-axis How do you figure? >north is relative No it's not Also a compass reads magnetic north which can change due to the earths magnetism. That's why you have to adjust your readings depending on where you are in the world, sometimes as much as 30 degrees. Also >what is boxing a compass
Its getting to be not terrible outside in some parts (I love winter hiking/snowshoeing/camping, but I get the impression that many people don't) So, lets see where our fellow scouts are and make some new friends. make sure to post the area you are willing to go do stuff with other anons in >example >pretty much anywhere in eastern WA, as far west as the eastern side of the cascades
Historically people ate the fish they caught and since Mudfish (Bowfin) have jelly meat they are not as appealing at the table. But today pretty much everyone always catches and releases fish in freshwater. But yet so many people disregard this fish as a trash fish.
It's like their grandpa told them Bowfin are trash fish and instead of thinking with a mind of their own and developing their own opinion of the fish as a rough fighting fish that puts up amazing adrenaline rushing fight they just stick with the old fashion view that Bowfin are trash fish. Even worse things like bowfishing which can be great to get rid of nonnative species is horrible when people target native fish like Bowfin and Gar. If you want to bowfish go after something that deserves it like a nonnative Snakehead or invasive cichlids.
This old fashion view that Bowfin are trashfish really needs to die. They put up the best fight and they can be caught using cut bream during the evenings.
TLDR - Why are Bowfin not accepted as a General Sportfish?
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