>>891427 Yo kids with all the fancy technology and I use old comunist flask I bought in military goods. It costed me 1 € and has build in cain which prevents loosing of the cap. Now thats what I call improvment !
So you want something that functions exactly like a knife or an axe, but isn't a knife or an axe? I guess you could take a stick, duct tape a rock to the end of it and then duct tape some razor blades to that.
What's your go to day pack? What do you use to get your kill /out/? What hear goes on your bag. I use a pic related for day hikes with a knife and saw and lunch and sometimes only 1.5 liters or so of water depending on weather. It's capable of strapping a hind quarter using ropes as it doesnt have bottom compression straps to get me out of the place I'm in. Then can switch to the j34 with nothing in i but a liter of water a flask of whiskey and a knife to pack out the rest boned out or not.
Anybody have a reccomend on a replacement for my day pack? Pussy... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Does anyone know how to best propagate goatheads? I have found almost no information on the subject . Mountain bikers have take over some of my favorite trails in my area and this is the only defense I can come up with. I have already harvested a jar of seeds but now I am wondering if I wouldnt be better off taking cuttings. Any ideas?
I do a fair amount of fishing when /out/ and I'd like to find a nice backpacking sized/weigh grill I can use to cook them up. Anyone own a grill similar to pic related? Would love to get my hands in a quality one, titanium if possible.
>>891076 nigre just run to wal•mart or home depot and get yourself a $5-$10 replacement grill and you're good to go. they have all shapes and sizes and they're lighter'n bunny dicks so no need to spend $47 on a titanium ultrafaggot version
Except that I also do a lot of backpacking, so saving on weight is a huge plus. Make me mighty happy if I could hike in a frozen steak on day 1 and have it for dinner after smoking it on a hot bed of coals.
I am looking to buy a decent tent. I want to do lots of camping, hiking, and eventually some hiking. I'm up hurr in Canada and wondering if anyone has any complaints/experiences with nemo tents...specifically the dagger 2 I'm looking at. Anything to compare to?
I went fishing with my dad a few weeks ago. He let me borrow a lure that had some sort of criss-cross ribbing. It worked by smearing some powerbait onto the criss-cross part. I lost it and I want to buy him another for his birthday (a few weeks from now)
Anybody know what kind of lure it is? I've been to every store that sells fishing supplies in my city. I've looked online, and I have found nothing. Anyone know the type of lure I'm talking about?
>>890446 the walls are concrete below ground level. I was also thinking a drainage plug in the center for redundancy. Also was thinking of wrapping the outside layer in plastic groundsheet prior to construction
I really hope you guys can help me out here. >live in Vancouver,BC >want to go to Garibaldi Lake with friends >all amateurs who hike in the summer So it's already to rain hard af here, so undoubtedly there's going to be snow. Is there any tips you guys can give, either those who have been there before, or have hiked in semi-alpine areas in this time of year? We don't want to die.
>>890321 Rain is going to be your biggest difficulty.
Staying warm in dry weather isn't too hard - just pack some insulation and you're good. I have hiked/camped in -25C without real difficulty. The hardest thing sub-zero is keeping water available (melting snow/ice), and it's pretty hard to start fires with wood/tinder in those temps so having gas helps.
If it is wet wet AND cold, then you're going to have the problem that wet makes you colder, and nothing that gets wet will ever dry. Basically,... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
hiked it recently. not bad make sure you have a good insulation layer and your set. especially if you heat a water bottle up and toss it in the bag with ya. if you have xcountry skis you can cut off a lot of slogging through wet slurpee snow for almost 14 k going up to tusk or panarama. if yur just around the lake just stay dry and if its pouring its sometimes good to split a 3-4 man tent load amongst you and huddle for warmth. tiny fold up umbrellas and/or a single use (the trip counts as one) Poncho are super useful for keeping you/gear/friends gear dry
>>889012 Idk, they started moving a little bit more lately so I have been getting them on shit besides Texas rigs. I think the last time I was out on Sunday, the largemouth hit the Mepps and peacock grabbed that 1/8oz chatterbait. And the weekend before that I got a nice lil largemouth on an X-Rap. I think pic related was last week and can't remember if he took the chatterbait or what.
I don't car camp but I also don't thruhike camp. I hoofcamp. As such I'm able to lug fresh foods and a campfire grate with me and it makes for delicious roast beast. When I do long hikes I just bring some dry Knorr pasta and shit like that to cook up with my Stanley pot.
It depends. "Just" a mess kit also requires firewood, while a propane stove just needs propane and the stove. When I have room I do prefer a campfire, though. Can't beat the taste of hardwood smoke IMO.
Any outdoor store will sell a good-enough mess kit and an extra pot and pan.
OP you are in the nubile pre-gearfaggotry stage. It's an exciting time, but it can be confusing. Here's my personal breakdown of the way forward: 1. Become self-aware of desire to partake in a hobby. 2. Lightly involve yourself via forums, friends, etc. 3. Start breaking down the gear you need, separate needs from wants, immediate vs. "someday" purchases. 4. Begin buying gear, get all into it, but don't waste money. 5. You have the gear, the long-term interest and investment, you've been reading and understanding the hobby more and... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Hey /out/ I have a bit of money lying around and I decided to buy a 100acers of land with my friends to plant a forest. This idea was inspired by the ""before the flood"" documentary.
Where is the cheapest place to plant the forest without any gov interference? We are just planting the forest for our enjoyment, we will not be logging. We figured we could pay the taxes by renting the place to campers for a few months.
So which country is best to do this? Africa? Kambodia? I live in India, is this a good place to do this? Or this this idea too... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I have the exact same one. Xxl, same colour and all that shit. It's honestly the warmest coziest thing i've ever slept in. You'll be good for -15°C. A couple problems. It's massive. When they deliver it to you, you look at the size and go "is this a joke?" then you go out and buy an xl size compression sack cuz that's the only size that'll fit the bag (trust me you'll need one for this bad boy). It's still massive. You have to strap it to the top or bottom of your pack. Also it weighs like 8-10lbs. Again, i fucking love this... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
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