>>671034 was an accedentall catch the party boat i was on tends to have blues follow them and occationally the porbeagle, one o my fishing buddies sons ( fishing buddy is 82) has the state record thresher shark at 650 lbs id ove to go out with them some time for big sharks but dont rerally have time
>>670935 OP this is cool shit, but let's not be silly this doesn't look like Bumblefuck. That pathway/general area looks tread-upon as fuck. I'm guessing this is like 5mins from the road. Where is this? I wanna hike out there with you. We can eat mushies and pretend to swim around in the pool and then maybe just see what happens :3
>>670709 >Mystery Tackle Box I saw that in the last thread and I'm thinking I'm going to do both (MTB & Lucky tackle), 1 for Salt and 1 for fresh I looked at a few of the past boxes on LT and they looked pretty good. I didn't look at MTB yet because you have to put an email addy in to see theirs and I'm not sure yet which person I feel like being for fishing stuff/spam
I thought about getting a pack but they seem awful expensive for something that I won't really need because I'm setting up a forward base. So I'll just get one of those camo duffel bags from gander mtn. But maybe i'll get a cheap alice pack or something. what are good packs in that price range?
>>670501 >I don't waste all my money on rent Do yourself a favor and find some friends or family to move in with. You won't be able to find a job when you smell like shit and are developing trench foot. You have enough money to rent a place for a few months anyway, what the fuck? >hot tent No such thing, you need a good sleeping bag. >last a decade lol not if you expect to make it your home for that long
Most... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I went to /fa/. someone there told me to come here b/c of reasons.
just got hired by UPS (under paid slaves).
going to start out as a pt package handler/sorter. basically, move ~2000 boxes that weigh usually 20-40 lbs (max 70) into or out of trailers for 3-5 hours. I need boots that can take the stress. I've never bought boots.
It needs to be/have: 1 black/dark brown (company policy) 2 hard toe cover (in case a box drops) 3 ankle coverage
I read the /fa/ sticky. There weren't a lot of options, and some of the suggestions on there... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>670449 i really like my doc martins. get em with steel toe or take em to your neares tailor/key maker (where i lived it was a tailor/shoeguy/keyguy) and have em put in steel to insert or get the ones that are super hard plastic but look ugly af.
Bored EMT here, and an outdoorsman. Post your first kit/contents and I rate/give suggestions for it.
Don't have a first aid kit? Name me a price, the kind of camping you do, around how much weight you can carry around and I'll find you something good for it!
General tips: 1. Don't buy shit you don't know how to use. (scalpels, IV sets, airways in most cases) 2. Have something for both major and minor trauma. 3. Have a tourniquet. 4. Have shears 5. Have a shitload of gauze.
What do you guys think about buying surplus army rations to take as camping food?
I'm going on a 10 day hike, and I'll need all my own food from the start. I've toyed with bags of oats, rice, and looked at camping food by companies like Mountain House, but it all seems either very expensive for little calories or very heavy and bulky.
So i looked up how they do it in the military, and discovered that you can quite easily buy military rations online. You can get an entire days calories for a reasonable price and a small enough size. Such as these.
The... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
So I've never gone out, but want to. It seems to me, and I may be wrong, but it seems that it would be best to take raw high energy density stuff that you can make into other things. Stuff like high protein flour, powdered milk, anything dehydrated and with a good packing density. Am I missing something?
>>669906 >The only reason im asking is because ive never seen or heard of anyone using this method before so it makes me skeptical.
Because it will be heavy as fuck son. Thats the appeal of freeze dried meals suck as Mountain House. They weigh very little. When I do a long distance hike I try to keep pack weight as low as I comfortably can. It makes for a much more enjoyable hike
All trademarks and copyrights on this page are owned by their respective parties. Images uploaded are the responsibility of the Poster. Comments are owned by the Poster.
This is a 4chan archive - all of the content originated from them. If you need IP information for a Poster - you need to contact them. This website shows only archived content.
If a post contains personal/copyrighted/illegal content you can contact me at email@example.com with that post and thread number and it will be removed as soon as possible.