So who else is enjoying the heat in the south East?
Sc here and thought I would share what a friend in dnr just told me regarding the south East
Due to the almost non existent winter, deer aren't dying out like normal and dnr is really freaking out internally (at least in sc)
most plants think it's already spring and are already flowering, meaning there will be a huge glut of food for many deer right now and noaa suggests the south East won't really get a winter at all this season meaning many animals will be severely over populated.
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So the other thread about metal detecting is garbage, so I'm making a better one. My friend owns a Bounty Hunter Time Ranger, and the other day we went out near a dry pond and an old cattle ranch.
Found a brooch with a psychedelic design on the front, a couple pennies and a quarter, part of a hydraulic ram cylinder, and a 1901-1914 era Winchester shotgun shell.
I actually searched without a metal detector, mostly for mushrooms and trash, and found a tin of air rifle pellets(still good) 4 pennies, a lapel pin with a lotus on it, and some Witches Butter fungus.
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>>656433 That's a nice cat I have thought about magnet fishing. Some questions about it I have. >Do you just tie a magnet to a rope/cord? >Do you stand on the shores/docks/piers? >Do you use a boat/kayak/canoo? >Do you need a magnet fishing license or magnet stamp? >Have you ever lost a magnet? >How big of a magnet do you use? Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>656592 OP here, I haven't actually tried magnet fishing yet, but I imagine the best places to start are fishing piers, boat launches and along bridges. You could also try along dams where fishing is popular, I'm sure you could pull up a couple spoon lures and tacklebox knives.
Today I searched a spot that may have been an old pump house or pharmacy, I'm really not sure. All that is left is some steel cables, scattered brick and a shitton on old medicine bottles, vials and test tubes all piled up in a... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Just start your own business. Get rich enough to buy a modest plot of land, turn the land into farmable acreage. Start a farm, get a wife with big birthing hips and big soft titties. Have a bunch of kids. Have land to go /out/. Have a hot wife. Win.
>>656388 >>>>that pack even close to nearly fitting all that shit >no shelter from rain >an axe AND a saw >knife AND poker thing next to the axe >>those non waterproof boots >literally how do you start a fire >PLASTICWARE
2/10 is the best i can give you, and thats because u made me reply
Is it a retarded idea to go out in wilderness (mostly a forest and lake area) for a few days? I'm currently stressed out by some stuff and want to go somewhere calm. I've been learning bushcraft for a few years on and off, so I think I will survive.
What do you want to remind me of? Are there any precautions? Also, how do I avoid getting robbed/assaulted while sleeping?
For all of us southernfags, dont you guys think spring is coming way too early?
I live in georgia, its not even half way through winter yet as of december, and the leaves are already coming back to the trees. The birds are fucking back. THE FUCKING BIRDS i know alot of you /pol/ shitposters dont believe in global warming but that aside isnt spring coming pretty fucking early?
It's no coincidence that the winters have gotten shorter approaching the election year. The NWO is using weather altering technology in order to get people to buy into global warming and shift the political spectrum further left.
Hi /out/, wanna share camping stories if you have any good ones?
Here's one from last night: >Me and boyfriend decide to go camping at Lake Louisa state park >go there and look around, its super lame >decide on going to Lake Eaton at the Ocala National Forest >get there at 6:00PM >quickly set up tent and try to get a fire going before sunset >sun sets twenty minutes after we... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Hello I tried posting this thread on /diy/ but perhaps this board is more appropriate.
I want to buy a book on vegetable/herb/fruit growing since its something I want to get into. Ideally it should be one huge tome full of everything I need but one introductory book + one advanced seems reasonable too.
I have tried googling some recommendations but have not found anything that I like, most books seem to be full of pictures but little useful information. Can anyone suggest anything?
Also nothing like that exists per se. Also, most books are pushing only 1 type of gardening technique. It is better to get your info from a great range of books or simply from online. It needs to be tailored to your vegetables, climate/environment, and scale.
Wanna buy a gun that's a good all around bush and hunting gun on a budget. I've been looking at the Remington 700 ADL in 30-06, though i've heard the action is kind of sloppy. Any suggestions? Also post your bush guns! Pic related
>>656210 What do you plan on hunting OP? 30-06 is pretty big for most game, unless you're around moose and brown bear, then it's useful.
It does kind of limit your options for smaller game, but the 30-06 is a tried and tested caliber that is very popular, easy to find ammo, and relatively affordable to shoot.
Personally I'm a fan of Savage rifles. They just shoot great. For a bush gun, you want it to be durable, so I'd get a stainless barrel model. Personally I like .308 since ammo is affordable,... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>656100 Can you fit your insulation below it? Is it durable enough (three layer laminate, top fabric strength)? Is it long enough to cover your ass if you so wish? Will you not miss the pockets or the hood?
>>656100 It'll work but most bike jackets have shitty pockets and are cut short in front (and tbqh, these days a lot are too short in back to be ideal for cycling). You might be better off cycling in a backpacking jacket, as long as it has decent vents and a double zipper.
The main benefit of my bike jacket over my hiking jacket is it rolls up smaller in my bag when I'm not wearing it.
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