Hello /out/, I'm sorry that this is going to be a very newbie question that you are probably tired of answering over and over, but I'm not sure where else to go to ask. I have never actually been /out/ (except at sea) before, and would like to try doing something as I will have a chunk of free time in the coming weeks. However having never been out I really don't know where to start, I tried the sticky, but the links under camping were fairly vague and seemed to mostly apply to the UK for instance they said wild camping was illegal, but I don't think... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
$5 to $40 for a tent at Walmart or yard sale $20 sleeping bag at Walmart, or bring blankets Sawyer mini filter $20 unless you are camping near your car Whatever backpack you already have
For less than $100 you have everything you need to go sit in the woods.
A proper setup to hike 7 days on the Appalachian trail or PCT can be had for about $1000 with topnotch equipment and would probably weigh the same as the $100 setup but have 5 times as much stuff of very high quality and utility
Obviously the show follows the docu-drama, but it is hilarious to read about how the other houseboaters feel about this show. The comments section on that link is awesome as well; basically a bunch of the locals making jokes.
Sup /out/, I'm an infantrybro coming over from /k/, I've been advised to ask all you advice on this subject. I'm looking for a solid softshell jacket for general operating, preferably <150$ and warm+weather resistant. Is pic related a good option? Is there a general consensus on Condor/Rothco jackets here? link to jacket: http://www.amazon.com/Condor-Summit-Softshell-Jacket-602-002-XXL/dp/B005XZY24M/ref=sr_1_sc_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1450460586&sr=8-1-spell&keywords=condor+jacke
>>648942 You'll be needing a arcteryx atom LT, sir. Soft shell, super light weight, stores away easily. Been using one for the last 5 years and it's been a staple in my cold weather kit. But be warned, the dead bird is addicting and you'll end up a poor gear queer.
>>648858 I dont have any traps out. Because of fur prices down. I was told raccoon was only going to get $2 and that's not enough to make any money. I did build 5 weasel boxes like yours, but it's been so warm I am not sure the fur will be good. Waiting for colder temps, My friend did get a river otter.
I'm in the market for a new jacket and the kuhl spyfire caught my eye. I have a few products made by them that are of solid malarial and very well thought out design. I tried this jacket on at REI and I really like it but it feels like it might be too thin. Does anybody have this? Post your favourite jacket for wearing around camp between 0 and 40F.
>>648827 Nano puff hoody for this guy. Warm, packs super small, hoods are great. Unless I know for certain it will rain on a trip, in winter I almost ever carry gortex/hardshell unless I'm worried about wind
First time growing, a couple of the plants haves leaves looking a little dead. Lights possibly to close ? Not enough/to much water ? I mist them to water them. Lights are on 24/7 3 different strains growing currently.
Sup /out/ Recently my father in law acquired some land and allows me to hunt on it. I'm planning on going for ruffled grouse and hare. My problem is that his land plot is a rectangle and not completely parallel to an imaginary South-North line. (similar to pic-related). His neighbours are assholes and don't want me hunting on their land. I've never been there before but I have the coordinates on google maps.
My question is, what is the best way to navigate on his land so that I don't venture out of it too much? I'm thinking of... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>648633 Well guys I figured it out. It's an Android app called HuntStand and allows you to enter a land area on your computer and then synchronize with your cellphone. It also tells you where exactly you are using localization.
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