>>628296 >Tents are a no go aswell, because that would break the law What kind of shelter are you allowed to have then?
The only real differences between 1 night and 3 are your food, water, and toiletry requirements. Depending on length you may need a filter, or you can pack in all your water. If you are walking anywhere I would bring some sort of water purification just in case something goes wrong. A sawyer, life straw, or iodine tablets can fulfill this. For long trips where I know I'm going to filter a lot of water I prefer a pump style with an adapter to fill my bladder through the drinking tube instead of removing it from my pack.
Stuff: Sleeping bag (+pad if sleeping on ground) Folding chair with arms and cup holder flask+favorite spirit dining set- fork, knife, bowl, and cup are all you NEED cookset- portable stove, one small pot and coffee pot if you so desire toilet paper, soap, toothbrush+paste, first aid kit A cigar A book Flashlight (LED headlamp preferable for reading) Fire making materials (ferro rod, lighter, tinder, firestarters, etc) A knife Extra rope Extra socks and underwear
This too interests me. I prefer a headlamp or flashlight while alone but my GF has been nagging me to take her and her kid camping and I'm thinking that a nice little LED lantern might be just the thing I need.
>>628065 If you're hunting and not just camo-fagging, then the mountains of Montana Idaho and Washington are all pretty much the same. Darker greens work well. Most of the paintballers have better luck on treed arenas with marine camo than anything.
If you are camo-fagging, then I believe realtree with a very large blaze orange logo is what's in this fall.
im going hunting soon for the first time. nothing major just some cotton tail. however ive never killed anything before and it kind of makes me feel ill thinking about it. i know its hypocritical because i eat meat but i cant help it.
how do i get over this feeling? kill lots of shit?
>>628000 If you enjoy killing something then there is something wrong with you. I have been hunting for 14yrs now and I never like killing. I enjoy the rest immensely but not the actual killing the critter part. If you need to hunt then do so. If you do not then don't. Guns are just as much if not more fun to use at targets any ways. I like shooting steel targets all day long far more than shooting once on a 3 day long hunt
/out/ how do you completely remove yourself from people for a wilderness camping trip? I'm thinking Alaska or upper Michigan, but I want to be away from people COMPLETELY.
I don't want to stray onto private property or something, I just want to go to where no people are and camp out on a river; fish for some trout or something. Sure you can go on camping trails but they are still full of people and you have to deal with potential encounters with the law.
tl;dr give me your advice on getting away from everyone completely. Any stories are appreciated.
national forests, its called dispersed camping. ive never had a problem, you drive in deep until you are on dirt path forest roads, park the car and start hiking in. get a motor vehicle use map from the particular forests website, a fishing license, and plan out a spot. some parts will have larger spaces between forest roads so aim for those. keep in mind there are some forests specific rules and all forests dont want your camp 100-400 feet from a water.
>>627958 also you can generally legally stay in one spot for something like 14 days, then you must at least move your camp a mile away, and you cant go back and forth between two, but you could probly be ok touring the forest like that
Here are my (few) photos from the last fishing trip i did. This is the São Francisco river in Brazil. This bioma is called ''Caatinga'' (i means white forest in native Tupi language) and it's a unique brazilian biome, characterized by the semi-arid climate with long drought and small bush trees who rapidly gains foliage when it rains, a big and pretty explosion of life. Nowadays, we've being facing a terrible 5 years drought..
I own about 52 acres in southeast Tennessee and it's way out of the way. The property is almost entirely forest and I've known there's a cave somewhere on the property for a while now. Any ideas on how I could go about finding it?
So I want to put together a pack to be used for hiking, fishing, and day camping (this is not a bug out bag or any survivalist stuff, just for day trips). I just need it to hold the basics (stuff like food and clothing will be decided trip by trip), so I started to throw a list together of stuff to put in it and I wanted a second opinion on stuff I nay or may not need. I live in a forested area of southern ontario and i tour up north above the great lakes at least twice a year.
So far i have; Flashlight Headlamp Lantern 26"hatchet Collapsable saw First... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I made a cinnamon based mosquito repellent using alcohol as the medium. I gotta say not only does it work but it leaves the little shits so dizzy you can just pick them up. I imagine what's happening is that when the mosquito spits to apply the histamine, the layer of cinnamon essence left on the skin mixes with the spit and evaporates right on their faces. That's good and all but the solution evaporates too fast when trying to apply it, and it wears off too soon as well. Is there a way to make this a little bit more... oily? Using actual oil as the medium proved to... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
This January I'm taking the Fish and Wildlife conservation 2 year course, up in Canada, Ontario. After, I intend to take Natural Resources and the Law. Why? I have this unfaltering duty inside of me to protect mother nature from poachers, and direct and indirect human impact. The strongest argument I have; is this planet of ours, so stupendously vast in its eco systems, terrains, and life, it seems almost foolish to want to negatively impact it, when there is not a single planet that we know of , that is diverse as this one. / besides the paperwork... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Alright /out/, I'm in the process of re-building my first aid kit. I spend most of my time in central Ontario, Restoule-North Bay area. Sometimes out for week long stretches. What would you carry on you?
Anyone /sweden/ here? I'm planning a trip to Stockholm next year and I'm looking for some trails to walk (partially). Currently looking at Sörmlandsleden, Upplandsleden or Roslagsleden. All 3 are relatively close to Stockholm I think?
Also, is it worth going all the way north just to do Kungsleden?
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