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Please tell me whats wrong with this reel and why it wont pull inn the line when im reeling. Super green fisher here
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>>790202
Is it looped anywhere? Is the drag set too loose? Is the line lapped over itself?
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>>790203
Im sorry English isnt my first language and im super green, so I can only answer the part about the drag, and no its not too loose.

Is this video any help?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uF7JyRcO634
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The problem is that when I reel the spool turns around too so nothing is happening

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Is there a comfier /out/-related YouTube channel?
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>>790194
primitive technology
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>>790196
/thread
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rm001drekmU

least boring channel I've seen

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I found this this little green testicle looking bean thing out innawoods. I'm a novice when it comes to going innawoods. What is this thing?
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>>789998
>>789999
Looks like an unripe Pawpaw fruit. Let the others get ripe and eat. Hope the raccoons or opossums don't get to them first. Identify better though just in case.
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food

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Could these be mite or chigger bites? They itch and get white heads sometimes and I've been getting a lot lately. They also last for weeks. I live in tennessee
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>>789955
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>>789955
No sorry, you have AIDS. Enjoy.
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>>789955
3

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Besides common sense, what else should I leave behind?


http://www.latimes.com/nation/nationnow/la-na-yellowstone-death-20160609-snap-story.html

>be me
>be walking down a boardwalk
>speak English
>only read Chinese though
>English signs say some gibberish I can't follow
>Oh look a hotspring
>bubbling like my hot tub
>time...
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>>789887
did you just imply that Colin Nathaniel Scott could only read Chinese?
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>>789898

well it would explain how one might end up 225 yards off the boardwalk
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>>789906
I fully admit the Chinese are dumb animals less worthy than rats but I don't think a language/literacy barrier was the issue here. I think it was entirely foolhardiness, recklessness, and hairbrained and temerarious impulsiveness.

Alright which one of you /out/ists did this? Were you trying to shit in the fumarole?

http://www.ibtimes.co.uk/man-boiled-alive-acidic-yellowstone-hot-spring-named-colin-nathaniel-scott-portland-oregon-1564525

>23 year Colin Scott and his sister Sable (faggot hippy parents) hiked a long way off the trail near Pork Chop Geyser before he slipped and fell into a hot spring.

Scott hiked about two hundred yards off the boardwalk into the woods behind Pork Chop Geyser. The area was so remote, the park airplane and helicopter had...
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>On Saturday, a 13-year-old boy suffered burns to his ankle and foot after falling into a hot pool in Yellowstone's Upper Geyser Basin. The accident occurred after the child was being carried by his father, who then slipped.
>13 years old
>being carried by his father

Why?
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Why is your post so /pol/?
>millenials
>Bernie bro
sheesh mcgeesh

>>789533
he was handicapped, perhaps someday you'd do the same
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Can we start putting shock collars on tourists going to Yellowstone and installing radio fences on trails so that they get a nasty jolt for going off trail? Seriously, this shit is getting ridiculous.

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#53-"Triggered and Horny" Edition

Previous Thread:
>>787496

We finally got some cloudy and rainy weather down here as the remnants of that tropical storm have been hanging around. Haven't had a ton of time to go fishing, but the few min I have been at the lake, I have been having even worse luck than when it is sunny all day. I thought the weather would help but I guess not. Or I'm just fishing the wrong spots with the wrong lures.

Talk about fishin'
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Went striper fishing this morning. It was windy as hell and cold ad balls. Got a few though. I'm going out to plum island again Friday night. Hopefully the bite will be better. I got a new lucky strike needle fish to try out. $20 for one lure, shit better produce.
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>>789240
The few times I have tried to fish with bait instead of lures the past couple years, I end up walking away with another rod that has a lure on it and get nervous my rod is gonna fly into the water.

I do need to hit some catfish or carp one of these days. I see so many huge carp and I'm sure these FL lakes have some nice catfish.
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>>789244
thats why i wont just set 2 rods down and fish with a lure on the third away from the other two, i want to sit right by them and il watch bideos on my phone or some shit while waiting

yo - looking to buy a decent knife but im a noob when it comes to which manufacturers i can trust for quality and reliability etc
can u recommend some knives pls !
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>>788785
Gerber is an American brand. And bear grylls is a trusted outdoor enthusiast.

Have you considered a gerber bear grylls survival knife?
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>>788817
>meme knife
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>>788785
how much do you want to spend?

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How bad of an idea would it be for me to take my first backpacking trip alone?
I don't really have anyone I could go with, my girlfriend isn't exactly the outdoorsy type and plus she can't afford to buy a bunch of backpacking gear, and my friends certainly wouldn't be interested either
I'd do a one or two night trip and take plenty of precautions, but how dangerous would this be?
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>>788478
>how dangerous would this be?

That mostly depends on the location and what you are sharing it with.
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Have you done you research? My advice is this;
Know the area you're going to go, and tell at least one person from home. Tell them the time frames you are planning. Stick to your own time frames. Don't be afraid to call the trip. And of course have all your gear and a knowledge of LNT. It's always dangerous, keep risk mgmt in mind.
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>>788486
I live in New Mexico and would be looking at somewhere in Gila National Forest
As far as I know the only wildlife threats are bears

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General Sunglasses Thread
>and a little request
You spend time out, right?

I am thinking of buying Polaroid sunglasses.

Has anyone bought a pair?

Are they any good, for their price of course?

Tell what you are wearing, also any preferences.

>pic related, the pair I want.
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>>788159
I didn't know poloroid made sunglasses. Look like those old ray bans.

I have bought probably 10 pairs of nice polarized sunglasses over my life. I have lost or broken every sigle one.

Polarized sunglasses are great. They let you see great for fishing. But get the cheapest ones you can find no matter how ugly. You will lose them.
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I run cheap-ish safety glasses. Z87.1 approved when I need that, nice to know they're held to some degree of safety when I'm on snow or moto and there's chunks of ice, snow, dirt, rocks etc being hurled at my face.
Inexpensive to replace when they get scratched or if I lose them.

Also, fuck air travel.
>Flight's delayed an hour!
>the $15 sandwich was good, but not $15 good.
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>>788172
They are 3 times cheaper than ray-bans and they are known for their lenses, but I don't know about the frame quality.
And yes they are wayfarers, copy of the Ray-Ban.

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>mfw i see someone on the trail wearing jeanshorts and sandals.
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ehh, if they can do it and not feel like shit, good for them.
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like we walking keens or flip flops? also jean shorts are wat better than nylon for sliding down rocks,scree
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>>788134
>giving a shit about other people's clothing
>mfw

Yes, that is your face when because that face in the pic is barely visible through the pound of makeup, dyed hair, and contact lenses. No wonder you give a fuck about how everyone else looks. You can't stand how you look.

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Hey /out/
I, like many of you I'm sure, suffer from this.

It can really ruin a good trip innawoods.
I don't like the idea of taking tablets/sprays and being reliant on them. (Just in case SHTF)

Any anons found any good cures/remedies?

Thanks
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>>787778
>I have a problem with an easy solution
>I refuse to use the easy solution because I'm a paranoid /pol/tard
Fuck off
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eat local honey for a week.

if it ever comes up again then just get more local honey.
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>>790164
Any idea how local it should be?

Git some! Git some! Git some, yeah, yeah, yeah! Any cairn who runs, is a cairn. Any cairn who stands still, is a well-disciplined cairn! You guys oughta do a story about me sometime!

I done got me 157 dead cairns kicked over. Plus 50 water buffalo, too! Them's all confirmed!

what is your cairn kill count /out/?
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On my first trip I saw some and I sort of liked where it was done. Just a little rocky area surrounded by trees.

Best way to do it tho is to get a large rock and hurl it, I'd imagine
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>>787539
What would you do to this carin op? Please tell us in detail. And tell it to us slowly.
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>>787539
Wuts a water buffalo?

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What does /out/ sleep on?

I just want to take some kind of informal census of what the board uses, because I simply can't sleep on those cheap roll-up ground pads.

Tits to make it worth your while.
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I got a cheap foam pad cause 1 im cheap and 2 all I really need is a head rest + something on my lower back (extra clothes)

This was just with experience from 1 night ive done recently and i could probably see my self buying an inflatable in the future, but im afraid they're not as comfy as I think.

I sleep on my sides, can on my back but naturally when I fall asleep i go on my sides.

It makes me wonder what the hell humans did to sleep before mattresses.
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>>787523
Gorillas will make beds out of palm fronds and shit.

I think growing up without beds might make you a bit less delicate though.
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>>787517
>Fake red hair
>Facial piercing

Those tits are nice but in 15 years they'll on the floor.

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Are these good knives for camping, or an everyday carry?
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>>787495
Yes.
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Sure.

/thread
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thank you.

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I live in Massachussetts and a bunch of butthurt assholes are bitching about the bird conversation efforts on our beaches.

Who's side are you on?
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Well I would like to converse with birds too so I guess I'm on that side. :^)
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>>787255
+1
being able to converse with birds is awesome
>a little birdy told me that....
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it's great that they're actually making an effort to help the local birds.

all they do here is bitch about feral cats being shot on our islands where all the sea birds breed, their numbers have been declining every year due to it.

Hey guys, I've been thinking of getting into knife hunting. What kind of gear should I be looking to get? Any advice for a first time knife hunter? Should I practice on smaller animals and then move up to bigger and more dangerous ones?
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>>787154
>I've been thinking of getting into knife hunting.
me too too bad it's illegal here. go for it anon!
be a man among men!
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>>787154
You want to get into knife hunting but none of your questions are about dogs? Good luck with that.
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>>787167
doable i have seen it with and without dogs too.
without dog you can still practice endurance hunting. simply run the prey to exhaustion overpower it and stab it in the heart.
with dogs pretty much the same but you run less.

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Is it possible to climb Everest without having to deal with all these faggots (like myself)?
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>>786859
Parachute onto the summit then take a hanglider down
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yeah just do it in the winter that's when the lanes are clear and you can enjoy the summit for yourself
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>>786873
Either that or take the Diretissima trough the east wall, nobodies there, ever.

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Is canned tuna a good food for going /out/?
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>>786360
I bring it. Only downside is you have to pack out the can. If you are made of money the bags are easier to pack in and out.
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>>786360
tuna in oil = super survival food
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Calorie wise its not worth its own weight.

Beef jerky is lighter and contains way more protein. Same with spaghetti noodles.

Can anyone recommend me some good, inexpensive (<$50) hot weather hiking pants for use up in areas like red rock canyon and red mountain?
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>>786233
>hot weather

I like 'Columbia Men's Silver Ridge Convertible Pants'
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I unironically wear 5.11 taclites. Got em' for $35 when they went on sale a while back.

Khaki, obviously.

Had mine for three years and while they're stained as hell, they haven't torn despite my tendency to free climb bare rock faces.
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>>786233
I wear chinos that I bought on a thrift store with a base layer, and gaiters if needed. I would wear denim but they don't dry as fast and don't retain heat that well imo.

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What are some /out/ skills I can practice in my backyard?

It's been a good 14 or more years since I've last been camping and even then it was with the boyscouts at a big campground.

I can actually get a fire going using the fire steel and scrap wood/brush from around the yard, but just anything else I can and should practice would be nice.

Image related, all of my /out/ stuff. I realize
>Bear Grylls Knife
but it's what my dad bought me as a Christmas Present, so it comes from a good place and I'm going to use it.
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How about friction fire?
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Practice camp cooking. It's actually one of the more neglected skills that makes /out/ experiences all the more comfy
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Honestly the backyard is where you should practice all your skills and test new gear. If a piece of gear fails, no big you're home and have access to shit to fix it, there is no better place to get familiar with your gear. Look at ol' Shug, he hangs hammocks in his backyard to test new ways to hang all the time. So, yeah do it as often as you can, it will only make you more comfortable with your skills and gear.

Pictured: a treeless method

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Old thread: >>776603

Companion Planting - Raised Beds - Vertical Gardening - Square Foot Gardening - Polyculture - Composting - Mulching - Vermiculture - Espalier - Fungiculture - Aquaponics - Greenhouses - Cold Frames - Hot Boxes - Polytunnels - Forest Gardening - Aquaculture

Resources:

Murray Hallam’s Aquaponics: (sample: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HYR9s6chrI0 [Embed] )

-Aquaponics Secrets DVD
-Aquaponics Made Easy DVD
-DIY Aquaponics DVD (Aquaponics The First 12 Months And Aquaponics DIY DVD)

Backyard Aquaponics
https://kat.cr/backyard-aquaponics-t4385398.html

400+ PDF BOOKS ON GARDENING
https://kat.cr/400-pdf-books-on-gardening-t3324399.html

Youtube channel Growingyourgreens, tons of videos on almost every single gardening subject,
https://www.youtube.com/user/growingyourgreens

Ollas clay pot watering system,
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qkNxACJ9vPI [Embed]
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fvKq5geEM-A [Embed]

USA Time of Year Planting Guide,
http://www.motherearthnews.com/organic-gardening/what-to-plant-now-zl0z0903zalt.aspx

Food preservation,
http://nchfp.uga.edu/
https://kat.cr/complete-book-of-home-preserving-pdf-gooner-t10069401.html
https://kat.cr/canning-and-preserving-all-in-one-for-dummies-2011-mantesh-t5998098.html
http://www.allamerican-chefsdesign.com/admin/FileUploads/Product_49.pdf

Mushrooms, (culinary and psychoactive):
https://kat.cr/usearch/Stamets/

Mother Earth News' Vegetable Garden Planner program, (full version requires yearly subscription $fee)
http://www.motherearthnews.com/garden-planner/vegetable-garden-planner.aspx

Tons of Gardening/Farming PDFs
http://www.fastonline.org/?page_id=35
Aquaponics
http://www.fastonline.org/?page_id=32
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>>784481
US Farm Income and Taxes,
http://www.hobbyfarms.com/farm-marketing-and-management/farm-income-taxes-14991.aspx

US Grants and Loans for Small Farms,
http://www.usda.gov/wps/portal/usda/usdahome?navid=GRANTS_LOANS
http://afsic.nal.usda.gov/farms-and-community/grants-and-loans-farmers
http://www.nal.usda.gov/afsic/pubs/funding.shtml

Managing Risks on Your Small Farm,
http://agr.wa.gov/Marketing/SmallFarm/managerisk.aspx

Chicken info and forum,
http://www.backyardchickens.com

Rabbit...
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It's raining, and my potato sprouts have become partially/totally submerged in water.

Will they be fine until it dries/drains naturally, or should I dig a hole for the water to drain into?
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Please
>>784425

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ITT we post pictures of nature and shit like that we have taken.

sorry for the shit res and quality i took it with my 5s
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>>782650
also rate
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>>782650
Pic is taken around the equator I assume?
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>>782654
nope
i took it in furuvik, sweden today

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Let me make this clear to you autistic bastards that have never actually been outside

1) You don't need to have the best knife on the planet, nor will you ever be able to select such a knife
2) The weight of your backpack is completely irrelevant if it isn't difficult to carry
3) It is totally fine to have a fire in the woods, just don't leave it unattended
4) Leave no trace is good but not LITERAL, it doesn't mean footsteps you autistic fucks it means candy bar wrappers and beer cans
5)You don't NEED to only use trails, you are a...
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>>774958
I think is funny his name is bear, and bees.
STOP BIKING ON WALKING TRAILS.
Fucking retard.

Everything else is not really an issue.
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Don't be mad at us that you're doing it wrong
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>>774958

k

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Sup anons,

Starting to get into bigger blades and need to step my sharpening game up. For my pocket knives I've been using a turn-box and finishing on a strop, but I'm thinking of investing in some proper stones to sharpen convex and scandi ground blades.

What do ya'll use?
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>>768089

I'm considering pic related to reset dull edges which is the arduous task. Can finish on higher grit sandpaper (have 1000,1500,2000 already handy).

Sound ok? I'd like to be able to sharpen recurves (my Khukri), long blades 10''+ and axes.
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>>768091
you won't be able to get curved parts very sharp with a wide stone, other than hat go for it
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>>768089


I use the lansky kit sometimes. It's fine and all, but just learn to freehand with it, so much better.

Most of the time I just use a slice of a red brick soaked in water overnight and a ceramic tile.

Not even a poorfag, they just work well.

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I've been hiking my whole life, but I've never really prepared for it the way I should. I don't like carrying more than I need to. I brought 1L of water and a king sized Payday to get me up and down Yosemite falls last year. It was tough, and I ran out of batteries for my phone so I ended up hiking down with a high school kid and his mom since they had a flashlight.

When I was in college, I remember hiking up Mt. Laconte with a 12oz of water and nothing else. It was a seven hour hike, and I was saved by a Forrest Gump man who gave me half his bagel, in...
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>>790274
Sounds like at a minimum you should bring water, a flashlight, and some food.

I mean think about it OP, what kinds of things could reasonably happen while you're hiking? Bring things to deal with those situations.
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>>790274
>10 miles round trip, and about 2500ft elevation gain.

Water. Probably rain gear and some snacks.

Unless there's something dangerous about the conditions (ice/snow, rockfall, cliffs, etc), then I will pack more actual emergency stuff: beacon/comms, firestarter, headlamp, essential first aid (iodine, gauze, tape, knife).
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Are merrells meme shoes

What do you wear just around town
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cat 4eva ! (caterpillar)
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>>788789
>around town
skechers 4lief ! (skechers)
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Merrels are shit that falls apart

My dad swears by them but he goes through a new pair like every four months

Salomons last years

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Hello /out/ friends. I didn't know if this was for here or maybe DIY.

Does anybody know what pic related is? Googling hasn't returned anything. I live in the Northeast US and the back of my yard is regularly overrun by this highly unpleasant, thorny and resilient overgrowth from the fuckers behind me.

This stuff grows like wildfire. I pulled all of it out in early spring and it's already back if not thicker than before. I've tried a few of the "natural" and Internet favorite weed killing methods and now I'm considering using...
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Blackberry. Good luck faggot
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>>787969
This.
I've dealt with this shit alot before.
Lots of luck OP.
Idk how you could truly eradicate it without massive and potent poisoning or literally digging it all out by the roots down to the very last strand.

Try checking with your local city or county extension office. they may have tips/advice on certain nuisance plants like this.
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They're blackberries yo

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What are your thoughts on going /out/ in calk boots? i work in forestry and everyone who has them says it makes walking through the woods 5x easier, and is like having 4x4 for your feet Anyone have experience with them?
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autistic/10
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they're built for a specific purpose. wearing them for anything other than walking on slippery logs all day is a dumb idea.

if you want some extra traction for certain occasions get some strap on cleats or whatever
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>>787915
Interesting.
I have been looking for a pair of rubber boots with a very stiff sole.
I wonder if these would work.

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I've got two questions for you guys.
Firstly, I am tanning the pelt of an animal I can't identify. I thought it was a raccoon when I picked it off the side of the road, but it's definitely not. The face was all black; no cute coon cheeks, and heavy padded forepaws, not like raccoon hands at all. But about the same size, and with a ringed tail. Long fox-like snout.
It looks *exactly* like pic related -- except pic related lives in South America, and I'm in Maine. Do we have invasive coatimundi population in New England, or am I crazy?
It's not...
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ITT: Anon tans somebody's missing cat.
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This thing lives in the southwest. It's called a Ringtail Cat.
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Somebodies pet coati . That's why it is so fat.


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