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We encourage you to have a look around the catalog first to see what we’re all about before posting your first thread. Topics typically posted here include:
>Outdoor recreational activities (Hiking, trail running, bushwhacking, camping, spelunking, geocaching, orienteering, expeditions, urban exploration, backpacking, etc.)
>Gardening, farming and related activities
>Hunting and fishing, and other activities involving the stalking or taking of game (including bird-watching)
>Outdoor survival, bushcraft, foraging, self-sustenance in nature, train-hopping, hoboism, etc.
>Outdoor destinations and exploration (specific trails, parks, regions, etc.)
>Water-related activities (boats, diving, etc.)
>Outdoor philosophy (conservation, Leave No Trace, protectionism, etc.)
>Outdoor building and living (cabins, huts, treehouses, etc.)
>Outdoor social activities and organizations (meet-ups, Scouts, NOLS, etc.)
>Gear related to any of the above topics

Most topics related to the outdoors are fine. Write properly, behave politely, encourage a respectful community, and most importantly, GO OUTSIDE!!
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Just a friendly reminder that threads about weapons which do not pertain to their use in outdoor activities should be posted on /k/ instead. Thanks.

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>Step through brush
>wild CHHHNK!!! WEEE!! charges at you
What do?
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>>1581667
hog is a general term for pig
you're thinking of barrow
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>>1583743
given the proper tools, numbskull
I'm not that crowbar retard who thinks he can 1v1 a wild boar
if I was unarmed when attacked AND managed to get out of there unscathed like >>1582286 claims, I'd certainly return to hunt them all
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>>1581001
Um hey there pardner, perhaps we should just surrender to the piggies?
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>>1581662
Are you stupid???
Hogs are natural climbers.
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>>1580930
Did you teleport behind it and eviscerate it with your soul forged katana?
>>1580832
I have personally seen a rabid oinker take 4 rounds of 5.56 before it finally keeled over. Maybe it just got "lucky" and all its vitals escaped the first three.

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I'm thinking about kayaking down a local river. About 60-70 miles in length and no more than a class 2. My kayak looks about the same as pic related, a cheapo, walmart yak. Is it possible? About how many days will it take?
My biggest fear is the homeless living along the river so I'll probably be armed but is this feasible? I love kayaking but i've never done a touring, yaking, camping combo. Am i stupid for trying this? Anyone experienced in this sorta thing. I'll be pretty much noobing it out there solo but I'm willing to take the risk for the sake of adventure
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>>1582773
Stop being a fear fag. It will take one day, maybe two. Don't bring a gun. All you fear fags annoy me. A bat or big stick is a better anti-homeless tool than a gun.
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>>1583344
I really don't get why /out/ is paralytically afraid of bums when they're about a thousand times more likely to be killed by one of their own neighbors.
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its a dangerous world, anon
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>>1582854
They aren't always in the form of jackets but yeah you're right.
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>>1583344
>Stick better than gun
Yea let me just park my kayak real quick and come wack you. No no no you just stay right there while I paddle over there.

I don't mind eating only cold food for 5-6 days, but a day started without coffee is a bad day, especially when /out/.
How do you go about heating/boiling water?
I'm considering buying pic related, it's an alcohol heater. Has anyone experience/tips regarding this type of burner?
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>>1583621
Not really sure, mine came with my whitebox burner, and seeing as the one in OP's pic also is with a whitebox. Maybe they sell them on their site. Let me have a look.
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>>1583621
>>>1583610 (You)
So it's just a sheet of 0.16mm thick aluminium. I found a site selling them in the UK, but I'm sure it'd be pretty easy to google them for sale in the states.
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>>1583628
>>1583629
Thanks, I can /diy/ then I guess.
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>>1583347
Different anon. None of the instant I've used heats itself. What are you using?
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>>1583629
Amazon.

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Making good progress on my camper van. Got some insulation in. This weekend I will go the floor. My goal is to have the insulation, floor, windows, fan, and bed frame finished by September. My first trip will be to Lassen Volcanic NP.
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>>1582882
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This is packed away, I think this is sold somewhere as a kit.
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>>1582883
My mistake, that is a pic of the front. the top rolls up and can be easily installed and removed.

This pic is another bedframe design for an Element
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It's alive! My basic electrical setup somehow works... against all odds. Battery strapped under the seat. Goes to a master switch. That goes to a positive and negative bus bar. Then to a fuse box. All the 12v loads can now be run right off the fuse box. And additional charge sources (shore power, alternator, solar) can be fed into the bus bar. Easy peasy.
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Also got more wall panels in. I like how this baltic birch looks. Once the bed, windows, and counter are in it will look a lot less plain though.

I'm headed to Alaska. More progress to come when I return
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>>1583500
What are you insulting with?

>be me
>north east ohioan
>hunted squirrels with a .22 once but nothing else
>want to learn to deer hunt
>intend to go this winter
I have a muzzle loader that is legal to hunt in ohio with
>pic related, Thompson center arms hawken
But i have absolutely no idea what to do beyond find a place i can legally hunt and walk around until i see a deer, then shoot it in the heart/lungs and wear orange so i dont get shot. What do i need besides food and water, a gun, and a knife to field dress the deer?
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>>1583624
It's a Winchester model 94 made for Sears from the sixties
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>>1583696
Which I'm fine with, but wondered if it's chambered for the Winchester 30-30.

Fun fact, none of mine are.
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>>1583713
Fugg, I misread the post. Yeah it's 30-30, I don't need much more most places I hunt.
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>>1583718
Nice straight grain. Love the foreend cap, hard to find such nice ones!

I just picked up a Win M88 in .308 Win, also in great shape.
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>>1583749
>hard to find such nice ones

It was one of those weird super lucky gunshow finds. Paid like $275 for it. Jelly of the m88 though

Alright so I'm finally making time to take a trip to Dolly Sods WV this weekend. I've wanted to go for a while. I have a Tacoma and I want to be able to sleep in the bed. Can anybody recommend a place to go in Dolly Sods where I can drive in and camp? I'm from PA and there are always a lot of off-roading trails in state forests where you can drive in and then just camp wherever you want. Googling isn't helping so I thought I would consult with some experts. Thanks
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>>1583467

I live an hour away from the Allegheny national forest, not alot of people actually stop and explore it. People just drive through or stick to the trails.

If you know how to marginally read a map and spend $30. On the topography map they sell. You will be set.

I plan on actually doing a kayaking camping trip sometime before the season gets too cold.
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>>1583535
You know there's UXOs, right?
>>1583308
I already told you that unless you want to be an asshole camping in a parking area or a trailhead, you have to go to Red Creek campground, or start walking. These roads you keep going on about don't exist up there, there is only FR-75 and the one on the other side that run the perimeter. You don't like it but just accept it.gif
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Fuck I didn't see this thread when I posted mine:

>>1583732

I am taking a trip the last week of September to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania for 2 nights then staying at a cabin near Spruce Knob (Riverton, WV) for 4 nights.

Any ideas for what to do there?

I want to maybe do an EASIER day hike in Dolly Sods with a good view where the trail is at least somewhat decently marked if possible and I won't get super lost.

I also was thinking Bald Knob chairlift, and the last day we are going to raft the Savage River dam release.

I want to have multiple ideas of hikes, caving, maybe something outdoors near/in Pittsburgh as well.

Last time we did just the first bit of the Bear Rocks trail in Dolly Sods, and the Cheat High Falls trail, and the time before we did the Seneca Creek trail. I love water features, views, and meadows.

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>>1583735
Literally just land nav arpu d off the trails. Or hike the north country trail. Horse back camp.

Kayak camping. There are alot of oil and gas roads that you can drive down and get lost in and camp.


It's a massive park, use your imagination.

I go there once a month to the national forest.
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>>1583735
Adding to this post>>1583773 I'm only about an hour north of pitt.

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Why are you still such a bitch when you have NW Primate showing (You) how to be an actual male?
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCzmTSIV94RNueSzZX20gmPQ
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>>1583662
S-sam, that you?
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>>1583669
I'm the other one that makes ambient soundscapes from my recordings: >>>/wsg/2998981
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>>1581554
>Tfw exploiting 3rd worlders for youtube views so you can live like a dictator in whatever shithole these things are filmed in.
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I'm going to start limiting my use of youtube. If I only give myself three videos a day I'll probably use them wisely and learn something instead of wasting time. Does this sound like a good idea?
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Does ANYONE have the link to the old man swamp/river hermit? He has a small pad next to the river's edge. He went into the woods to live with a bolt action rifle and an axe and has been living out there for like 30 years, even selling furs for salt to cure meat. He also has a big slab of meat hanging out in the open that he salt cured. I think his grandson heads out to live with him for the summer.

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What can we do to keep instagram thots away from our favorite outdoor spots?
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>>1583248
Saw a lot of this going on at Angels landing in Zion last week, really makes me sick.
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Can Americans just build random cabins in their national forests? How does that work?
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>>1571506
>Go join the 'i'm not gay' MGTOW remote community
>where there are nothing but your thoughts and no thots.....
>also aids
kek
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>>1572322
>being afraid of the biology of the opposite sex
>spending the bulk of your time online, a significant portion of which involves pretending you love being outdoors and nature
>die without having a family of your own, let alone being in a relationship and having sexual relations
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>>1583739
No. You have to own the property or be given permission from the land owner.

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beautiful country here
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>>1583738
The whole Pocket area is one of my favorite places, but it sucks so much has been paved. My family had reunions on the side of the dirt roads there years ago. I hiked the whole JM loop with my son not long ago and the only other humans we saw were a tatted up Desert Shield vet woman and her female companion, about 1/3 in clockwise.
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>>1583742
we used to love to ride the trail up the mountain in the mud but they paved it. the whole area seems to be getting paved. ruins it imo. my son is also my /out/ sidekick lol
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>>1583747
Well, just the one service road to the top was paved, the trails are still as they've always been. I'm deeply missing having my son for /out/ sidekick, he just went off to UGA the other day.
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>>1583759
GO DAWGS! mine is three. right now any ole city person can get up there.
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>>1583764
Yeah, but they'll just drive up, look at the view, and drive away, not very many hike the full trail, especially with so much of it grown partially over and all the poison ivy/oak on both sides of it in many places. Even the average "hiker" isn't going to do the loop.

What is /out/‘s backpack of choice?

I need to get a new backpack
Pic unrelated
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>>1583322
>you faggots with your shitty milsurp
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>>1583668
Based Polish socks with sandals alpinista.
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>>1583668
>Biedronka

Based and Biedronka pilled
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I'm thinking about picking up a 40-50l pack. Anyone have experience with the Mystery Ranch Ravines? They seem to fit my needs pretty well.

>>1583487
>gregory Baltoro 75
I got one of those too, damn good pack.
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>>1583289
I have a TAD Litespeed arriving sometime today.

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Can anyone give me any pointers on good brands for a truck-bed tent? I have a 2018 Tacoma with the long bed. I'm not looking to spend more than around $300, and less would be preferable.
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>>1583602
literally nobody said that the pic in OP's post was his truck

I have a 4 door long bed tacoma in my fucking drive way. get off your ass and look it up
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>>1583592
think outside of your thick skull

sometimes sleeping on the ground is a really bad idea. in lots of situations. sometimes it's safer to be in the truck. you're only thinking of absolutely perfect conditions in 1 setting
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>>1583602
where would you need to go if you are getting ready to go to sleep? this is silly thinking. leave your house every once in a while it's not that scary
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>>1583677
I don't know where your driveway is cowgirl.

>>1583686
>never changed camps
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>>1583100
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oqmwd8KX_kM

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Post your /out/ related books
I'll start
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>>1583740
>letting that stop you from reading the most interesting /out/ autobiography
>being so stupid
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>>1583748
Are these novels?
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>>1583758
No they're written by a batshit insane man. Look it up on YouTube.
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>>1583751
>can't take/post photos properly
>calls others stupid

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What's the scariest thing you've encountered /out/side that turned out to be nothing?

>backpacking through australia
>middle of the night, going out to take a piss
>hear this fucking shit https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PlxnXMWO-jk
>run back to my tent with my pants around my ankles because a tiger crossed with a wolf crossed with a bear is three feet away from me
>turns out it's a fucking dropbear trying to get its dick sucked

Fuck these shit eating build-a-bear reject cunts.
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>>1582127
>The lack of big predators makes Australia a pretty dope place for camping which is nice.

What if someone release a bunch of leopards? I would if I live there.
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>>1582096
>tfw reading a book and the characters encounter dropbears and have to kill them
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>>1582127
Man I don't give a fuck about bears.
>>1582137
This shit seems like 10x worse.
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I had two raccoons start fighting/fucking about 20 yards behind us while catfishing one night. It was dead silent and the fuckers just lit up out of nowhere.
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>>1582096
I used to have around 2000 hectares of land in a secluded area in my country.

We took a long walk around the area and when we got back to the house it was full of guerilla fighters that were well known for kidnapping people.

I guess this didnt happen outside, but whatever.

#288-“Semi-Retired” Edition

Previous Thread:
>>1576176

Thinking about picking up a new hobby? Want to get a memecaster? Haven't mastered the Palomar knot? Click here!
http://www.pastebin.com/u/fishingandtackle
https://imgur.com/a/1Xw3N

Talk about fishin
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>>1583723
Why did he mean by this?
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>>1583734
>Why did he mean by this?
What did he mean by this?
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>>1583653
>>1583720
The tip snapped just above the second eyelet. The rod is so thin there its hard to find something that wont just bend if i set the hook but also wont completely ruin the action. It was only $20 and is still returnable, I'll probably just get another for the time being.
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>>1583734
>>1583754
Ya'll ain't never fished for a salty slime dart before?
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>>1583757
I'd just take the end eyelet and use it in the broke off section, replacing the remaining eyelet near the break if needed. I've done that like.....way too many times thanks to other people slamming car doors on my rods.

>th-thanks for closing the door....


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