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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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Does anyone recommend getting a job with the CCC?

Working outdoors and learning new skills appeals to me but it seems oriented towards teenagers, and the mandatory schooling and communal living stuff makes it sound more like some kind of gay summer camp than a job.

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Anything you'd add or drop from this pack?
I've worked it down to be pretty lean.
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What is the function of this kit?

Replace shotgun with a .410, lighter ammo means you can carry more/use the weight elsewhere. A couple hot slugs will do you just fine for claws and teeth or two legged predators, plus you can throw in a few birdshot rounds for rabbit/squirel if that is your plan. Ditch that shovel and get a one piece unit like the cold steel meme shovel. Pack a secondary fire source, because there is nothing worse than the lighters breaking/getting stuck down and bleeding out. Plus fero rods are panty droppers. Personal preference but I like those mio bottles over individual dry pouch drink mixes. Also way to many fire starters, break off chunks from one, you don't need three. I've heard mixed reviews on that hatchet, but a saw would be a nice compliment either way (maybe fill the void in weight from the .410 downgrade?). Only the one knife? Also throw in a roll of bankline, I don't see any rope and while it's not a necessity it takes up next to no space and from my personal experience a little bank line to help secure shit can be a godsend at times plus string is a source of cheap recreation if you're an easily ammused idiot like me.
thermarest ridgerest
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I think the kilo of coke is a bit much, but more power to you I guess.
>1 post by this ID
Camp every weekend in the summer, for the last 20 years, never needed a gun.

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Which animal has caused you the most bother whilst /out/?

I live in Bongland so honestly the worst I've ever encountered was a bull that I unwittingly entered the territory of. It will be interesting to hear from people who live elsewhere where everything is trying to kill you

inb4 humans
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Encephalitis scares me more than lyme, ticks are a legit threat more than they're annoying. Flies and mosquitoes are annoying, ticks are dangerous. They ruined a backpacking trip last summer for me.

Also checked.
Jesus. Whenever I'm jealous of being /out/ in a true wilderness like you have in the States I always remember that nearly all of those wildernesses have their downsides
Anon I'm not American and the trip was in Spain. Got me plenty of ticks in the legs.
Sorry for assuming your waistline anon
These pieces of shit.

>Bull ants.

Unless you're near a nest, you don't generally see many at once. But they're nasty cunts, will chase you down and sting the shit out of you for no reason.

>be me
>see giant bipedal animal minding it's own business
>climb up it's boot
>grip onto its leg with my powerful jaws
>repeatedly sting the fuck out of it for no reason
>unsurprisingly, it swats me
>laugh because I have an incredibly tough exoskeleton and swatting does nothing.

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Get some white light in there, turn off the purple stuff, and take another photo so the coloration can be properly identified. Normally, discoloration and leaf drop is water based, either too much or not enough. That can cause fertilizer problems or it can only be a fertilizer problem either too much or nor enough. Double check drainage and make sure the pots are still draining well after watering. Water when they need watering, by double checking your watering routine. Write down the watering times and you may get to see a pattern develop from plant to plant.

Of course, check for insects, under the leaves and damage from them. Do that during the daytime and the night time. I had a few stink bugs coming out at night and sucking on my seedlings. It was the dead of winter and they had come in for hibernation, but the warmth of the house kept them away. All the insects like wasps, lady bugs, and stink bugs ended up on my seedlings. The wasps and lady bugs ate any problem insects except the stink bugs. I killed about a dozen last season, but not before they caused some problems with the plants.

With an additional photo, color type and location can help identify nutrient deficiencies.
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I might be over-watering them. There was some white fungus growing on the side of the pot recently, which could be a result of waterlogging the pot and soil. I'll start by reducing watering frequency.
Huh, that looks just like what my basil has. I saw a few tiny unidentified white bugs, so I guess it's thrips. Might be the same with your peppers if you can find them but they are really damn tiny, almos invisible.

I was about to make a post and ask where those little bastards hide so I can get rid of them if it really is thrips damage.
Yeah, that does look like thrips or white flies. Put up yellow sticky pads so that you can check for and identify pests before they reach this stage. Fungus growing in/on the soil is pretty common. It has more to do with higher humidity indoors and slow drying out of the soil than simply overwatering. You can try neem oil to help get rid of most pests. A light dusting of diatomaceous earth can also help. A reflective surface on the floor/pot reflecting light up to the undersides of the leaves can help interrupt the pest cycle, but won't get rid of them on its own.

Since it is indoor, a trap plant might help a great deal. Just get them on the trap plant after the neem oil on the main plants and cart them outdoors.
>Not true at all.
I had plants in the ground this past summer that were rather crowded, and some in pots. The ones in the ground did many times better.

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Okay /out/ I reported someone i know personally out of spite, i have proof that this person illegally took 2 deer via spolight, bait, and bow without having proper licensing for hunting inside a deer reduction zone. In indiana whats the chance that this asshole gets caught and what will happen?
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Fags like this deserve death, good for you OP fuck that nigger.
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Fucking this, you tree-hugging ultraniggers. They're oversized rats, and killing them is a public service because you filthy fucking retards extirpated their natural predators.
Did the DNR send you a good citizen certificate mummy can frame?
Are you going to wear your Jr. Warden sticker to school??
It's bootlicking when you go on the internet expecting a fucking medal for diming someone out.
Nah fuck poach fags
Poaching for food is alright in my book. But if you do it for fun or money (not used for buying food), then you're a faggot.

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Continuing from >>1366434

For all your winter kit related questions. Like it or not, winter clothing and gear isn't as straightforward as summer stuff so it's helpful to have a place for newer guys to ask questions and more experienced people to fine tune their kits.
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Hello Friends.

I'm going to be sat on a hill everyday for the next 3 months counting birds in 0-5c weather, wind etc.

But i have to climb the hill. Whats the best system to stay warm? Obviously i'll be taking a backpack to put things in. I've just been windproof and then microfleece/layers at the moment, but its my bottom half i struggle with.

Have long johns then some trousers but they arent warm enough on their own.
I too sweat considerable when hiking, it makes /out/ing in cold weather very fucking uncomfortable.
Pro top: wear underwear + flannel pajama pants + heavy cargo pants for maximum leg warmth.
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>on a budget
>order zero degree bag and 4 season tent on sale
>get them in the mail
>they're fucking huge
how do people carry all this shit
give me a quick review on those OR gaiters

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Anyone ever go /out/ with a horse to carry their gear? Would it be an idea to put a bunch of stuff on a shetland pony? They browse for food so it'd be easier for them?
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>Would it be an idea to put a bunch of stuff on a shetland pony?

No, you need a breed that is better built for traveling. If you want something smaller than a horse, get a pack goat or 3. They are browsing foragers and will eat most anything on the trail.
Goat isn't a bad idea. Can they carry things?
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Yes, you can even rent them specifically for that purpose in some areas. Search, "Pack Goat."
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This nigga used to come through my town about once a year, my parents and grandparents all met him, I have a hardcover book about him. He is one of my true life heroes.
Are you 10

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thread about tiny house outdoor living
>Where to live?
>how much would it cost?
>how much would it cost for overtime?
>how large of a trailer?
please share other kinds of simple living such as cabins or shacks.
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>using environmental fearmongering to mask issues like cultural and demographic warfare
I've been thinking of buying me 2 hectares for permaculture farming but that will mean I'll need the house to be super cheap. Are tiny houses made of recycled materials a thing or would you fags only consider that to be a shanty? Is there any info available on turf houses? Are they legal?
Yes, they are legal.
Wasn't Ted shack projected with some complex math? I recon listening something something about it.
If you really want to live through Canadian winters either check out Dick Proeneke and go full cabin or investigate old timey Russian/Ukrainian homes which are half-buried.

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What is this thing? It randomly spawned in my garden
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wow that's pretty
keep it
Amorphophallus konjac
(Voodoo Lily)
Close, but the leaves don't match at all.
Yes the do. OP has a young plant.
Typhonium roxburghii, dwarf voodoo lily

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Can we get a motor hate thread going?
>be me innalake summer fishing
>listening to calm nature
>jet ski comes in >be me in fall innawoods
>hunting, quietly observing wilderness
>Be me snowshoeing innawoods winter
> be me innawoods spring camping
FUCK THIS SHIT guys everywhere I go some obnoxious faggot ruins it with noise.
yeah I can hardly hear my music over those jerkwad ATVers
We will add that to the hate.

In general, motorized vehicles are for little girls, and the handicap. Fuck them all. If time machine, go back and hang ancestors for trading in horse/wagons for this inherited shit show.
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You will never stop me faggot
I like ATVs and shit but I would only ever ride them on private land

#258- “Recycled” Edition

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Talk about fishin
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What are we talking for temperature? Fish stay near deep cover during the winter in the north. Weight the t rig with a 1/8 - 1/2 oz bullet weight depending on how deep you are fishing and slowly walk it over shit. A football head jig works well if you have hard bottoms. I like blue and black most of the time in deep water.
>no Megabass

cmon anon..
I built the combo specifically for Texas rigs which is why I'm adamant about using them, but I have been catching fish on other lures with other combos.

When I go out it's been between 35-50, but I don't know the water temps.
>slowly walk it over shit
Can you go into more detail about this please? Like who fast and how often to move it, and when would I drag or hop it?
i got a cheap 3wt maxcatch line that i have been happy with
i tied this guy for carp, the hook eye isn't as crowded irl as the picture makes it look. hopefully something eats it?
>what kind of structure
the kind that is in deep water
>how fast
every speed
>drag or hop
do all of the above in various combinations until you start catching fish.

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Ultralight general! Come discuss ultralight methods and gear.
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The funniest thing for me is seeing fat people obsessed with ultralight gear. They appear to have overlooked something...
I've always been interested in bivy-tent hybrid, keep us posted anon.

Are there any ultra lightweight tents for two or one that are reasonably priced?
I bring a can of beer and make a new alcohol stove on site
stove counts as zero weight because I was going to bring the beer anyway
Did you decide to cut weight by losing the catalogue you nerd. Use your eyes next time.

Got one, used to be $22.

Seems OK for what it is. Sprayed with waterproofing. Setup take down very easy even first time.

I'm thinking about making rip stop 1.6oz cover for insulation and rain.

As other reviews say, you want to put something at your head to keep angled tent off.

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What style of tent do you recommend for camping in cold/snowy conditions?
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Anyone here have one of these? I'm seriously considering buying one in the next couple months, but it's a huge investment and I'd like to hear more opinions first.

(you're more likely to read my post if i attach a picture.)
> Hay, I'm going to buy a hammock for the winter and have cold air circle me as I try to sleep.

If you layer a shit ton of blankets in the bottom and top it could work, but generally a bad idea with any sort of wind.
You seem to forget that there are companies who make winter camping gear as a serious business. The underquilts, tarps, topcovers are designed specifically for windy winter conditions, but I digress.

Back on topic, does anyone have first hand real world experience with the kifaru 8 man tipi and the associated stove? That's what I really came here to find out.
no experience with that tent but get the square stove instead of the cylinder
the best part of a stove in your tent is making your morning tea without having to go outside the tent until your ready
you cant cook on a round stove

There's never any thread about no gear or only using nature's supplies so I decided to make one before I'm overcome with Botulism H.
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If you bump at least post something related to the thread.
Yo dawg...
>Atlatl takes forever to get right
The method in its use is rather different. A normal spear is a bit easier to master in a shorter amount of time. Once the launcher is added it is just different and takes a while. Regardless, it isn't hard, but it is hard to hit a target 70% or more of the time that you need to do before trying to actually hunt with it. That's a lot of practice. A bow is much easier in that regard.

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