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Have any of you dove and or encountered sharks? If so, could you share your experiences?

I'm deathly afraid of sharks, are they really all that bad? Going on a course which involves a lot of surface swimming with fins so I'm shitting bricks!!
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>>1489393
Nigger
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I've dove with multiple flavors of sharks off of the coast of Florida. Hammerhead, Lemon, Blacktip, Nurse, and one cheeky blue shark.

Also a few barracuda but they're just shark-posers.

Anyways, first thing, swear to god, they told me in Dive School was this; "Sharks are more afraid of you, than you are them." And that's the damn truth. They're undersea buzzards for a lack of a better analogy and timid as shit unless their is food.

We were spearing fish in this place called 'Shark Canyon' (great name). Back when feeding sharks was legal in FL people used to do it there all the time. But it ain't allowed anymore so we were doing it so we could feed this Goliath Grouper who was following us around.

Long story short a shitton of sharks showed up cause the poor fucks thought it was feeding time again but instead they just got disappointment and circled us in heavy currents for a while before fucking off when we did.

I like em, personally.

Oh, and you're more likely to die in an airplane crash than get bitten by a shark under normal circumstances. Unless you fucking cut your wrists underwater. Then you're just acting like dying prey, and like any good buzzards, they'll come and check you out.
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Never been diving but I've caught a few sharks on rod and reel in the gulf. Biggest one was maybe 4.5ft. Always released them pretty quickly after I landed them.
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>>1489216
t. Shark
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>>1489210
Swam with schools of leopard sharks

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what's the book to learn how to build a log cabin? or just /out/ books in general thread
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>>1494392
They're great if you're inclined toward engineering. Turn your entire house into a rocket stove lol.
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>>1492569
Build a cabin Walden -Henry David Thoreau
/out/ books in general
Leaves of Grass - Walt Whitman
Bear - Marian Engel
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Your cabin in the woods by Conrad Meinecke. Written in the 40s, still a beautiful book.
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>>1492569
The Forest Service had a video series discussing building and repairing cabins. I believe that you can find all the episodes on Youtube. Here are a few.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YKGpkTgU1Fo

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qEs2jo6LjN4

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=udsE8qZoJZg
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Bump

/out/ doggs
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>>1493502
it's okay buddy. we've all been there.
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>tfw my husky Frosty died of cancer in 1985 when I was 3 or 4, and it still stings
I'm not religious or anything but man, one of the happiest things I can imagine is being reunited with him in some afterlife. he looked after me from the day they took me home from the hospital and I'll never forget him.
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>>1497708
Youll get elderly and forget everything you love at some point.
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>>1497710
based on my family history yes that's probably true. although, i work with old people and a lot of them have dementia or alzheimers and they can't remember their daughter's husband's name or what they had for breakfast, but they remember every detail of their lives up until about 30

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Best backpack for Water-hiking?
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>>1497674
>fricking
WHEN WILL YOU LEARN
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>>1497674
Then why do they call pooping a movement?
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>>1497674
>never cruised with your girl on a romantic beach on a fornicycle
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>>1497681
>cycle
you mean circular legs
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>>1497675

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Hi, /out/. I have never posted here before. I am from /k/

Basically, I recently started dating a girl who is really into fishing and, while I am an outdoorsy guy, I have never actually been fishing. Never really gave the sport much thought until now.

How do I get into fishing? Where do I even start? I want to be able to share the hobby with her. I realize that's a pretty broad question, but I'm curious. How did you start?

Thank u frens
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Learn to tie a fisherman’s knot. Can’t fish if your hook isn’t attached.
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>>1496871
Catalog
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Buy a rod/reel combo. Also a pack of spoons, bobbers, hooks, sinkers, and a stringer. Then a jar of powerbait and a license.

Go to your state's dnr website and check the trout stocking schedule. Find the most recent plant in your county.
https://wdfw.wa.gov/fishing/reports/stocking/trout-plants

Look up a YouTube video of casting your chosen reel. Go to the dock and make sure there's nobody behind you. The spoons are used by casting, then reeling in at various speeds. Jerk the rod straight up if you feel a bite.
Cut a length of line to use the bait. Tie one end to the bobber, and the other to the hook (I use a Turle knot, since it's so simple). The bait will float, so add the sinker to determine how high up you want it to be. Take a wad of bait larger than your hook and knead it to cover the whole thing.
Jerk as your bobber twitches.

Jam the needle end of your stringer through the gill side and out the mouth of your first catch. Run it through the ring, and tie the end to the dock (clove hitch). Limit in my state is 5, so I catch 4 and release unless I get a big one. String the fish BEFORE removing the hook.

If you're not obnoxious with it, pier fishing is a social activity. Talk about what works, what others have caught. They'll be happy to answer intermittent questions. Also, the dock is a smoking area. Get over it, or fish elsewhere.
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>>1496871
let her teach you. women don’t get a lot of opportunities to teach us things or be better at something than us. it’ll make you two closer if you let her have this rather than learn everything you can before you go.
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Learn from her. She wont think any less of you and will be fucking ecstatic you're interested in her hobby.

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Does anyone have ideas for a shelter? I have tryed a lean to but wasn't satisfied.
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>>1493869
This
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>>1493766
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xFzJ3sH0JuY
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>>1493869
A 50 Megaton nuclear blast
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>>1497645

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>>1497191
Please explain
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>>1497191
a butter knife?
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>>1497220
it's actually a double d edge (that means it's actually a straight edge with guards to keep the sharpness) spreader
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>>1497008
heavy duty
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>>1497191
That's even uglier than the one posted by OP

What are your favorite types of wildlife to see while /out/?
Pic related, smile every time I see them
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Definitely turtles. I once stumbled on what I assume was two turtles in the delicate act of foreplay; a smallish turtle was banging himself repeatedly and loudly (which was how I found them) on a much larger (at least double his size) turtle. They stopped when they saw me, and I felt bad for the little guy whose chance to score I disrupted.

Pic related, I had to fish that shit out of my derelict flickr account. Please excuse the color editing, I was playing around wit that stuff at the time (three years ago).
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>>1497409
(cont)
I also see dead animals every once in a while, mostly cows since I walk along grazing areas a lot. While not exactly something that's nice to see, there's a sad beauty to it I think. Especially when they pose as dramatically as this one did.
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>>1497414
Neat. How long usually do the animals you find sit around before they're nothing but bones?
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whenever i see bulletboys it will always make my /out/day
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Massive reptiles that have existed on this planet for millions of years. The T. rex and the Raptor might have devolved into modern-day chickens, but I can’t help but stare in wonder every time I see these beautiful modern dinosaurs

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*blocks your path*

This ma season now, Softskin
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>>1497562
Ok but in how large of an area? we have far more caves per square mile here in WV. You can't even get close to competing with Greenbrier and Pocahontas counties.
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>>1497565
Thank you for proving my point. Greenbrier county WV has 1199 publicized caves.
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>>1497567
How did that prove your point? White county has more (1221) than Greenbrier, and TN has the largest undeground lake, the widest cave biodiversity in the US, etc.

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How many trees can you identify in your area? I can only do a few so far. What's it like knowing every species in the woods at a glance?
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>>1497542
Muddin’ in a Prius
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>>1497555
This is the stupidest thing I have ever seen.
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>>1497358
It's hard to say exactly, but basically some combination of temperatures, elevation, sunlight, etc will support different plant life. The plants you'd consistently see at 400' will be different than the ones you see at 1400' (for trees, heavy oak may give way to pine). On a twisty trail there will be sections with significantly more greening in spring than others, probably because of sunlight (or more noticeably, in winter, one area will have a frozen ground and another will not, again because of sunlight). And of course the presence of water changes things quite a bit.
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Almost all of them. I have trouble with the smaller shrubs but the big trees are easy

t. Forced to take a dendrology class
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I know all of the trees in my area and most scientific names. I know about 100 species of plants and some scientific names. It's extremely fun but it's hard to get people to go for walks and just stop and look at plants with you. My gf will let me talk at her and stop to look at stuff. Getting yourself a good i.d. guide is necessary to learn plants but there's so many shitty ones that it's really hard to finally find one that works well. The only other way is to have someone teach you. I learned from a combination of both.

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Where were you when the mist rolled in?

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=TBxlxI0QJrk
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>>1497529
20 seconds in this faggot is trying to sell me something. SAGE

Florida thread for meetups and discussion of places to explore and check out!

Any fellow Volusia boys floating around?
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Not even close to Florida but I’ll bump this to help you out
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954 Here, welcome to the swamp

Feel free to post tobaccos (no weed allowed), pipes, collections, pics of favorite combos for going /out/, pics of what you're doing with your pipe and any questions you might have.

Want to get into smoking pipes without spending too much cash?
Get a Missouri Meerschaum Legend corncob pipe and a pouch of either Prince Albert, Carter Hall or Half and Half tobacco, available at most drugstores.
What you'll need: pipe, tobacco, lighter or matches, pipe cleaners, and either a regular old nail or a pipe tool (combination tamper, scoop, and small pick).
All of these together should run you less than $20.

Having trouble keeping your pipe lit? Fill it with less tobacco and smoke it slower than you think you need to, lightly tamping as needed when the smoke starts thinning out.
If you're still having trouble, try filling your pipe this way:
https://youtu.be/0XHYPso7TXs


Old thread >>12140386
Come on in and get comfy.
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>>1492599
faggots the lot of you
>>1497252
proof from above
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>>1497377
>faggots the lot of you
You say this like this is a new discovery, and yet you’re on 4chan.
Are you really that retarded?
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>>1493698
>sent from my iphone while at the bar
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>>1497252
its true, your fat mother often snacks on my dick
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>>1497454
Well it's not big enough for a meal.

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why does this not appear to be a thing?
I've been looking for one for like 2 hours and found nothing.

all I want is a spear like pic related but telescopic, very surprised there's not even one in existence.

anybody know if
https://www.amazon.com/Danielson-Quick-Release-Spear-Telescoping-Handle/dp/B006L11EY8/ref=asc_df_B006L11EY8/?tag=bingshoppinga-20&linkCode=df0&hvadid={creative}&hvpos={adposition}&hvnetw=o&hvrand={random}&hvpone=&hvptwo=&hvqmt=e&hvdev=c&hvdvcmdl={devicemodel}&hvlocint=&hvlocphy=&hvtargid=pla-4583520382646899&psc=1
and
https://www.amazon.com/Smith-Wesson-SW8-Filled-Handle/dp/B00I1XQV38/ref=sr_1_4?keywords=survival+spear&qid=1555384522&s=sporting-goods&sr=1-4
can be combined?
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>>1496134
US americans are absolutely retarded, aren't they?
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>>1497430
You just say Americans, retard.
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>>1495843
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>>1497469
didn't want to insult anyone else living on the continent
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>>1497513
too late you already did by thinking we'd be insulted by people calling Americans Americans

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I really want an axe to call my own but I have no spare income and can't ask my parents for money. I really want something that can truly be mine and I could pass down to my children but I only have like 50 or so dollars saved. I don't want a synthetic handle because I've tried it out on other to tools and just can't get behind it. Sorry for the bad format, I'm on mobile. Any help /out/?
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>>1496392
It's called a Nata. Personally I'd just get an axe but hey, give it a try. If it was used for hundreds and hundreds of years it probably is decent for what it was used for, which was splitting kindling and chopping small branches.
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>>1495879
>>1495960
He could be Jesus Fucking Christ, white boy + dreads = opinion irreverent
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>>1495830
Old growth trees have a much stronger grain structure than young ones. Old growth forests stopped being available for general logging in the 60's. Hence the degradation in quality of pretty much everything wood these days.
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>>1496423
(you) retarded+inbred=opinion irrelevant
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>>1495827
this /thread


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