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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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It's that time of year! What have you guys found recently? Pic related might be oysters but I'm not sure.
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>>1779253
it's a little tough to tell how the gills are attached there - adnexed?
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Went ovoid hunting down by the river today. Found nothings but burrs in my boots, a big ass snake, and some dead fish. Rained shortly afterward. Gonna try again tomorrow.
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I found a bunch of angels wings. They apparently kill 70 year old Japanese boomers with kidney issues. Otherwise theyre safe. should I eat them?
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This has been outside my local home Depot for over a year
I wonder if it'd be a viable substrate
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>>1768577
think i spotted something similar today

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Raw eggs

Are they good? I live in a country where you don't get sarmonella from eggs.

How long do you think they last in a backpack?
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raw and cooked eggs are disgusting
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Why is there so much bottulism in Sweden ? Every time I go there I catch it ?

https://www.foodnavigator.com/Article/2017/12/20/Sweden-investigating-botulism-infections-possibly-from-beef
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>>1779344
>Unwashed eggs will last at least two weeks unrefrigerated and three months or more in the refrigerator. Washed eggs will last at least two months in the refrigerator but won't taste as fresh as unwashed eggs of the same age.
You can easily google this, which shows to me you didn't even bother. Keep your mouth shut, retard.
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>>1779076
but thats not how it works....

Hey /out/!

Noticed quite a few threads going around regarding sailing/boating and topics related, so thought I'd try my hand at a General Thread. If it goes well, we'll try to keep them going throughout the season.

I for one just upgraded from my Catalina 22 to this Cape Dory 25. The full keel and wider beam make for a more stable boat for my usual sailing which is Singlehanding on Lake Erie.

If anyone has any questions about sailing/boat ownership, boat equipment, maintenance, or anything else related to being on the water, I'll check the thread a couple times a day and answer as best I can.

And yes powerboats are welcome.
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How do I into botes?
Is there much bureaucracy in getting a permit/certification or whatever it is you need to start sailing?
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>>1779507
Don't bother with sailing. If you weren't raised around it and don't know groups of people that sail, you're going to hate it. It's a hobbyist form of boating that only exists as recreation. You're better off starting on a lake-capable 12ft semi v and learning basics of maneuvering and operation, and working your way up to a larger boat if you decide to deal with ocean waters. Take a free online boat safety course/test that covers the basics (port/starboard, buoy/flag symbol meanings, right of way, etc.), then whatever state relevant one you may need.

Whatever you do, don't get something fancy for your first boat. It's like a motorcycle, you'll ding it a couple times. A simple jon boat you can beat to shit and it'll still float fine. Then move into bigger bass boats or jump to ocean waters with something like a small used inshore boston whaler.

Most sail boats need special launching docks because they can't move out of simple inlets with just a kicker.
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>>1779519
I just used the term like "set sail" I don't want to actual try sailing. Looks gay as shit.
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>>1777071
I'm actually out in the Puget Sound area and am going to be buying a similar kind of boat. Any tips for beginners? I have a little bay near me wear I plan to practice maneuvers (haven't sailed since I was a little kid) but the end goal is to try and sail to Friday Harbor or Port Townsend from Whidbey.
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>>1777670
WTF, is that Nibiru? 1 O'clock.

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Yes I fucked up.
>QTDDTOT
>Questions that don't deserve their own thread
There are no wrong questions. Be aware it's summer and corona has bought even more retardation to the board.
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>>1779385
i refuse to believe there isn't something out there
and I'd rather spend an hour finding it now than always have to live with some stupid compromise forever
also how will light manufacturers ever learn when we accept their bullshit and continue buying subpar products
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>>1779299
>>1779369
Also it’ll probably be a weekend trip. I don’t live close to any where to camp, so should I drive to like a state park and just walk in around till I go to the campsite? I’m sure I sound like a retard but I legitimately don’t get it
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>>1779399
>>1779369
I'm slightly confused by your location situation, I'm just going to assume you're going to a state park then walking off into an area a few miles in to camp? Or are you going to a place that has campsites and all those amenities like car camping does?

Either way, I would just google simple stuff like places to hike in your area, maps of state parks you can camp at in your area, etc. There's a lot of resources out there that will show you where to go.

There's a ton of cheap water filtration methods based upon what you want to bring and what you'll be doing with it. Backpacking isn't all that different, just know where you're allowed to go, don't trespass, don't get shot, etc.
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Boomer here, need a new family tent, as we are 5 stong now.

Was looking hopefully at pic related, but I seem to see quite a few bad reviews which leaves me a little skittish.

Any recommendations?
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Is it easy to have sex with strangers on the trail?

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Old thread: >>1775745

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>>1779446
Fry them or pickle them, personally I can't want for fall to make hot pickled green tomatoes again
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>>1779601
what they look good still
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is fertalizer becoming a meme
i see normal faggots always over fertilizing there plants
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>>1779612
Wouldn't that require more than one cherry sized tomato?
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>>1779615
>is fertalizer becoming a meme
no? pretty sure everything needs nutrients

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I hike a trail where these are not allowed, but still encounter some shit heal zooming by at 30 mph almost hitting me and my dog. What kind of trap could I make to destroy their bikes? I would do the fishing wire across some trees trick but horses are allowed on the trail and I don't want to hurt the horses.
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>>1777876
>tearing up the trail
Rain "tears up" the trail too. Ban rain!!
>scaring off the wildlife
So does your gay dog, gay horse, gay bushcraft gear clanking around, and ur horrible body odor
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>>1774955
>a single person in a large demographic not behaving perfectly as judged by me relieves me of my own responsibilities to not be a gigantic annoying faggot
okay
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>>1773967
>1773967
>he says after recognising him instantly
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>>1779554
Your an retard
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>>1773987
Based SR1911 carrier

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All they had to do was trim the branches
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>>1779517
Exactly, If I wasn't already buzzed id hop in my car and take photos of local Asplundh carnage
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>thats a pretty nice tree you got there, be a shame if something happened to it
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>>1779402
They cut the branches off of a bunch of trees where I used to live. Literally just left the trunk standing bare. Took years for anything meaningful to grow back, it was just twigs growing out of branch stumps for several streets. Disgusting.
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>>1779417
Cromwell is a real dump huh? Suburb hell like you read about.
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>>1779402
How the fuck do they just leave that beautiful cedar just laying there

What is your favorite /out/ movie?
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>>1753815
Dersu Uzala
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>>1758707
suicide
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>>1762763

what about Nausicäa, Totoro or castle in the sky?
At least those have more of an /out/ message to them. But every ghibli film has great Outdoor scenery
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>>1777197
fantastic
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>>1773913
based

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I have lived in the woods off and on all of my life...ask away
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>>1779474
haha like what... don't piss into the wind, don't turn your back on the ocean, be more specific and maybe i can come up with something good
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>>1779474
ok maybe this..if you live in an area where there is kudzu, don't plant your garden until after it fully comes out, that shit knows when the last killing frost/freeze is going to happen
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if i seem s bit combative maybe this will explain it..started on /b/ lived on /pol/ for a while, then /k/, realized that i was in the ssme room with untermenschen who masturbated to cartoons of children loli, then got tired of nigger this and jooz that, gun snobs egad, now here I am, by far the sanest and most civilized so far, hope I can learn some things add to the knowledge base
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>>1777338
Your are the guy who always stumbles into my campsites at the end of the day and talks my ear off all night long about crazy and degenerate shit while I’m trying to relax. I’m always too polite to ask you to leave
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>>1779479
Jansport is pretty good about their warranties. Sent a 10 year old pack in with a broken zipper and the replaced both zippers without question. I did similar with my big North Face pack... no questions... they just did it. Buy quality, friends

#320-“Mister Fister” Edition

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>>1775219

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

First for best telescopic rod is the one you exchanged for a 3pc.

Talk about fishin
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>>1779619
The colours are so beautiful.
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>>1779619
>>1779620
All caught on a bead head hare's ear, 3wt fly rod.
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Caught some Largescale suckers on some worms earlier. Not much of a fight even with the bigger fish but still better than nothing.

Is there any flies that these guys (or pikeminnow) will take? I’m going to try fly fishing for the first time and imagine pikeminnow would be the easiest to get a feel for the rod and everything
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>>1779624
Suckers are bottom feeders so it may be counter-productive to use a fly rod.
Perhaps you should try weighted (bead head) nymphs fished near bottom. Or use similar flies used to catch carp since they're bottom feeders as well.
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is it worth it to get a kayak bros? dicey finding spots to fly cast from lakeshores due to all the vegetation, and finding good rivers to wade is hard with the blue ridge closed down

Pic related, birch bark. The absolute best natural tinder you could hope to find. A small amount of this stuffed in your pockets and dried with your body heat is all you need for tinder.

Any other plants that outdoorsman must know about?
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>>1779630

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Does anyone know what this knife is designed for? It's far thinner than knives of this size and seems to have been designed with a specific purpose in mind
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>>1779625
My best guess would be a birding knife, to de-breast birds, or a filet knife for fish.

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Hello /out/, this is Elon Musk. As you may or may not already know, my dank rocket launch was just cancelled over a couple of clouds. To tell you the truth, I have not been outside in a long time, so I totally forgot to include the weather in my calculations. Turns out Florida is actually a pretty wet place - who knew, right?

Anyway, I need to know more about this weather thing before my next attempt. Do you have any good resources? Nothing paywalled, my stoks aren't looking so good right now so I may have to start saving for retirement in case we have to cancel next launch due to a small bird flying over the area.
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>>1778285
QFT. That's where the commercial outlets get their forecasts from.
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https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mammatus_cloud
I miss thunderstorms
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>>1778492
>literally a MOMMY cloud
kek
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>>1778263
Rare cloud, similar to mammatus cloud. Heavier cloud aka waterdropplets weighs down some areas of the cloud thats why it looks wavy and creepy like
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nice weather today

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has there ever been a successful /out/ meetup?
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>>1777683

Not from out but it's a great way to bang subaru chicks
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>>1777644
/out/ /out/
>show up in period costumes
>can't walk >10 miles
>litter
>shit and don't bury it
>shoot marmot because they thought it was a bear
>cut down 5000 year old tree for bushcrafting and batonning
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>>1777644
another aus anon and myself found out we work at the same store, i'd say thats pretty successful.
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>>1777785
seconded, would be e z with a geocaching app
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>>1779572
I am leaving 4channel forever goodbye


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