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#455-“THICC CARP” Edition

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>>2462831

janny pls…

Thinking about picking up a new hobby? Want to get a memecaster? Haven't mastered the Palomar knot? Click here!
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First for best telescopic rod is the one you exchanged for a 3pc.

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>>2468318
>How do you repair nicks in rod rings? I ran a q-tip through my guides and two of them seem to be causing problems. Cost me 5 lures today from snap offs.
They're generally referred to as rod guides or eyelets, not rings. You'll need to replace both of them. You're probably using braid, and braid wears grooves in cheap rod guide inserts.
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>>2468302
Gotcha, I was thinking they should function the same, but I'll go get some circle hooks. Thank you
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>>2468355
>Gotcha, I was thinking they should function the same, but I'll go get some circle hooks. Thank you
God no, there are probably thousands of different hook configuration and size combinations, and most do exist for good reason.

I had a an experience similar to, yet almost opposite the opposite of, yours: I was out at night at a lake seeing if I could catch catfish off a dock, was using big circle hooks and slivers of hot dogs. I ended up catching smallmouth after smallmouth, and I mean almost every cast would bring in a smallmouth.

I stopped after the sixth (in like ten minutes) because the sixth was the second fish that had swallowed or otherwise been injured by the big circle hooks, and I didn't want to continue with it.
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Do any of you guys filet your own fish? I am interested
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>>2468392
>Do any of you guys filet your own fish?
Um, well duh. Who else would do it?

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You do have a pawpaw patch to pick from, don't you anon? If not, you're missing out.
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I just bought some land and have two decent pawpaw groves but no fruit. As far as I can tell the only reason they wouldn't have fruit is that they weren't pollinated?

I'm getting some offsite pawpaws and will plant near each grove with the hope of getting some nice fruit in the future
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>>2466506
Pawpaws are supposedly not self-fertile, so one plant (i.e. patch) will not pollinate itself. If the patches are far apart the pollinators might not be making it between the two. I believe you can hand-pollinate with a paintbrush, and some people say hanging some meat in the trees to rot can attract pollinators. It could also be that they're not old enough to set fruit. It can take 6 or 7 years. Of course if you're trees are 30 feet high then they're probably mature enough.

>>2466080
5/5 breddy gud. Congrats on finding them.

>>2466364
You could check farmers markets or see if your state has a pawpaw festival.
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the pawpaws i found are sort of bitter, I was reading you could partially freeze them and that helps? anyone know anything abouvtkkp2t that
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>>2456533
Nice anon. There are a few spots around me but they are a fair distance and sometimes get eaten by deer or other foragers so that's why I have my own tree in my yard and have a dozen or so seedlings ready for planting next year.

As for sumac, depending where you are it's probably a little late in the season. The good stuff that gives it's nice sour flavour is water soluble which is why sumac lemonade is an easy thing to make. But it also means that once the sumac flowers are ripe, every time it rains some of that tastiness gets washed away. Pick it early next year for peak deliciousness.
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>>2466885
In my experience, if they’re bitter, they’re too ripe. We’re they spotted or turning purple at all?

Harvested a little over 3lbs of chestnuts yesterday, and the tree is still completely full.

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I'm so fucking lonely and lack a lot of hiking knowledge to go explore into the woods by myself. Would it be a good idea to look for hiking groups online and set up meet ups so I can meet hiking partners in the hopes that I'll gain enough knowledge through them to be able to venture into the woods by myself? I don't know what else to do, winter is almost here and I haven't hiked at all, my plan was to get used to hiking this summer and start taking mountaineering courses in the winter, and tackle a couple peaks before next summer, but at this rate I'm stuck. How safe would it be to do it? Will I just get raped and murdered by some stranger in the woods?
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>>2468143
16/f/colorado

u?
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>>2468144
Be careful, wait until you are older
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>>2468144
What this anon said >>2468277. Don't meet random 4channers.
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>>2468142
Facebook hiking groups
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>>2468144
If serious lmao. Don't get raped anonette. You can likely find some people in your age group or check if there's a college hiking group nearby and contact them. Lord knows all the Boulder chicks claim to be ourdoorsy

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What brand and what type of clothing do you guys wear for hiking and camping in your own areas? What brands have you had good luck with and which brands are known for terrible quality. Is it better to buy the cheaper stuff that way you're not worried about getting it scuffed or dirty? What do you guys wear, shirts, jackets, hats, pants, boots, shoes, and where do you hike?
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>>2467480
I had the army approved version of those when I was in, I hated them. Way too thin. I was doing a training exercise once and stepped on a board with a nail in it, melted straight through the sole and into my foot. Gave them away after that.
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>>2467432
You look weird in a cool way
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>>2467420
is that to replace a down jacket around camp? i imagine its way too thick and warm to hike in until negatives.
>>2467480
stop listening to tactical fags they're never over 20yo.
>>2468106
all boots have shockingly bad puncture resistance. foam sole ones, leather sole ones, all of them. the highest i have seen tested only survive around 220lbs from a standard deck nail. if you hike places where punctures are a worry trailrunners are the best, as a lot of models have carbon plates with over 20x the penetrative resistance a boot sole would have. the whole rest of the shoe is less protective though. so its a trade off.
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>>2468272
long baggy shorts gang

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Shaer your comfy stories and pictures from this autumn.
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>>2468235
I need a /brit/out/ wife right fucking now. Every slightly interesting girl I talk to is in a relationship or at least pretends to be it's not funny anymore.
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This is the third brit thread on /out/ right now and half the posts are this same underage larper, give it a rest.
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>>2468280
The only country with its own thread on /out/
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>>2468291
Every board must have at least one /brit/ thread
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Heading up to Aviemore this week to hit some 4000ers.

How do you fix a blow-up sleeping pad? Is duct tape enough?
I'm worried it'll break on my 2 week trip since it's quite a cheap one (pic related).
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>>2466614
Deflating and packing up your pad will eventually create micro holes to the airproof film inside the pad. This is more likely scanario than actually sleeping over a sharp object that goes through your tent floor and pad.
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>>2466465
depends on the material. if it's pvc, you can get patch kits easily.
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>>2467139
what i triet to say is, be sure to get the right patch for whatever material your thing is.
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>>2466800
Maybe If you use the special things instead of the duct tape your repairs will last longer than 2 weeks.
My patches with tear aid are now years old, and are as good as the first day.
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>>2466465
i successfully fixed this random girls queen size air mattress at a music festival with a piece of gorilla tape and a lighter. warm up the tape, stick it over the hole, inflate, then stick it in her hole. it held up

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Here is me paddling around in my countrys forbidden water-cleaning area.

https://youtu.be/HhsYoO9EEYU
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>>2467488
The wooden shoes would act as floatation devices.
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>>2467583
>YURU CAMP: 2
>PLANET EARTH: 0
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threadly reminder this anon spams his new videos with nigger porn thumbnails on /pol/
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will i fuck things up if i mount my kayak fins here? Cant mount 1 on protruding 'tail' in the middle
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>>2467083
What kind of kayak is that?

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Why haven't you gone /out/ innadesert yet?
What, are you scared of a little heat anon?
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>>2353165
abbey would like a word with you
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>>2462489
No u
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>>2463426
Okay cold soaker
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>>2443989
Love this guy, he actually is the same one that recovered SR-71 prototype wreckage as well.
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>>2460376
fail

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SAK replacement edition, pic related.
Need some recommendations folks, $100 tops. Trying to decide if I stick with a SAK, move to a folder or perhaps even a small fixed blade.
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>>2468285
I'm not clicking that shitty dutch clickbait, but that looks like a stock Lauri blade, 80crv2 if it's the carbon steel model and they run about $10-15 just for the blank. They're used on just about every factory puukko like your Ahti and Woodsknife and are good blades.
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>>2466922
Well if that small choil is so important, you could add one in to a knife with a round file.
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>>2468303
technically yeah if it doesn't make the knife less useful e.g. sacrificing blade length
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>>2467297
>>2467310
this is very true. mora's carbon steel rusts within a few minutes just from the air here in washington if you go near the sound or coast.
we're a state cars don't rust in too. i reckon just looking at a carbon steel blade funny somewhere in the rust belt where the air itself penetrates rust protection and rots cars stored inside of car garages its even worse lol.
>>2467756
there's some disadvantages. clip point tips break the easiest and the thrust isn't always in line with the blade depending on the design. still, clip point's good enough for a lot of militaries and its one of the better points for thrusting.
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>>2468285
>>2468286
>dutch clickbait
I hate those two fags so much it's unreal
I sincerely fucking hate them and their shitty videos
Their fanboys are even bigger faggots, I hope everyone who watches these hacks severs a tendon and dies of tetanus

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Anyone have experience with hiking in Greece?
I'll go on a two-week trip across the Peloponnes this November.
Will be sleeping in a tent most of the time.
Anyone know if there's usually already snow in November in the Taygetos mountains?
Any tips are appreciated.
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>>2468323
>Multicam like camo, some kind of chest rig, quad
Yeah there's 100% chance rapefugees hidden in the Greek countryside will mistake you for law enforcement.
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>>2468328
Don't forget the drone.
I see this as an absolute, if unintended, win. Put the fear of Allah back in 'em kek.
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>>2468326
Well, if your father had taught you how to be polite, you would have had that information by now. But instead, you grew up to be an insufferable zoomer who won't get any more (you)'s from me.
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>>2468335
Dude this is still 4chan for fucks sake, grow a pair. Imagine still being salty the next day for being told cars aren't /out/
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>>2468347

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What's a good compass?
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>>2467163
Us army standard. Really good if you know how to use it.

I learned on a cammenga but use a suunto mc-2, out side of the map and a shitty little garmin etrex hcx gps
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I don't need one. I just remember which way I'm going
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>>2464022
Don't fall for this meme, especially if you have bad eyesight.
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>blocks your path
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>>2468093
link please. i must consoooom this product immediately

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>I go /out/ anywhere i want.
>I don't have to find a hideout place, like (You)
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what the fuck is this map?
>denmark
>any central european country
wild camping is not generally permitted
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>>2468289
Same in Germany with the Turks.
What are the minorities afraid of?
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>>2468311
I honestly don't know. It feels like the only other people who somewhat enjoy being outdoors are East Asians.
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>>2468311
>What are the minorities afraid of?
white people actually doing what they'd like to do when the law is not around
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>>2468369
Kek

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Mushroom hunting. Post your finds, whether for eating or just cool-looking fungus. The last one went well and season is upon us.

I will start with a double stem Boletus edulis.

Don't eat anything you can't identify.
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>>2468065
No, amanita muscaria is not toxic for liver, and is a no words experience, your shity drunkard description is -1000% what amanita is.
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Found this beautiful Amanita Rubescens. The bright white of the skirt really pops with this one
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>>2468176
Also found these two that I haven't been able to identify. They smell *strongly* of caramel, especially the dried-up one. I also just love the waviness of the gills of the dried-up one.
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>>2468182
That is most likely Lactarius Helvus. Its smell is described as being similar to that of maple syrup and/or caramel. However, I wouldn't say that's what it is for sure.
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>>2467033
Keeps getting better. I think I need a bigger basket

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Guys I have a good feeling about 2023 and our odds of getting the community going.

If we each do a small part to push forward we can make this happen
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>>2468356
Interesting perspective.
Let me ask you this.
Have you ever gone a decade without being able to find a consensual sex partner that did not require cash payment ?
If not a decade, what is the longest youve gone trying to get laid but failing?
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>>2468356
Then there's the potentially severe consequences of hitting on a straight male who's also homophobic
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>>2468359
you trannies can't stay out of these threads
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>>2468366
My guy, I'm here laughing at the faggots, how the fuck am I the tranny?
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>>2468360
Sure gays can find partners if they have absolutely no standards. For guys like me it's more difficult. You have to sift through a bunch of undesirables constantly pestering you and even threatening you. Grindr is a shitshow (I deleted the app years ago) and trying to distinguish between gay and straight males IRL can be exhausting. Pursuing a straight, homophobic male can have severe consequences, even in 2022. Straight males don't have to deal with any of that. Rejection stings but it's not the worst outcome desu

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If you were going to live OTG in America, and I mean truly OTG with your own custom-built house, your own water source, your own food, everything you might need out in the middle of nowhere, where would you go?
It seems like the eastern seaboard is off limits to OTGers. Everything there is already owned by someone. If there was going to be a place that could truly be called "wilderness" nowadays it would be somewhere out in the west, probably in the Rockies or the desert.
What do you guys think? Where would you go, what would you do? Are there any existing communities like this that aren't psycho new age cults?
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>>2468105
i'd go to narnia, because it's just as realistic as the criteria you're setting out.

i'd hang out and get shitfaced with the satyrs. they seem to know how to party.
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As close as you can get to the center of the Olympic peninsula. It rains about 9 months out of the year on a daily basis. There's flowing water everywhere. You can just plant shit, do nothing, and it'll grow. All the wildlife hangs out there because they have no need to go to the coast towards the 101.
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#1 is unpolluted & easily accessible water, so a stream or groundwater for a well

everything else is easy. water is heavy and needed daily, so you want it within short walking distance of your property.


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