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Hey /out/. First time poster... 1 posts and 0 image replies omitted. Click to view.
Hey /out/. First time poster and new hunter here. Got drawn for cow elk here in based AZ. Don't know where yet, only know that Game and Fish hit my card, so I got picked. Somewhere up on the Mogollon Rim, hoping for 4A,4B,3A,3C (AZ fags might know) but I'm just thrilled to be going. I know next to nothing about animal killing, but at least I'm /k/ and /out/ certified. Been on one failed hunt (I had no license or gun, just assisting), and have some things to improve on. I know I need to work on scent reduction, and I want to scout our area this time, see what we're getting into, but shit I'm rambling by now, does anyone, especially AZfags, have some tips to help bag one? Rifle btw. Slow board, I'll check in an hour or so with more questions and or responses.
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Until now, I have been mostly going out in military stuff. BDU pants, some random cheapo windproof jacket and an actually pretty good backpack. I'm in the point of feeling like needing something more from my /out/erwear. So, what do you wear while /out/? I'm really looking into investing in some outerwear soon, not really depending on money, but I am not really sure what to get. A jacket, pants and a good pair of shoes most likely. I live in Finland, and right now it's pretty ideal to go into the woods as much as you can, since it's not too warm, or chilly + no flies or mosquitos swarming all over. Pic unrelated

Is garmin the choice?

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Hey /out/ house Planning a long trek through some dense woods, but I'm trying to make sure I don't get turned around. Would a Garmin GPS be a good choice or are they not really worth it? Plus I heard online someone mention they don't function offline out of of satellite range, is that true
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I want to get into rock climbing /out/. Where should I start? I don't know anyone who rock climbs. (pic unrelated)
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I bought a green pepper plant from a local plant fair the other day. It's still quite a babby. I was just wondering if anyone could give me some tips on plant care as I've never really done serious gardening or any kind of plant care in general. I live in Florida, and as the spring slowly ends, the weather will be roughly low 70s/high 80s, and anywhere between the 50s/70s during night (until summer, when it will be fucking hot and muggy all the time). Would it be best to keep it indoors by a windowsill, or should I leave it outside? I worry that a rainstorm, heavy winds, or the neighbor's dog will fuck it over while I'm at work. How often should I water it? I've heard that they shouldn't be given too much water, but I don't know how much is "too much." Lastly, at what point should I place it in a pot, and which size would be best?

Canoe Thread

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Searched through the catalogue and didn't find a relevant thread. Just started building a Canoe out of plywood and figured you guys might like to see the progress. Only two pic's so far because that's as much as I've done, more pics tomorrow when I continue. Anyone Else built there own Canoes

Summer School Project

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Doing a project over the summer for school that requires I camp for a significant length of time. 8 weeks, Monday night to Friday night, have to hike in 2 miles. The majority of my camping has been at campgrounds, but this will be myself, in the middle of nowhere. Please look over what I am planning to bring, and suggest improvements. Shelter- >Thick 40F polyamide sleeping bag for a sleeping mat >Summer Sleeping Bag (US Surplus) to sleep in >Thick rubberized tarp as a ground sheet >Shitty Gander Mountain 2 person tent Food- >Pot Holder for holding pot over fire >Shitty camp pot >Lighter >Small jar of Everclear >Miso Mix >Dried Sausage >Assorted MRE guts from my ratfuck box >3L Camelbak >2x 1Q Canteen >Possibly a case of water bottles >Water Purification tablets Project- >Tape Measure >Graph Paper Journals >Protractor Device >Vegetation Field Guide >Pack of Pens Odds and Ends- >Headlamp >Maglite >Extra Batteries >Ereader >Multitool >Opinel >Cell Phone >wet wipes >pajamas I'm probably forgetting something.
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Hello. Watch My newest /out/Adventure. Girls Girls Girls? Ha Ha Ha. Sorry I'am a lil autist an drunk. While typing this. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r0J-s58tpXw
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Hey /out/. I'm new to the outdoors and I'll be visiting Banff this June. I'm planning on doing a few day hikes while there. What kind of things should I pack with me and what's appropriate attire for things like this? I originally was going to go with denim, but I've seen in a couple threads that its probably not a good idea. Any recommendations / tips? Thanks.
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What type of tree is this? The seedy things smell like tomatoes. Im return tits
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Looking for recommendations on places to camp/backpack in Sequoia National Park. I have been going with some buddies the past two years to a spot in Kings Canyon somewhat near Hume Lake and General Sherman tree. We are really interested in going for a 4 night 3 day trip this time and would like to car camp 1 or 2 nights and backpack 1 or 2 nights. I'm looking for recommendations about where to car camp that we could also easily go on a nice backtrip from. What we really want to do is backpack into an area where we can have a lake or stream all to ourselves. We want to fish/swim and just be away from anything. Any and all recommendations welcome. Due to fitness constraints of people in the party probably 7 miles is our maximum range for a single day of backpacking.


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I am not sure if this is the right place to post this but I am wondering if there are any archaeologists on here that would like to share their experiences on digs they have gone on.
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poorfag here dont have near 50 bucks to spend on a license here in CA new to fishing (as an adult) any tips on how not to get caught?

Naked and Marooned

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So after people saying over and over again that I should watch "naked and Marooned, because it's so real, and it's such a survival show"...and mostly, I'm not that disapointed. It's kinda silly that they make such a big show at the start of the first episode that he spent nine months preparing for this...and then he took many, many days to make fire, and continually consumed raw snails which could be carrying brain parasites...If I were doing 9 months of prep, looking at the local food sources would be step one. The reality is, there are two occasions in the first season he'd most likely have died without medical help, either from his kit or from his emergency kit...and I RESPECT that. This guy has skills, experience, and a lot of tenacity and he almost didn't make it a few times. He does all kinds of stupid shit...his shelter design is over-ambitious, it would have been fine half as tall, with a deeper pitch. He'd have been in in days. He could have had it completed in a day if he'd done his base without braiding his leaves and just tossing a pile of leaves a foot thick over it...but I mean, that's a personal choice thing, and he had other shelter. Whatever. But then It got to the goat. He's been trying to kill a goat for...the entire time he's been on the island...and then he walks along and the goat is "Stuck". Look as this screenshot. It's antler is wrapped, tightly, many, many times in the vine. That is so fucking staged it's not even funny. Thoughts? Am I imagining things, or is the Piss-drinker levels of fakeness?
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looking for a new mattress, been spotting the thermarest trail pro. anyone who has any experience with thermarest? I've had it with these cheap mattresses that get holes in them so easily. i'm open to all kinds of suggestions but the specs i'm looking for are: - not easily punctured - compact packing size - about 2 inch thickness >also: trekking mattresses general
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