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hey /out, first time poster here. looking to go on a 5 day private hunting trip in alaska this summer, with the intention of bagging some big game. i'm an expert archer (custom bowtech carbon knight "nightingale" with 70 lb draw weight and moving at about 330 fps), and have a mossberg 500 punisher for personal protection/support, so i'm good as far as hunting armaments are concerned. what i'm less trained in is survival gear. here's what i've got so far: eberlestock j107M dragonfly bag with buttbucket bow mount, super spike duffel attachment and 3l water system buck hunting knife; ultra-layered carbon ka-bar; estee 10-inch junglas ACR aqualink 406 2882 personal locator beacon suunto core military watch outdoor edge field-dressing/butcher kit meat packs with cheesecloth and several pairs of plastic gloves grambel and pulley system, with 30 ft of high-density rope, for hanging garmin oregon 650t handheld GPS, with topo 24k of northeast US physical compass, matches, extra batteries, socks, roll of duct tape, etc. REI halfdome 2-person tent thermarest neo-air xtherm sleeping pad fiskars x7 carbon hatchet physical map of area extra ammunition (15 rounds of rifled slug, 30 rounds of 00 buckshot) 120 piece compact med kit, with added adrenaline shot 4 fuel tins katadyn pocket water microfilter bushnell legend 42mm roof prism binocular marmot trestles 0 synthetic sleeping bag kenetrek men's mountain guide insulated hunting boot signal flare would take picture, but it keeps saying that my image contains an embedded file and is not letting me post. but: what else am i missing? what's the best rain gear i can get? what is the best cooking equipment i should get? what kind-of food do you recommend? thanks for the help! pic related: not my personal bag, but my make and model.

backpack´s that will last

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hello im new to /out/ and im looking for a backpack like pic related but i want one that isent too expensive and i also want it to break after a couple of uses

Tarp needed - seeking advice

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Hi /out-doorsmen and women! I would like to lighten my gear by trying out a tarp instead of a tent. I know there is a lot of choices available. I know some are extremely cheap, some extremely expensive. Browsing the internet I've already seen tarps that seem too heavy for their size to make sense. Please spread your knowledge. Share the makes and models of tarps that you use. And eventually, help me decide on a tarp I should buy.
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ITT: autistic /out/things you have done >>pic related, i did this today

Tree General

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Tree general What are your favorite trees for: * Furniture making * BBQ * cabinets * hardwood floors * carving * Guitar making * ornamentals * nut trees * fruit trees? Any tree related discussion is welcome. My biggest question: Is ash borer gonna dun kill all dem ash trees for good in the US?
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Looking for some advice for fishing a nearby rock quarry. The quarry has been private property for years up until last year when it became a state park. There have been a large amount of big fish being pulled out of it and I can't seem to find them. The quarry is very deep in the center (25-30ft) shallow on the south end and northwest bay and mid-deep on the northeast side. The most easily accessible area is the dam on the northeast side which drops to around 15 feet pretty quickly. I fish there with spinners, cranks and minnows and catch a fuck ton of 12-13 inch bass but very few bigger than that. When I fish the northwest bay I catch few bass and alot of nice sized sunfish and occasionally one or two crappie, every one I ever caught was big 14+ inches and rarely catch more than 2 in a trip there. Never fished the south end as it is very shallow and weedy, i'm sure during summer heat there are big bass but I've never tried it as it is hard to access and so shallow and weedy. The bottom is mostly rocky aside from the shallow areas. Does anyone have some tips or strategies for fishing conditions like these?


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Hey /out, I really want to get into hiking & mountaineering, and I need your advice about how to go about achieving that. I live in England on the coast and wouldn't at all know where to even begin besides trailing up big hills that aren't that far away from me. Where did you start? Where are you now?
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Hi guys, I wasn't sure where to ask this so I just came here. Every year or so I travel to my parents country and visit their hometown which is basically in the middle of fucking nowhere. It's literally a few small adobe houses. The terrain is largely unmapped and google earth just shows one road leading into the area. I've been toying around with the idea of mapping out the entire area with GPS for my own personal use and somehow tying it into google earth (but would that share it with the world? I just want to keep it for myself). Long story short I want to know of a GPS that will alow me to get coordinates in another country (im from the US). I want to get coordinates for all the trails and all of the landmarks in the region. It's basically a big valley of sorts with very few people. What's the best GPS device for this? Is there a monthly cost to be able to receive data? Do devices like this communicate to stuff like google earth, or do they come with their own map software? I'm confused as all shit and my question is all over the place, but I would really appreciate any help you can provide. I'm looking for something rugged and reliable. A billion thanks. Pic is something random I got in google.
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Can someone identify this bird. Its not a great photo but i think there is enough detail for identification if you know your birds. photo was taken in northeast, NJ.
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any luck with homemade fish attractant? tried anise and garlic, but cant really tell if that works, and the anise oil took the paint right of my rapalas share your tricks


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So, is this poison oak? Note the flowers.
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Is it legal to be naked in the wilderness even if there are other people around, or is it considered 'public indecency' or whatever? Also on an unrelated note can someone give a quick rundown of types of wilderness? It was posted here before, I thought I had it saved but now I can't find it. It was the differences between five types of areas like national parks, national forests, and wilderness area. I don't remember the other two. Thanks.
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sup guys. up north at my cabin walking around and I see this plant. what is it? looks similar to my friend mary jane but it doesnt smell like it
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My brother just gave me these boots. Whaddya think? They seems pretty sturdy, but they're kinda heavy. Anyone have any experience with these? They're Wellco brand.
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What's a good container I could boil water in directly over fire, aluminium or steel? Which is better and why?
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I'm about to head out and ride my bike across the great state of Nebraska, which means the sun will bear down on me for hours every day. I pretty much have the complexion of count dracula. What sunscreens last all day under sweaty conditions? Thanks.
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hey /out/, I work as a laborer for a construction company. I have to cut weeds and such. And the worst thing that I have to cut is this shit. We call them water weeds. the only thing we can use is a weedtrimmer. And it's strenuous work, considering how much there is on and around the warehouse property. We've tried basic weedkiller sprays and other expensive ones. Is there any homemade remedy to kill them other than cutting them or pulling them? tl;dr: stupid fucking weeds, impervious to weedkillers.

LRF/ light tackle?

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I had a few £ spare in my pocket today at the tackle shop, and blew £20 on this lot. It's the smallest, lightest set up I have now, I'm normally out with a 14' beachcaster, but everyone seems to be raving about light rock fishing now. I've always been a bait person, but from what I understand LRF is more about lures ect so >tips please as I know not what I do
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Any Niagara bros on this board? I'm looking for local trails to hike, been doing St. John's lately but need some new scenery
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