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I found something very... 38 posts and 0 image replies omitted. Click to view.
I found something very interesting at the Gander Mountain parking lot. Can you find it in this picture?
Can anyone identify this... 2 posts and 0 image replies omitted. Click to view.
Can anyone identify this plant? I found it in the wasatch mountains in utah.

Any tips: Fishing rivers that empty into the ocean

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The locals use shrimp as bait, and I personally dont want to mess with shrimp since I am allergic. Anyway, the river has a moderate current and eventually empties into the ocean. I have seen shrimp right next what appears to me to be fresh water fish. The water is polluted no doubt, so its catch and release. I used spoons, plastic worms, and the like that are essential for fresh water. What kind of a ocean type of lure can I use? I have no experience with deep sea ocean fishing. Everything looks foreign to me.. and I dont want to purchase something that is meant for flounder or sharks.. lol. Using light gear, btw.
Does /out/ have any books they... 16 posts and 0 image replies omitted. Click to view.
Does /out/ have any books they always carry with them when innawilds? I always carry a 'dwarsligger' version (http://www.dwarsligger.com/) of the SAS survival handbook with me, albeit more because it has emotional value, and some wildlife/edible plant determination handbooks, depending on the kind of trip I'm making.

International Humanitarian Organisation

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Bird hunter here wanting to... 9 posts and 0 image replies omitted. Click to view.
Bird hunter here wanting to upgrade from my Mossberg 500 to an autoloader. Are there any autoloader shotguns that are sub $500 and worth a damn?

Rat 3

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I just got a rat3 as my first EDC fixed blade. $84 new, how'd i do out? I'm having a bit of buyers remorse. It feels a bit big for an EDC knife and a bit small for an outdoors knife. Should I return it and get a $50 Spyderco or $30 esee Avispa?

knife/hatched general

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Hey /out/landers, I'm a metalworker/blacksmith with a pretty solid workshop, and I'd like you to design the ideal knife/hatchet(and what you would use it for). Drawings and doodles are very welcome (even shitty ones). I will post prototypes, IF you can come up with a stable concept. I'd also like to hear your opinion of the materials, what you would like to see, what your requirements are and what you dislike about your favorite tools.
Hey /out/, Ohiofag here. I... 4 posts and 0 image replies omitted. Click to view.
Hey /out/, Ohiofag here. I moved to Cincinnati about a month ago, and have been looking into trying some new things that were not available to me in Florida. Aside from camping, and hiking in the mountains. I've chose Rock Climbing. I have never done it before, except one time at the YMCA when I was like twelve, and I chicken shitted off the wall only a few feet up. Could anyone give me some tips to get started, is indoor climbing a good way to get the feel of it, any good /out/door locations in Ohio to check out? Anything related would be helpful. I'd appreciate stories, gear selection advice, as well as climbing alone versus in groups. I heard there's a rock climbing program at the University Center in Cliffton, but haven't heard much about it, other than it being available to everyone. Pic semi-related. I'd love to rock climb in Glacier Springs if I get good enough at it.

stanley thread

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hoy en radio
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What are you latest /out/ related purchases given the fact that labor day means many sales in the US and the start of preparations for hunting? I have some new Ti cookware, MSR utensils. Some inflatable Nemo pillows and two new sleeping mats are on the way as well. If the thread is still around when they arrive I'll throw some pictures up and tell yall how they feel (if anyone is interested).
It's my dream to... 10 posts and 0 image replies omitted. Click to view.
It's my dream to thru-hike the entire Appalachian Trail. But.. I'm from the city. Literally just moved into the semi-country in central VA with a friend and it's taken a lot to get used to. I remember talking to my uncle who thru-hiked in in reverse and his story just captivated me. I don't have much experience with camping at all, shit.. I barely know how to fish. I'm just curious if anyone here has hiked the AT or at least a portion of it. Stories? What was the hardest part?
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Hey /out/. Midwestfag here trying to get an id on these bites on my arm. They don't look or feel like a usual mosquito bite. They also itch, but again, not as much as a mosquito's would.

New Sleeping Bag

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So I'm in the market for a new 20 degree sleeping bag. My old one, a Montbell Superstretch Down Hugger #1, is starting to bite the dust... it has elastic in the baffles to let you stretch your legs out, but the elastic has lost its elasticity, causing there to be too much dead air space in the bag, and reducing the temperature rating. My father has owned a Western Mountaineering Ultralight 20*F bag for years, and I've used it a couple times. It's really warm for its weight. Is there a better bag on the market than this? Money is no object, since ideally this would last me 20+ years of regular use. The 20*F temp rating is ideal, since it has the most versatile range of uses - I can use it in early or late summer, and not sweat my ass off in it.
Hey /out/, I was just curious... 13 posts and 0 image replies omitted. Click to view.
Hey /out/, I was just curious to know a bit more about this board. I started visiting a bit more when I decided to check out some different boards. I've been an outdoor guy all my life. Camping, hunting etc. But what other cool stuff happens here besides mora knives and fighting with /k/? >pic semi-related, my innawoods character
Hey /out/ rate my pack. Made... 50 posts and 0 image replies omitted. Click to view.
Hey /out/ rate my pack. Made for the intention of an overnight but I'll be staying in my backyard without electricity, fridge, ect. Things like battery packs and multiple lighters are included because they'd be there anyways on a longer trip Pack includes Rain fly Hammock 1L water bottle 1L canteen Assorted meds (aspirin, fever pills, ect) Mess kit (ramen, hot sauce, and 2 tea bags 2 lighters Bowl Whet stone Flashlight Folder knife DS Battery pack Solar battery pack Charger cable Mp3 Wire saw (tinder would also go into the tin) 2 carabiners Paracord Fixed knife (with ferro rod) Sleeping bag Bag weights 13lbs without water and I still have plenty of room. Suggestions welcome. I'm on mobile so replays will be slow. Will post pic of bag packed once I get back home.
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I'm hitchhiking 400km into germany tomorrow (alone) and staying at a couchsurf host, but now i'm constantly switching between wanting to continue to hitchhike further, or going back home and spend the rest of my vacation in front of my pc. I'm not very used to all this, anyone else gets this or gets fear about doing adventurous things and going outside? What should I do?
i went /out/ today, and i ran... 6 posts and 0 image replies omitted. Click to view.
i went /out/ today, and i ran across two things i would like to share. first up i was at the local gas station/ convenience store/ only place in the small town that folks come and go from, just regular ole small America, lots of it out there.. anyway. A guy from the local water department came in and announced that he had got a rattlesnake! heres the pic of that.. small town east texas is where this occurs.
Heya /out!I had an idea I... 18 posts and 0 image replies omitted. Click to view.
Heya /out! I had an idea I thought might be fun, a little hypothetical scenario. Something different than the things I've been seeing on this board. Let's say that society has totally collapsed. Obviously this scenario is a little silly, but I find it interesting. Without listing all the items you would bring, what would be your first move? And by society collapsing I mean total infrastructure/government failure, and public unrest/riots. Extreme danger in urban areas, and basically no law enforcement. What would you do?! Personally I'd get all my survival gear, gather my family, gas up the vehicle and head to the woods. I live in massachusetts, the western part of the state is pretty dense forest. Once I was there my main priority would be scouting the area, building temporary leant-to's, and getting a basic camp together. I don't think I would stop for any supplies initially as I have enough in my basement to get us started which I would bring. From then on it would be all about improving our living facilities, and organizing scavenging parties. How bout you? I like thinking about this type of thing, I consider it a useful mental exercise.
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