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I just came here to post this.
If any of you assholes are feeling trendy and are coming to the Joshua Tree National Park to hike, please bring shit loads of water and if you get lost keep fucking walking North till you hit a road.

So many fucking people die here because they underestimate the Mojave desert.
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>>1379320
Get lost in Joshua Tree? How? You have to be a fucking idiot to get lost there.
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>>1379372
yeah there are a billion people and the roads are visible from almost every part of the major trails.
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>>1379481
>trails

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Any fellow /best state/ anons?
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Yampa valley checkin in
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>>1378661
Shame denver has ingested so much onions otherwise it would be pretty cool
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Country roads
Take me home
To the place
I belong
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>>1378643
>Best state
Reporting in lad
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>>1379431
>contains Seattle
false

Hey lads.

So what are some cool /out/ shows? I know 'Alone' is pretty popular, but what else is good and preferably on netflix or HBO?

I just started watching pic related, and I think it's pretty cool.
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>>1378445
Meat Eater is pretty good, The guy has a good personality
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>>1378451
I love the show, but the guy is shooting a custom built 300win mag and usually wearing 1k+ in outdoor clothes
His knife he usually uses is also fairly expensive.
He doesnt shill it, but he is using better than mid level gear.
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>>1379473
Last 3 seasons he's been using a bone-stock Savage 110 in .30-06 (a ~$500 rifle) wearing a Vortex Viper HS 2.5-10x42 (a ~$400 scope). Pretty mid-level if you ask me.

As far as clothing, he wears everything from a $20 pair of camo Wranglers and a $5 tee (dove hunting episode) to borrowed seal skins (muskox hunt) to a Carhartt jacket and jeans (minnesota deer) to, yes, around a grand of First Lite stuff in some of his real backcountry stuff.

At least he's not fucking around in head to toe Kuiu or Sitka at $800 per piece.
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>>1379473
>>1379521
Also it's a sub-$100 knife, and he'll occasionally use a Piranta which is like $40. That's pedestrian tier.

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Figured this would be better on /out/ than /an/ cause /an/ is filled with women who don't actually go outside

Also can any NJ fags tell me any good forests or reservations where I can go to see herps? I'm interested in seeing salamanders, newts, tree frogs, and toads. There's not much here in my area other than bullfrogs and related species. I want to get a big list of places I can go when spring and summer come by.
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Sand lizard I caught during my trip in Slovakia, there are literally tons of them there
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Skokan zeleny also known as the edible frog
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Another one. There were hundreds of them on this little canal that had shitty wooden bridges across it. One night it rained badly and this one bridge broke and I found the pieces about a hundred feet downstream

Also I remember seeing giant bufo bufos when i was a little kid but I didn't see any when I went

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Is /out/ worried about ingesting lead after hunting big game?
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>>1370063
I live in California. Lead was banned. Not sure what shot is made of now.
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Legitimately had 4 lead pellets from number 6 12 gauges shells in my small instestine during some stomach x Ray's I had last year. I shoot and eat a lot of squirrel and rabbit so I guess a few go through... Guess they pass eventually. (X Ray's were for a hip injury btw)
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>>1378921
If your poor/cheap its steel
If you want to spend more money you can get bismuth or tungston shot
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> he doesn't use dragon breath shells
look at this faggot
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>>1374075
gave me a lil giggle lad

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Found it in the woods near a river, thought it was a maple with "gloomy scale" but no fungus, no rub-off; wood is hard and firm, no corky texture. Thought it was burnt but only the surface is black and there is no soot or char and the black colour is only a thousandth of an inch thick. Closest guess is that it's a sort of "bog wood" as the area is fairly swampy/stagnant.
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Weird bumps make me think it's gloomy scale but they're hard and sandpaper reveals they are made of wood underneath
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I have no idea but there used to be a TV show where a couple of guys would get the swamp wood and sell it because of all the cool patterns.

You are given roughly $5,000 to buy and convert a vehicle into a house on wheels.

What’s your pick? Truck? SUV? Mini Van? Can’t be a RV because it’s you daily driver. Has to be stealthy.
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>>1372306
Only a problem if you were an unhygienic dirtbag in the first place. It's really not that hard to keep clean.
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>>1377414
>only a problem if you’re an unhygienic dirtbag

And 99% of people living in vehicles are
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>>1378768
>that generalizing
wew lad
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anyone else ever see that video on youtube with the guy that bought a passenger plane and converted it into a home, pretty good idea and if i remember correctly it only cost a few thousand bucks because without the engines the shell is basically worthless.
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>>1378806
The precise number 99% is inherently NOT general you stinking pile of human decomposing waste.

My first outer backpack is a cheap one from amazon. It is small, and the strap already shows wear.
I was in a sport shop yesterday and have seen the Deuter Aircontact 65+10, it looks good, but pricey as hell (~ 250 eur), so i would like to know your experiences with it.

Currently i doing one-night trips, but plan to extend it in the future. I do no mountaining, just light tracking/camping.
Do i really want to give 250 eur for a plastic bag??
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>>1378874
cute. but it looks floppy. what did you do with the abspannleinen?
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>>1378900
No idea, mate. I did my best.
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>>1376930
You lucked out. I paid just over 200 at REI for mine a few years ago, I think it was a sale weekend or something. I fucking love that pack. I had a north face for a decade plus but this one is my new jam. It all depends on your back though. Try different ones out with weight and go from there. I tried on a new Osprey, Columbia and Northface but nothing came close to that Deuter.
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>>1378513
my wife loves her deuter

>>1378810
>if their "fit" and construction works for you.
>>1378976
>It all depends on your back though. Try different ones out with weight and go from there
this and this. for me it was my gregory baltoro. nothing else i've tried on has ever touched how comfortable it is for me.
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I have been watching online reviews and reading a lot, and I really want to give the Fjallraven Helags 40 bag a shot, but everywhere I check they are out of stock. ANyone know any similar bags or where I can find one?

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What's the difference between nonresident and nonresident landowner hunting license?

Is there any advantage to getting the latter, assuming you own the requisite acreage?
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>>1379338
None of those states offer landowner tags to nonresidents regardless of them owning property in the state.

Montana allows you to piggyback off a resident landowner and apply as if you were one if you've been granted hunting access to the landowner's land.
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>>1379384
maybe next time demonstrate that you've done your due diligence instead of looking like an entitled asshat asking to be spoonfed
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>>1379390
The Wyoming hunting license list clearly shows nonresident landowner tags, though.

>>1379389
>>1379391
>the answer is kys you retarded twat
Maybe just hide the thread instead of making an edgelord comment and you won't have to deal with people getting pissy with you
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>>1379399
>attributing a post that wasn't mine to me invalidates any of my points
no. you should have shown that you did research. you should have provided information about where you're looking. you should have responded to peoples questions. you should not have been a cunt when called out on failing to do any of those things.
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>>1379405
...I did respond to people's questions. Multiple times.

Me and my friend want to try and sneak over to North Brother Island.
I see a video of these guys getting over there on kayaks
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B0akiyDogB8
Anyone been over there?
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>>1377252
How big is the boat you guys are using? Are you guys open to having a plus one two? I'm an experienced urban explorer.
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>>1376237
what a nice anon
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>>1377320
We planned on using two single kayaks. Bringing your own boat would be preferable, but maybe we could stuff someone in with us? Either way, my Discord is Mr. Spiffy#5517 if anyone wants to join in. If you don't have Discord, say so, and I can email out a phone number or something.

>>1377282
Thanks, there looks to be a good bend for that there. We'll see how that spot turns out.

>>1377252
We'll see about going today, probably around sunset.

>>1376512
A permit to do what exactly? Is it the kayaking across part that's likely to get us arrested or the snooping around of the building? It would be nice to know if there's security on the island.
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>>1378317
Good luck if you choose to do it bro
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>>1378317
Entering the island during the nesting season will get you arrested, the nypd does patrols of the island, I just sent you a discord friend request.

Who is your hero anon?
Pic related
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>>1374997
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>>1372180
I've been in there and not seen a single person for days. Go somewhere actually away from major roads and don't go on a summer weekend.
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>>1378993
>Arab
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>>1379272
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arab_world

Notice how that map covers everything around Israel, but leaves it as a hole? That's because it was all Arabic once with all those fighting going back and forth forever until they won their independence in 1948. Now they are no longer, "arabic," in name only. Not that it matters. The Jesus of the bible is made up from many folk hero tales about several people over a longer amount of time. It is the same with Satan and God, where many things were taken from several sources, both good and evil combined and torn apart, and rolled into a single character each to represent good or evil. So you get lots of deities' stories and aspects in modern Christianity represented by the trifecta of the church. That was a way to indoctrinate people into the Church while not alienating them too much.

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have u ever tried pic related while camping?
if so how was it
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>>1378614

you can notice that this is fake picture because there's no cotton liner in the sleeping bag.

also the girl does not have the typical /out/ tan
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>>1379168
>projecting this much
confirmed for incel
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Yeah but if you're not in a tent bring bugspray
>>1379215
>Incel
>>/r/eddit
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>>1379215
>projecting
I dont think you understand this term
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>>1371426
Lost my virginity innatent

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Can I use one of these for hiking, fishing, and or hunting?
These are cheap chinese shit 20$ each and I don't want to buy a expensive outdoors vest
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>>1376603
you can spend more than 20 fucking dollars anon
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nibba just use a plastic grocery bag
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>>1376603
I give you my permission
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>>1376603
Wait, let me get this straight.
A fishing vest, that has actual utility for fishing and costing 15 bucks is a no-go for you, but bullshit bandolier for 20 bucks is "cheap"?
Which meds did you forget to take before posting?
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No mate not allowed. Now fuck off to the QTDDTOT before you kill another thread

How long of a hike is an effective exercise?
I’m talking about Mt Falcon Park in Morrison, CO if that helps. My fatass gassed out 20 minutes into it, and had to walk another 20 minutes back. How many times a week should I go hiking, also?
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>>1375224
lololololol
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>>1375235
Both Anon, but good point.
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>>1375549
only if you want to fuck up your joints in the process
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>>1373255
If you live in Denver go hike a 14er that is good exercise for anyone. Really push yourself doesn't matter if your in shape or not you'll feel the burn.
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Bout treefiddy

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Hey guys I want to get /out/ more this fall and winter (hiking and camping). I live in Louisiana so any recommendations?
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>>1378711
There is a large national forest in Louisiana, 3 in Mississippi, and 5 in east Texas. I bet they all have hiking trails and free campsites.
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What part of Louisiana dude? I am from the Shreveport area. I usually hike in Arkansas but there's a few trails in our area. Few decent places, but honestly don't bother camping at any parking near a bigger city... They will have a lot of through traffic of the kind you don't want. Can't leave shit unattended at the lakes around Shreveport.
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>>1378711
Kisatchie is huge and its many parts have anything you might want to do. I had a great time around the Wild Azalea Trail and Lake Kincaid this summer. There were plenty of wild blackberries and huckleberries then and it was completely empty outside of the weekend.
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>>1378711
Kisatchie Bayou is nice.




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