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We encourage you to have a look around the catalog first to see what we’re all about before posting your first thread. Topics typically posted here include:
>Outdoor recreational activities (Hiking, trail running, bushwhacking, camping, spelunking, geocaching, orienteering, expeditions, urban exploration, backpacking, etc.)
>Gardening, farming and related activities
>Hunting and fishing, and other activities involving the stalking or taking of game (including bird-watching)
>Outdoor survival, bushcraft, foraging, self-sustenance in nature, train-hopping, hoboism, etc.
>Outdoor destinations and exploration (specific trails, parks, regions, etc.)
>Water-related activities (boats, diving, etc.)
>Outdoor philosophy (conservation, Leave No Trace, protectionism, etc.)
>Outdoor building and living (cabins, huts, treehouses, etc.)
>Outdoor social activities and organizations (meet-ups, Scouts, NOLS, etc.)
>Gear related to any of the above topics

Most topics related to the outdoors are fine. Write properly, behave politely, encourage a respectful community, and most importantly, GO OUTSIDE!!
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Just a friendly reminder that threads about weapons which do not pertain to their use in outdoor activities should be posted on /k/ instead. Thanks.

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Can we have a thread about stupid friends. Friends that lose your shit or break it?
I have a friend that I barely take camping anymore because hes an idiot and would like to hear others stories. Think of this as a place to vent about them.
inb4 get better friends.
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>implying this actually happened
Everyone can make a bad shot occasionally, friend.
Are you a homo or a woman?
I understand that, but 6? 5 being gut shots?
There are very few people who could shoot a fleeing deer once, let alone 6 times.

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Do you guys drink while /out/? If so, what?
On occasion, I drink pic related.
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Do it Anon. But be in a comfy place with someone you trust.
What are you on about? Tito's is great. I can get trashed on that on a work night and be fit as a fiddle at 4am. Shit's magical!
Finding them is the trouble. Everyone is pot or heroin.
I miss acid :)
3 Floyd's has a great milk stout. Good choice.

If you ever get a chance to try Boulder Shake on nitro, do it

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#186-"X-Raps & FX" Edition

Previous Thread:

Thinking about picking up a new hobby? Want to get a memecaster? Haven't mastered the Palomar knot? Click here!

Talk about fishin
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The 3/8 oz chatterbait has caught me plentiful LMB and rock bass. It's a post spawn lure for sure. And as for the clown color, I want it for pike/pickerel.
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>go flyfishing
>have san juan worm in the water
>start to pull back to cast again
>backcast rockets a tiny dink out of the water and into the side of a footbridge

Little dipshit wasn't even hooked, he must have grabbed the end of the worm and held on as I pulled the line out of the water.
Highly recommend eating panfish whole. Filleting small fish is such a bad thing to do because you leave about half the meat on the fish and only receive some tiny hardly worth it fillets.
Eating them whole? As in head, gut, etc? Fuck that
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No, as in scaling them, gutting them, and cutting the head off.

When you see people put a knife in their "survival" kit
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>must survive!
What knife is that so I never make the mistake of buying it?
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Some bear grylls shit.

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Hi /out/ found this potential truffle <--- while walking Doggo.
>Is it a truffle?
>If so what variety?
I live of Alicante, Spain.
Looks like an old puffball, not a truffle. Truffles grow underground, not above ground.
en un pinar? dificil shur. las trufas crecen en las encinas. las trufas negras, que son las que encontramos en españa, tienen la superficie negra, que parece como si estuviese hecha de esos trocitos de goma negra que ponen en los campos de fútbol de hierba artificial
this is an English board wtf are u saying
sorry sc/out/, he seemed spanish, so i got carried away.
this is what i said
In a pine forest? don't think so. Truffles grows in oaks, in spain, in "encinas". Black truffles, which are the ones you can find in spain, have black surface, like covered in tiny bits of black rubber
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I cut it open,
I think it looks like a desert truffle
What you think /out/?

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Old thread: >>1074788

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Its evil brother, the quatkum.
Bastard. I thought I sealed him in circa 1200AD.
I handpollinated a lot of the first flowers, and the bulk was the latest to bloom, and they are all in a greenhouse, so there is a good chance at least that one is pure.
I was hoping to achieve Rainbow Jolokia by grafting, not crossing.
Thanks for the input!
Throwaway mail: pirrezooi@hotmail.com
Can someone please explain overwintering pepper plants to me, all I'm finding on it online is soccer mom tier clickbait
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Bumping for interest, I too failed at that last year.
Dug out three plants very generously last year mid-November and pruned, then placed in different environments (cool and dark, warm and bright, cool and bright) but all 3 died.
So this year I'm keeping 3 plants potted directly, with mixed results: the potted Cayenne is doing MUCH better than those I planted in the ground (potted one already gave >100 fruits since mid-June while those in ground only recently started giving a few, maybe 50 total from 4 plants so far), but the bell varieties are yielding much smaller fruit potted whereas those planted out give huge ones (see pic). Maybe I need even bigger pots for them, but screw that, I already have more than enough shit to haul inside for winter

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Feel free to post tobaccos (no weed allowed), pipes, collections, pics of favorite combos for going /out/, pics of what you're doing with your pipe and any questions you might have.

Want to get into smoking pipes without spending too much cash?
Get a Missouri Meerschaum Legend corncob pipe and a pouch of either Prince Albert, Carter Hall or Half and Half tobacco, available at most drugstores.
What you'll need: pipe, tobacco, lighter or matches, pipe cleaners, and either a regular old nail or a pipe tool (combination tamper, scoop, and small pick).
All of these together should run you less than $20.

Having trouble keeping your pipe lit? Fill it with less tobacco and smoke it slower than you think you need to, lightly tamping as needed when the smoke starts thinning out.
If you're still having trouble, try filling your pipe this way:

Old thread >>1065450

Come on in and get comfy.
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Pipes are nice but tonight im burning a god tier stogie that's spent a year and a half in the humidor.
Image posted is right now.
I love a tasty cigar. I need to get a little humidor to keep a few on hand.

I'm having a bowl of Durbar underneath a near perfect view of the milky way, with a not-too-cold breeze and the song of crickets. Absolutely wonderful. I wish I could take a picture but it's dark.
Looking to take up pipe smoking, at first just when I go /out/ so I can smoke on a rock and drink my comfy teas while I watch the sun. Utter retard tier questions inbound
>Whats the difference between the 3 tobaccos in the OP? How do I pack/light tobacco without fucking it up?
>Whats the best shape and style on the Missouri Meerschaum website fora cheap pipe Id like to pack and can be lit in windy conditions that I wont care too much if it breaks or I lose it?
>any suggestions/advice besides whats already been given in the OP and thread?
>Whats the difference between the 3 tobaccos in the OP?
The common thread is they're all widely available and decent tasting yet inexpensive. Half and Half is the sweetest flavored of the three without being very temperamental, as very flavored tobaccos can be. The other two are unflavored, with Carter Hall being a bit more mild than Prince Albert.
>How do I pack/light tobacco without fucking it up?
Most newbies want to cram every bit of tobacco into their pipe. Don't do that. You need both tobacco and airflow for your pipe to stay lit. Just take pinches of tobacco and sprinkle them into your pipe without pressing it down until it reaches the top, then light all of it.
You're done lighting when a light puff on the pipe causes the whole top of the pipe to glow.
>Whats the best shape and style on the Missouri Meerschaum website for a cheap pipe Id like to pack and can be lit in windy conditions that I wont care too much if it breaks or I lose it?
Missouri Meerschaum Legend. Smokes awesome and available at most drugstores for $7 with tax.
>any suggestions/advice besides whats already been given in the OP and thread?
Those are the bare bones basics. Much of the other stuff is situational and can be addressed as you start smoking and encountering problems.
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Gonna turn this Live Oak block into a pipe.

Wish me luck.

>Guy almost dies on a hike
>Makes a overbuilt jacket, and markets it as a lifesaver


Can we hate on this thing please?
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There is nothing wrong with that picture autismo
How come?
It probably did.
Why does this coat include a blindfold ?
Fuck you too aii :'(

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Hey /out/.

I'm getting into hunting and I'm looking for some decent binoculars, im hoping to spend around 350$ cad. Does anyone have experience or recommendations? I was thinking 8x42 is a reasonable size. Thanks!!
For what kind of hunting?
I only hunt small game so I don't use spotting optics but from what I've seen most big game hunters tend to use spotting scopes over binocs.

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So some anon on /pol/ posted this picture and said he was camping and when I said it was a clearly a public park, he responded with this
>This is what a forest looks like in western Europe. They were cultivated centuries ago for hunting by kings. They haven't been 'wild' for nearly a thousand years. Put that burger down and do some research.

Is this true?
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It's a tiny urbanised continent, so yes my angry friend
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>Is this true?

Must be, someone on the internet said so!

It's funny how the term "forest managment" is bandied about these days to mean different things. I'm not picking holes in what you're saying, I agree. Although if we consider that using a wood for wild pasture is in one sense very much a method of managment, as is 'restoring it' to what the vast majority of people consider to be more natural.
>No, I don't have any critical thinking skills, I just grab on to the easiest idea and cling to it like a life preserver.
that's clearly a city park but whatever man.

Ozark Trail

What's the deal. I hear Ozark is decent for money and Yeti is overpriced. All perform generally the same, Anyone have direct experience owning any of these. What should I go with for car camping?
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Thanks for replying. I had no idea you couldn't use any old lock on the Yetis. I've seen several construction/landscaping trucks around here with Yetis in the back, and I've always wondered
1. why they spent so much on a cooler
2. aren't they worried it's gonna get stolen

Sounds like you've had a good experience with yours. I'm surprised you've had to buy dry ice twice in 2.5 days, no matter how cheap the cooler, though. One thing I always do for longer camping or festivals is have two coolers. One will have dry ice in the bottom and I'll layer bottled water over that. When those are frozen, I'll move them to the other (high-use) cooler and throw more water in the dry ice cooler, and just keep rotating. One package of dry ice usually lasts me 4 days at the height of Southern summer, and that's in a really crappy cooler.

I'll look into the Sportsman, thanks for the tip! Is it any lighter than a Yeti? I'd also like to see and handle an Orion, out of curiosity. I've owned a couple Jackson kayaks, and they're made by the same folks, so I would expect them to be of good quality, but they're just about as expensive as Yeti.
Thanks for the reply. I'll probably get the Ozark trail 55. I just need some shit that can hold ice for a few days.

I have cheapo Coleman as well but prefer not filling it with ice every day. Yeti is ridiculously overpriced.

Looks like a lot of ppl on this board are poor faggots. I mean, yea I'm all for milsurp and shit but I'm talking about wally world shit here. Not fucking REI libcuck pizza makers for going out.
You can lock the lid on a Yeti, it's got 2 holes at the front corners, but you'll need a long-hasp lock for it instead of a regular padlock (Yeti sells a rebranded long-hasp Masterlock brass padlock for $20 when you can buy a 3-pack at Home Depot for $12); and it's got this rectangular cutout on one side to accept an L-bracket with a hole in it that you then run a cable lock through (bike/treestand, Yeti sells a rebranded Masterlock Python which is a "treestand" lock for $5 more than an actual Masterlock Python) instead of just having a round hole you can run a cable lock through like an Orca/Igloo Sportsman/several other not-Yeti's.

The Igloo isn't any lighter than a Yeti, pretty much all of the roto-molded coolers are gonna be within a couple ounces of each other because all it is is a roto-molded shell over styrofoam. It's a fantastic design, bombproof and extremely well insulated, but it IS heavy. If you need light but don't need durable buy a disposable styrofoam cooler from wherever sells bagged ice, they work almost as well.

I would never pay full retail for a Yeti, they are overpriced (I won my Tundra 75 in a Ducks Unlimited raffle while trying to win a shotgun)

Yeti sizes do not reflect their capacity, unlike all other coolers. A Tundra 75 (or any other size) does NOT have a 75 quart capacity, it's closer to 60 quarts. The Igloo Sportsman 55 holds 55 quarts on the dot, and has close to the same internal capacity as a Yeti Tundra 65. I swear they just pulled random numbers out of their ass.
Whoops, totally forgot to address the "why 2x dry ice" question.
1. I'm trying to chill down an animal that was alive within an hour of it going in the cooler (so at least 90-95*F meat temperature), ideally actually freezing it, because I've got a 2.5 day drive to get home
2. Wyoming is generally SUNNY AS FUCK, when the cooler's in the bed of my truck under the topper it's got an ambient air temperature around 20-30 degrees higher than outside the truck. If it's 90*F outside, the cooler's baking at about 110-120*F. Pretty extreme demands on the cooler. This would be far less of an issue if it were in the cab or if I had something like an SUV where the cooler was somewhere climate controlled while the truck was running.
3. While antelope are certainly on the smaller size of "big game", a quartered antelope JUST BARELY fits in a Tundra 75. Not a lot of room, so I'm usually buying 1-2lbs of dry ice instead of 5+
What time of wood are you using for that saw dust? Might be able to save a few grams of weight by going with a softer wood.

What backpacks do you have for day trips? Is 35L too big?
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>cant carry 8 pounds in a school bag
>day trip

90% of day trips I do I just have water, a snack, and whatever I would usually carry with me around town.
Why would you need a dedicated backpack?
>Why would you need a dedicated backpack?
Rain jacket, some clothes if the weather turn to shit. If you're one of those faggots itt who think a day trip means going to the city park, yeah, you don't need a backpack.
>8 pounds
Depending on location and weather, even the water you need could be well above that.
Also it's not a question of can or can't, most people don't go out to suffer. The same way you wouldn't use a shitty ill-fitting shoe, you shouldn't use a pack that leaves you in pain.

>a snack
You are talking about 2 hours long walks not dayhikes.
>whatever I would usually carry with me around town
the fuck is that and why would you take that
>Why would you need a dedicated backpack?
Well you clearly don't need one.
You're aware of what a day trip is, right? It's not a 30 minute walk around your local park

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I´ll start

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This guy gets it, but most of /out/ are autists afraid to even make eye contact much less speak to strangers in real life.
Why is it strange for people to not want to be associated with a racist asshole?
What is wrong with rasism? Are you a traitor to your people? Assholes are everywhere, you can't get away from that.
Look man you may disagree with him but I wouldn't wish blisters while on my worst enemy. Shit sucks. The ones on the back of the Achilles can ruin a trip.
I'll overlook the fact that you spelt racism wrong and just answer-- it's a fucking waste of time and doesn't really make much sense. People are more a reflection of where they grew up than anything else. I have more in common with a black guy from the woods than a white guy from manhattan.

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What budget should I set myself before vandwelling?
I am looking to be as frugal as possible, so no fancy solar panels, showers or kitchen. I can cook on campfires.
I'm aiming for about 2000 to 4000 dollars budget and I haven't bought my van yet.

I was looking at the Ford Econoline for stealth parking at night.
Any tips on vandwelling?
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>kill off your gut biome
Do you even understand how gut flora works?
I will be vanlifeing the eclipse.
I might ever hashtag some shit
Nigga fuck all that kettle bell shit.
You have 2 and a half tons of rusty van at your disposal.
Grab a length of manila and pull that fucker until your mooskles git huge.
If your budget is 2k get a minivan, you can get a nice old one for less than 1.5k if you go to a state with no rust and shop around a bit. Full size vans are expensive due to hipsters
yall motherfuckers know sex is never consensual in a van?

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