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Catfish bait

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What are your secret catfish baits /out? I have catfish behind my house and I want to catch my catfish on a hook and line and then let them go. What can they not resist?
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Camp Lighting (general?)

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Anyone know the durability of the new Coleman dual fuel lanterns?
https://www.coleman.com/all-lighting/gas-lanterns/powerhouse-dual-fuel-lantern/col_3000004255_pr
I sort of want to get one to take on short camping trips to use as an ambient light source at camp. I know it’s impractical and a bit of a larp, but I’m talking 3 miles or less into the woods, not as a extended hike light source. I’m thinking I would tie it to the outside of my pack for the walk in and I’m wondering if it’s durable enough to get bounced around a bit without breaking or shattering.
Also, unrelated to that, but how long of a life do you guys get with rechargeable headlamps. I have two headlamps that both use AAA batteries - one is starting to flake out on me so I might be in the market for one of those soon. I’m on the fence about rechargeable though and whether that’s a good idea or not.

/out/? Flower addition

No.1780145 ViewReplyOriginalReport
Post your flower finds and a one sentence description of how you found it.
>truck broke down south of Ely Nevada.

Ultralight thread

No.1765905 ViewReplyLast 50OriginalReport
Fellow ultralight morons, let's discuss ITT.
>what's one piece of heavy gear you refuse to toss?
For me, it's the 1.5 liter Nalgene. 197 grams of dabbing on those smartwater bottle dweebs
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Air Mattresses or Sleeping Bags?

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I'm wanting to take my gf camping and I'm not sure if air mattresses are worth the hype. Any suggestions?
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No.1777109 ViewReplyLast 50OriginalReport
Based. We should be pushing for this. Keep the normies and city slickers in their containment zones.
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/hgm/ Homegrowmen Thread #231 Farming and Gardening

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Old thread: >>1772137

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All they had to do was trim the branches
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No.1766213 ViewReplyLast 50OriginalReport
how is this justifiable?
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Knife blade use?

No.1779625 ViewReplyOriginalReport
Does anyone know what this knife is designed for? It's far thinner than knives of this size and seems to have been designed with a specific purpose in mind
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