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Talk about fishin
There's this amazing small farm pond near me that's catch and release only. It's not too heavily pressured but I still occasionally find some Mexican or toothless trailer trash motherfucker walking away with a some bass in their bucket. I'm starting to think neither group can fucking read.
not who you replied to but thanks anon, i have always wondered how to deal with this and in the past just cut the line.
They can read, but they don’t give a fuck. “Ignorant” is the best way to describe the majority of brown folks in the US.
Ain't just the brown folks. It's also the white trash toothless rednecks and their retarded hellspawn.
We really need mandatory vasectomies for people with an IQ below a certain threshold. Worldwide.
How are these creatures so intelligent? They are just a big stupid bird that have consistently taunted me innawoods for the last 11 years.
>Be me >Hiking around national forest land come up on what looks like a big nest on the ground. >ominous feeling in the air >Hear GOBBBBBLE GOBBLE GOBBBBBLE >Scares the shit out of me >Look to my right, see big Gobblenigger Hen running at me from my right flank >"Shit I must be inna nest" >sling my crack-barrel 20 gauge shotgun off my shoulder. >fire off a nervous shot, blow a chunk out of the ground in front of me >Gobblenigger freezes and sprints off back into the forest. >Walking back to my car sweating, head on a swivel >Hear foot steps in the leaves and multiple Gobble's >SHIT! >This fucker is stalking me >See a shadow of the gobblenigger running swiftly through the brush off to the left. >Nervously load my shotgun again >GOBBBBBBLE!!! BOOOM! >I think I hit it but I cant tell because my ears are ringing >Walk up to the brush where i shot >Feathers on the ground, but no sign of the Gobble nigger. >Load another round, and Sprint back to my car clutching my shotgun
I never got turkey hunting, where I live you have to avoid them on the road
We always joke that you don't need a gun when you can just open your door and take out a bunch
I had a similar experience with a female turkey. My friend's gf almost got pecked in the butt and scratched because their dog spooked it. Fortunately for her I charged the thing like a bull and she ran off. I don't know if gf even knew how close she was to being attacked.
Do any of you guys ever do drugs while camping. I feel like acid is made for camping. Going camping this weekend in mild conditions (3c) on my own and planning to take acid. Any tips for not dying aside from don't do drugs?
Inb4 hippy I'm an accountant
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Where did you have you’re best trip while /out/? Pictures pls
> First Trip > Took a healthy decent dose of sublimity caps > Walk up to shitty town park > Clouds and Trees shift into each other while plane flies right over me > saw the first snowfall of the season minutes later
I've never heard that before but it sounds like bullshit. SSRIs definitely do work.
look up 'how to use tor' anon
>you will never go /out/ while it's cold >you will always be Australian >every outing you experience will always be a desert survival scenario I just want to be comfy and go out in the snow and rain, without having to move to Tasmania. People in cold places dream of sunny skies, but i tell you living the dream, I wish it would rain and snow.
Aus has heaps of cold out places other than tas
Hikes id recommend.
>anything at perisher or thredbo out the back >Mt Jugangal >Khancoban area has good hikes >MT Kozi Thru to Geehi > Yarangobilly caves and the trails around it are amazing in winter. snow, brumbies etc. Can see platapus in summer/spring around there. >Blue mountains in winter. Not constant snow but cold and beautiful
Crawl inside and lie down. You hear it groaning and it's very peaceful then you think "WTF AM I RETARDED!!!"
I got to get back to the blue mountains. Been working cattle in the NT and I'm pretty much done with it. It's extremely painful.
>>1634850 >>1634851 >>1634855 >tfw west aus
3500 odd Km's to the nearest snow and one of the most boring drives. At least the Karri forest down south is pretty comfy
>>1634681 >all this bitching
maybe grow a pair of balls and stop seeping out of your gaping vagina.
Australia's great for /out/ because we can go camping year-round and not have to worry about shit like snow and -40 temps.
>there was a time in history where you could sit down in a field of grass and not have to religiously check your body for ticks in fear of getting a disease that attacks your nervous system and fucks you for life
At what point in history were ticks and chniggers not a problem?
>Perhaps the first detailed description of what is now known as Lyme disease appeared in the writings of John Walker after a visit to the island of Jura (Deer Island) off the west coast of Scotland in 1764. He gives a good description both of the symptoms of Lyme disease (with "exquisite pain [in] the interior parts of the limbs") and of the tick vector itself, which he describes as a "worm" with a body which is "of a reddish colour and of a compressed shape with a row of feet on each side" that "penetrates the skin". Many people from this area of Great Britain emigrated to North America between 1717 and the end of the 18th century. >The examination of preserved museum specimens has found Borrelia DNA in an infected Ixodes ricinus tick from Germany that dates back to 1884, and from an infected mouse from Cape Cod that died in 1894. The 2010 autopsy of Ötzi the Iceman, a 5,300-year-old mummy, revealed the presence of the DNA sequence of Borrelia burgdorferi making him the earliest known human with Lyme disease.
Nice. I knew OP was full of shit but just like OP i didnt feel like actually researching the topic
>>1638137 >there was a time in history where you could sit down in a field of grass and not have to religiously check your body for ticks
yeah, and it's called Queensland, Australia
just watch out for snakes though.
Questions that don't deserve their own thread thread, because there wasn't one edition
"Packable" puffy jacket, or a thick one for general layering and warmth while /out?
How do I record a GPX track with the least battery use and budget?
On single day rides I just use Osmand on my phone, but it absolutely murders the battery. From what I read, recording the track prevents the phone from going to sleep and there is no way around it, so I'm guessing other apps would have the problem as well. Should I go for some low end Garmin or a knockoff? A smartwatch? Some other GPS device? I don't know what's out there.
Maybe try the suunto movescout app. I know you can specify the GPS tracking intervals when using their watches and it should work in the app aswell.
If you ant to spend some money on a tracking device, I recommend finding a used Suunto Ambit 3 Peak for ~75€ on eBay. It's the best tracking device in this price category IMO
No because it just means black in Spanish. I named my dog negro.
CL or just pick it up off the ground if it's not wet.
Garlic and olive oil
Pic related or other? I'd lean towards the .480 Bushmaster, but want the .500 Beowulf.
Small hogs and whitetail. Between 357 and 3030 which would be most effective vs cheaper to shoot?
drops chinamen, boars and durr all the same in my books. simple as. get good.
and a massive waste of money/resources. Besides a weapon of choice, nightvision and a good off-road vehicle is all you need.
Shooting is funnest, but bait trapping is proven most effective.
A 30-30 and .357 were designed for two different things, so it does get hard to compare them even if you can get them both in a lever action platform. A 30-30 is an early smokeless powder, full powered rifle cartridge meant to take out big game in America. A .357 is a revolver cartridge that came about from wanting to get better performance from the .38 special (another revolver cartridge). A 30-30 is more powerful and will be better at longer distances than a .357, but it will also be more expensive per shot and you will also lose magazine capacity. I guess a 30-30 would recoil more, but I shoot 150 grain 30-30 for deer hunting, and I feel like I could shoot that thing all day. In fact, one thing I recommend about the 30-30 is it is a good large cartridge to learn since it recoils so relatively little you won't flinch. They can both take out hogs and white tail deer. You can also load .38 special into your .357 lever gun, and shoot for even cheaper.
use a Soviet made sink
What are some good knots to know about?
depends. what do you want to do? rock climbing? sailing? hanging a hammock? securing a load in the back of a truck? tying pretty knots for funsies?
I have never been camping a day in my life and I'm in the process of joining an 18th century reenactment club where they camp out and shoot BP. Problem is their next campout is in two months and i have never camp out a day in my life much less with 18th century equipment. I feel like I'm a little over my head guys. I have no clue where to start on supplies.
Why dont you ask the people of the reenactment club what to bring??
>>1638532 >18th century equipment.
18th century equipment is soo inferior to Middle Earth equipment, you will surely suffer before you die.
Been subscribe to him for over but just didn't retain anything. Good reason for me to re-watch it all again.
I hope its going to be comfy
I know if I asked anyone about supplies they would give me everything they could and I don't want to burden but show I'm actually interested.
>>1638635 >I know if I asked anyone about supplies they would give me everything they could and I don't want to burden but show I'm actually interested.
But the chances of you actually bringing period 18th century gear, which most likely costs a small fortune and useful only for this hobby, and being able to set it up without any help are pretty much zero. You probably want a wall tent, similar to some of the offerings at
Check out Townsend and sons they have some cool stuff. Camping is chill especially with other people nothing to worry about.
What type of stove for cooking dioes /out/ use,
is it gas(propane/butane), or do you use multifuel and what model/company?
You went silwnt, nigger larper.
I hope you hanged yourself, nigger larper.
This is a retarded question but I just bought a whisperlite because I’m sick of fighting with canister stoves in the winter. Is pic related the proper type of fuel. Everything says “white gas” but that’s not a real thing - I think the real term is naphtha, which is a paint solvent/stripper. I know you can use gasoline and kerosene also.
yes. any store with a camping section will sell quart and gallon cans that say "white gas" or "camping fuel" or something like that on them.
fwiw whisperlite's are incredibly forgiving. my cousin was ran gasoline through his for a decade, then one day refilled his half empty fuel tank with white gas, and even with the blend it ran without missing a beat.
$9 a gallon sure beats $6 for a small canister