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Fishing & Tackle Thread

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First for best telescopic rod is the one you exchanged for a 3pc.

Talk about fishin
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How do i roll my tarp so that it stays in a roll on my backpack straps?
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(volunteering) /out/ work general

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Hey /out/ists, I need your help. I am going to finish the German equivalent of high school later this year and will attend university after. But I would really love to do something that is not sitting in a room all day before contiuing my education as I will probably never have the chance to easily do a gap year of some sort ever again in my life.
I considered just living the hobo backpacking life for some time and travel around the continent for as cheap as possible while sleeping outdoors most of the time but I heard that employers hate when you can't show what you have done for a year (they always assume that you lived the neet life playing vidya for a year because you are a lazy slob). I don't care too much about what future employers think about me but I also don't want to not get my dream job because of this.
So I considered volunteering, not sure about other countries but it is common practice to do some sort of community service for a year after graduating from high school, most people do it in a social domain whereas I am exlusively interested in doing nature conversation or anything that is done outdoors.
I don't really care about where I do it, forest is my favourite biome but I also wouldn't mind going to a nice country where there aren't that many trees.
One thing that immediately came to my mind is forest firefighting as it is physically demanding and a very respectable job but I don't think anyone would take me for just a year without any prior experience and to be honest I also don't really want my mom to worry about me all the time. Most of the volunteering positions in natural conservation are actually just being a guide for schoolchildren and tourists or doing paperwork, both of which aren't something I would like to do for a whole year.
I would also be okay with getting a nice job for a year, ideally something where I learn or practice some craft but it is hard getting a job for just a year.
Feel free to discuss any /out/working related questions
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Has anyone here been /out/ in Mexico without getting mugged?
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Europe General

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Gillie Suit /out/

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Has anyone got any experience wearing a gillie while out?
Not really for hunting but just for like being invisible to animals and other things, observing nature as if you weren't there. One thing I've been considering is trying to bait deer close to me and just try to grab them, not to kill or anything but just to see if I could
I know this sounds retarded and I'd probably get shot doing it but something about it just tickles my autism
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Hat Thread

No.1882633 ViewReplyLast 50OriginalReport
post your favorite /out/ hats and headwear
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/out/ Movies?

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Whatcha got
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Cheapest way to achieve 3 inch lift

No.1889076 ViewReplyOriginalReport
/o/ isn’t being helpful, I want to run 32 in tires, whats my simplest way to get 3 inches of lift

yes off-roading is /out/
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Liquid gas lighters suck

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I bought this lighter because I can put it on my /out/ key chain and it take liquid gas so I can fill it with the same gas I use for my stove and it is watertight. It really sucks though and it took me a long time to realize it because I was so hyped about it. But now I have come to terms with it. The problem is it dries out after just a few months of no use even though it has an O-ring to prevent it and even if I grease the O-ring and threads. Fuck this lighter
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