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Small Game Hunting With Mink

No.1477804 ViewReplyOriginalReport
Has anyone used ferrets or minks to hunt before?

This guy hunts brown rats, carp, muskrat, squirrels, and rabbits using trained mink.

Who mink man here?
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No.1475638 ViewReplyOriginalReport
Kino mountains?

Kino mountians.

Yes, I know, but I still love the look of this mountain coupled with the fact that it is the highest one.
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Comfy pics taken while out

No.1474415 ViewReplyLast 50OriginalReport
Old thread also reached image limit.
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Dream Trips: Under-Traveled Edition

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What are some of your dream /out/ trips that are under-traveled or in less frequented parts of the world?

>Venezuelan Andes
>The Kungsleden Trail
>The Jordan Trail
The list goes on...

For me it's the Transcaucasian Trail, from the Caspian to the Black Sea via Azerbaijan and Georgia. I hope the trails get officially finished and linked soon so I can quit my job and attempt to thru hike it.
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No.1477151 ViewReplyOriginalReport
What do you use rope for?
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/out/ music thread

No.1461255 ViewReplyLast 50OriginalReport
Last thread gave a lot of good tunes. What music do you guys listen to while on the trail? Pic related.
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Homegrowmen Thread #165 Farming and Gardening

No.1474989 ViewReplyLast 50OriginalReport
Old thread: >>1471789

=Search terms=

Agrarian - Agriculture - Agrology - Agronomy - Aquaculture - Aquaponics - Berkeley Method Hot Composting - Cold Frames - Companion Planting - Composting - Container Gardening - Co-operative Farming - Core Gardening Method - Cultivation - Deep Water Culture (DWC) - Dry Farming - Espalier - Farmer's Market - Forest Gardening - Forestry - Fungiculture - Geoponics - Greenhouses - Homesteading - Horticulture - Hot Boxes - Hugelkultur - Humanure - Hydroponic Dutch Bucket System - Keyhole Garden - Korean Natural Farming - Kratky Method - Landscaping - Lasagna Gardening - Ley Farming - Market Garden - Mittlieder Method - Mulching - No-till Method - Ollas Irrigation - Orchard - Permaculture - Plasticulture - Polyculture - Polytunnels - Propagation - Rain Gutter Garden - Raised Beds - Ranch - Rooftop Gardening - Ruth Stout No-work Garden - Sharecropping - Shifting Cultivation - Soil-bag Gardening - Square Foot Gardening - Straw Bale Gardening - Subsistence Agriculture - Sugar Bush - Truck Farming - Vermiculture - Vertical Gardening - Window Frame Garden - Windrow Composting

Agouti - Alpaca - Animal Husbandry - Antelope - Beefalo - Black Soldier Fly (BSF) - Brushturkey - Capybara - Cattle - Cavy - Chickens - Coypu - Crayfish - Curassow - Dairy - Deer - Donkey - Dove - Ducks - Fish - Game Birds - Geese - Giant Guinea Pigs (Cuy) - Goats - Grouse - Guan - Guineafowl - Hedgehog - Heliciculture - Honey Bees - Iguanas - Llama - Ostrich - Partridges - Pheasant - Pigeon - Pigs - Poultry - Quail/Bobwhite - Rabbits - Rats (Cricetomy/Thryonomy) - Sheep - Snails - Tegu - Toads - Trumpeter - Turkey - Worms


General Info & Anon-created Guides:
Check >>>/an/plant for the non-food sister thread.


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Stealth Camping: How to Stealth Camp

No.1458811 ViewReplyLast 50OriginalReport
I live in central Wisconsin there are many deciduous/coniferous/mixed/evergreen forests, as well as high(ish) altitude mountain regions and humid riverbank brush areas, as well as river islands. I want to camp everywhere, but unfortunately Wisconsin has a shit ton of Wardens (2.9 per county officially, which is a retarded average, so assume 3) so it's somewhat difficult.

How do I stealth camp? Im somewhat of a beginner to camping on my own.
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ITT: Wildlife You've Seen While /out/ - Spring Edition

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Old thread 404'd

Post your pics and/or stories of birds, mammals, and other wildlife you've seen while outdoors. Wildflowers are fine too!

Pic related, Savannah Sparrow enjoying the Spring blooms.

No.1476827 ViewReplyOriginalReport
You do hike mindfully, right?

I hope you don't get lost in thought while outdoors.
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