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Fishing & Tackle Thread

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#413-“Thx Vets” Edition

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Old thread is bumped off Page 1, janny pls.

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New Bong Fishin Guide

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

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On a train and Boutta bike from Jacksonville to San Diego. Gimme tips advice stories whatever you got. Also bikepacking thread
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What's a good /out/ hat? What style, any brands you like? What are you wearing? I've always worn a bucket hat but am considering getting an felt Akubra.
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bit of a crosspost from /x/, but what do yall do for more spiritual/paranormal protection when innawoods? I quit smoking a while back, but still smoke cigarellos packed with sage and a few other herbs when I hike, and keep a pack of spirits in my bag to offer to others. obviously I carry a gun, and to be honest it's more for tweakers and feral dogs, but ive been heavily considering sprinkling some white ash into the cavity of my hollowpoints and sealing it with a little wax. i kinda annoy my friends a bit about being a hardass when it comes to littering, but for me im far more concearned about pissing something off or bringing down bad luck on us all than anything else. I heavily listen to my gut, and if im trying to set up camp and the area ive picked suddenly starts to feel "unwelcome" I wont hesitate to repack everything and keep walking. often I pour out a good amount of whatever im drinking, both when I crack the bottle open, and when I leave, as a bit of an offering. does anyone else have their "thing" they do, or am I just an outdoorsy schizo?
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/hgm/ Homegrownmen Thread #306 Farming and Gardening

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A message for HGM from Big Man Tyrone

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There's a lot of conflicting information on how much land you should buy. There are over optimist hippy types that say you can feed a family of four with .25 acres and others that say 10 is the minimum with livestock or 50 for hunting.

On the other hand, if you're attracted to the isolation, it seems like most of the 5-10 acre lots you see are not a great leap from suburbs. they're usually in the big long strips where your neighbors house is only 50-100 yards away on either side.

So, do you buy as much as you can reasonably afford, or do you go with some calculated range? lets say you want to grow or hunt 90% of your food, but you're not that interested in selling anything.
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backpack threda

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last one died a week ago, this edition is brought to you by our sponsor SAVOTTA

post packs
ask questions about packs
discuss packs
talk shit about zippers and why they are fucking garbage
and most importantly, put on your pack and fucking go outside you lazy shits
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Questions that dont deserve their own thread
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Fungi Thread

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Mysterious Bolete edition
Last one reached its image limit. Post pictures of your fungi here.
Need an unknown sample identifying? Remember to post underside shots and the location you found it in.
>OP pic
I found this in a lawn at the flats I manage, North england. I know its a bolete but im not sure the genus. The pores are pale yellowish with a rusty staining. Also, the cap should be a perfect dome but this one was damaged.
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