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Anyone know good fishing spots in MA? I'm trying to stay local and go for places near Foxborough.
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>>814322
boston reporting in, kid.
try the fucking harbor.
there's an entire ocean on the coast.
cape, too.

but for real, if you're not trying to go too far, i don't know too many places over by foxborough, but i know a bunch in NH, if fresh water is more what you're aiming for.
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>>814322
>good fishing spots
>in MA

pick one
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>>814322

check out 1rod1reel on youtube he fishes MA a lot. I think one food spot is the Patapsco River at the dam in Ellicott city in the spring & fall for rainbow and brown trout

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What are /out/s go to axes?

I'm getting increasingly into hiking and I already have a Camp Axe. I was looking for something a bit bigger and higher quality.

It(or they) need to be large and sharp enough to fall small tree and still small enough to be easy transported.

Whats a few QUALITY companies I should look at, and what are the best axe designs for what I'm looking for?

Many thanks, pic unrelated.
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Just move along fellas

Someone in /arg/ probably told him that /out/ is easy to troll

Don't prove them right, okay?
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>>814610
Gransfors or Hultafors

The latter are a bit less overpriced but the former are the cadillacs
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>what do you mean by "small trees"
>do you have the necessary training for such work
>are you gonna be doing it professionally
>what do you mean you have a "Camp Axe"
>what axe head are you looking for, something specifically for felling? Or something more of an all rounder
>what weight of the head are you looking for?
>what kind of wood...
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I got a 25$ Amazon gift card and I got no fucking clue what to buy.

Can you help me /out/ ?

Should be somehow hiking related if possible
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Buy something you need or save it until you can think of something.

A leatherman/pocket knife is always a good investment for an outdoorsman
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>>814496
Got several fixed and folder knifes. Problem is: At this point I got everything I need.

I'm not one of those guys who finds a new hobby and starts it by throwing as much money as possible in its direction.

I got good boots, Socks, clothes and a wonderful surplus combat pack I love more than the brand new hicking ruck I got for christmas.

I'm pretty basic when it comes to equipment. But I still want to spend the dosh on something useful.
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Give it to me for charity.
The I-need-shit-and-I-have-no-money Fund.

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Hey fellas.
Anybody here interested in swedish nature and/or fishing should check out my blog. I will update it daily.
Thanks for reading.
Swedishangler.wordpress.com
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>>814479
fuck off hit whore
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>>814557
Sorry friend, here's the link.
Hope you enjoy
https://swedishangler.wordpress.com
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>>814479
i am interested in Swedish nature and fishing, but im not gonna sit at my desk looking at pictures of you looking at it
0/10 would not visit website

It seems in this state, you can shoot raccoons and skunks when there is "active damage", but you're supposed to have a license to kill opossums.

The freaking skunk(s) in the area are complete douches. Going around on the hottest and most humid nights and of course, getting into fights with other animals, leading to them spraying and stinking up the entire neighborhood.

screw you skunks
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>waaaa! nature is so inconvenient

sage
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>>814324
i had one crawl into my sleeping bag with me one night on a week long winter backpacking trip.
he was looking for food and since i had none on me he went on his merry way.
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Wasps.
Mother. Fucking. Wasps.

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Hey guys, I'm going backpacking in the Ardennes pretty soon. I'm also planning on longboarding there but I don't own a longboard. Does anyone have experience with hiring one or just some advice?
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Hire one? Surely you would be better off buying one that suited you before the journey began.
You may want to consider biking instead. Longboarding is fun but it's not energy efficient and over a long distance I suspect you'd wear yourself out. Plus you can strap stuff to the side of your bike and balance the load in a way that (I assume) is impossible on a longboard.
If you really want to rent a longboard, at the very least make sure you practice on a longboard or two at home if you can't already ride one.
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>>814156
Thanks for the advice
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as someone who has skated plenty of downhill in the ardennes, let me give you these pieces of advice:
1) if you don't know what you're doing, please don't do it at all. we put a lot of measures into taking down roads safely to ensure we don't get hurt or blow the spot by drawing police attention
2) if you know how to skate downhill, please do your research about the road and environment
3) use spotters and/or follow car, roads can get small and hectic in the ardennes at times, be aware of this factor
4) know how to coleman slide / footbreak (this...
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Let's see your mowers /out/
I just bought this commercial grade Toro yesterday. It's my first mower. Can't wait to pull her out later today.
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>>813842
Did you buy it second hand? Looks old for a new mower.
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>post your mower

K.
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Do you like Moon Cacti?

You fuckin better cunt

Theres literally no reason not to
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>>813839
My feelings are leaning towards I don't give a shit rather than liking or disliking
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grafted cacti are for women.

they like them because they're similar to them, worthless leeches with questionable decorative value.
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I think they look pretty but they don't seem to live long healthy lives. one of the two plants will die eventually and then it's a stupid cactus

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Where to buy a cabin in the woods for cheap? Which country has the most beautiful affordable forests? Is this a thing in your country?
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not in Australia my friend
land is scary expensive and the woods try kill you


just last week my friends in south australia got killed by the 7 foot red kangaroo
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>>813815
Seconding
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>>813843
If you can't box with a roo and win you're not fit to live in Aus m8

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Hey /out/, I'll be climbing mt. baker about 9 hours, and I was wondering if any other climbers on here had any tips or tricks? I know It's not the biggest mountain but any advice is appreciated.
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>>813731
You have cell coverage up there? I didn't when I was up there.

Climbed it about a month and a half ago. Assuming you're doing a standard route the only thing that might be considered sketchy is the Roman wall. Even that isn't too bad.
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>>813731
>any advice is appreciated
About what?
Just climb the mountain FFS.
Does baby need someone to hold his hand?
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I did it when I was seven. Scampered around the whole way. Drank water from one of the streams without getting sick. I wouldn't do the latter again if that helps.
Too many Californians moving North.

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need you to weigh in on this /out/

i have had the msr miniworks for 3 years with zero problems. recently however, i was being a lazy faggot and instead of sanitizing after a backpacking trip by boiling the pieces, i stuck the chamber and pump head in the microwave for 1 min and walked away.

well there was a little plastic-y thing in the pump that melted and now the pump is ruined. i was reading over the warranty on this and it said its not covered by misuse or improper handling/maintenance. however, i tried searching for a pump head on ebay and amazon but i cant...
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>>812494
You tightass fuck. 3 years, and it shits itself because of your stupidity, and you won't just spend the $70 on a new one?
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>>812494
Send it in they might fix it. What do you have to lose?

Also you could just use it as a gravity fed filter if the pump thingy still lets water through.

But yea I am like destitute poor but 3 years from a 70 dollar water filter is pretty good just buy a new one. Hell my replacement cartridges are 40 bucks.
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>>812537
nah man, this shit could have lasted longer. im poor as shit at the moment. i guess ill just ask them to sell me the pump
>>812540
it wont work as a gravity filter, it needs pressure. i tried

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Hi guys! I'm a total newfag on /out/,(otherwise I'm a /b/tard). I've been thinking about going fishing, but I have no idea where to begin. If you guys could help me get some basic knowledge, I'd highly appreciate it. I'd like to know about bait, rods, licenses, etc .Houstonfag, btw
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What kind of fishing will you be doing? ocean fishing? river/lake? catfish? bass? panfish? ocean fish?
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>>811093
Insufficient data for a meaningful answer.
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>>811117
Most new fags only know where not what. Hell I am a salty fucker and I catch shit I wasn't expecting all the time.

Op tell us where you want to fish, and how much money you are willing to spend today on you're new addiction

Primitive Technology does it again
Pic related
https://youtu.be/qEUGOyjewD4
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Based
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>>807328
He makes it look so easy, but god damn it would take forever to get that much grass.
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>two hours ago
>over one hundred thousand views
The absolute fucking madman

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Hi! I need your help. I am going on Camp like helper for little kids and i wanna know some good camp games.
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>>801842
>horseshoes
>slingshots (take them back after)
>mounted combat
>bug collecting race
>wake them up early and look at the birds calling in the morning
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>>801842

Plan some high energy physical activity towards sunset so that they'll be tired out (ie nice and quiet) in the evening for dinner / bed. Otherwise you'll have a bunch of hyperactive shits running around in the dark.

>Knights, mounts and cavaliers
>Red rover
>freeze tiggy (tag)
>human pyramid
>limbo
>tunnel ball
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>>801899
I was thinking red rover too but that game is banned in a lot of schools now. If you have a field, running bases is good, just need a tennis ball, a couple sweatshirts to use for bases, and a couple of counselors or chaperones that want bean screaming children with a tennis ball.
500 was fun too. Just need a ball and clearing

Dunno how little these kids are, but I remember playing red light green light when I was tiny.

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How do I revive my grass.
>went on vacation for a month
>sprinkler system restarted due to Californian fires messing up electric distribution
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>>814134
>>813450
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>>814134
Literally just ficking water it. I didn't respond to your last thread because the question is so ficking stupid.

Did your grass never brown in the summer as a kid? It happens. Just water it.

Don't drown it. Just water it every evening untill the lawn turns damp. Then every few evenings after that untill it starts growing again.

It isn't rocket surgery
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>>814146
Thanks this shit made me laugh my ass off

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