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Bleeding a fish without a cooler [duplicate]

So, when I go to this lake I can usually catch table size catfish and I want to take some home, however due to the rough terrain and long trails to get to this secluded lake, it would be a hassle to ...
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Rock climbing- trad [closed]

During the first ascent in negative routes, if there is no way to use cliff-hangers, how to use safety gear? When top roping or rappelling , how to stay close to the face?
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Winter Camping Resources or Books? [closed]

Have done some winter camping but would like to do more and do it smarter. What is the best book to read before doing winter camping? Qualities of the 'Best Book': Fun and easy to read Good ...
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167 views

What are a few backpacking foods that have the calories yet are lightweight? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: What is the most efficient food to take a for a 12-15 day hiking trip? A list of suitable foods for a long hike I normally carry brown rice, oatmeal, instant potatoes, ...
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How can I trust outdoor climbing bolts? [duplicate]

I'm a new climber. There are lots of cliffs here that are bolted, and lots of people who climb them. But I have to wonder, as a skittish newbie, how safe are these bolts? As far as I can tell, ...
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3D archery course in croatia with ocean view

I'm searching for a 3D archery course in Croatia. It has to fulfill following requirements: It has to be open for public It should be located in range of the ocean approx. 30 minutes to walk to the ...
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How to humanely put a bird out of its misery [duplicate]

I have a mouse trap set up by my garage door. It's one of those sticky traps. Well I had left my garage door open all day and a bird came in onto the trap and now it has just been stuck there dying ...
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Circumstances to prefer mittens over common snowboarding gloves? [duplicate]

I know that if all things being equal (fabrics, thickness, and insulation), mittens are warmer than gloves. from this question. However, I feel like there's was a trend to "mittens" the ...
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Building a fridge in the wild [duplicate]

I've read that one can create a (actually a pretty decent) fridge with quite common materials a few years ago. How do you do that?
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When to use hiking boots? [duplicate]

I've always wondered when I have to choose hiking boots over shoes? Which circumstances on the trail (or are there any other reasons) make them a better choice?
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How to react if stuck in quicksand? [duplicate]

If I step accidentally on quicksand and get "caught". How do I react? How can I avoid stepping on it in the first place? Quicksand is a colloid hydrogel consisting of fine granular material (such as ...
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How to plan a 3D archery course?

Let's say you want to establish a 3D archery tournament. You want to create a small 3D course. You are at the stage where you want to make a concept for the trail. How do you create a map to ensure ...
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Is it a good idea to eat snow? [duplicate]

I'm in a survival situation in the mountains and I'm short of water. I don't have anything but the snow around me. As far as I know you should avoid "eating" snow cause it cools you down too much. ...
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Is it a good idea to drink your own urine [duplicate]

I mean, we all know the famous "Bear Grylls" scene where he drinks his own urine. I've ever wondered if it's a good idea to do so if you are in such a situation? My thought was that it can't be a ...
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What is the best strategy to survive in water? [duplicate]

Imagine, you are shipwrecked in a warm lake (drinkable water) with 25°C water temperature and without lifeboat or anything, plain naked. You have to wait to be rescued and have to pace yourself. So ...
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Sharp knee pain when going up and down stairs/bending my knee after my first backpacking trip [duplicate]

This past weekend, I went on my first backpacking trip. The last 5 miles were all straight down hill which caused a lot of knee pain. Now, three days later, I still have excruciating, stabbing pain ...
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What safety precautions should I take when hiking in an area with bears? [duplicate]

I am planning a hike on the Appalachian Trail. I have never hiked in an area with bears. What safety precautions should I take to avoid them (or for them to avoid me) and what should I do if I ...
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279 views

How can I keep the loose ends of backpack straps from blowing around? [duplicate]

I love my Osprey backpack but the waist belt is too long so the extra strapping ends up being about 2' long and annoying. I've avoided cutting it and have been tucking it into a pocket on the waste ...
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What is a great, all-purpose knife? [duplicate]

I'm going to go camping soon and would like to have a dependable knife that I can use when I'm there. What do you guys recommend? Not to be that guy or anything, but I'd prefer if it was American ...
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Gloves, but not for keeping warm? [closed]

It's a bit of a long shot, but I am looking for one right hand glove that doesn't keep you warm. It must not be fingerless, it must be comfortable to wear for a long time and made of something thin, ...
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88 views

Speed hiking how do I to calculate it? [closed]

How do I calculate my times? Normally I do it at least 2x faster sometimes 2.5. :) I'd love to speed hike the Alps or Nepal anybody for a go :)
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271 views

Could I have a postmortem on this suburban raccoon encounter?

I know this isn't Great Outdoors in the sense of planning a vast trek and seeing vistas, but I wanted to ask for a postmortem on an unwanted great outdoors encounter in the suburbs. I was getting ...
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93 views

Chasing with mosquitoes

Mosquitoes are the one of the most disliked petspest, but they don't seem to take it to heart. When I go fast through their territory, they seem to have problem with biting me (but if there are ...
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What large mammals have become extinct or rare in the Colorado Rockies and Sierra in the past 100 years? [closed]

In decades of hiking and backpacking in the Sierra and Colorado Rockies, I have seen only six species of large mammals: black bear, coyote, moose, big horn sheep, elk and deer. If I had been hiking ...
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112 views

Scarpa Manta - what size [closed]

I've found a great deal on the old Scarpa Manta, but I'm not sure what size I'd be. I have a pair of size 46 Scarpa SL3 boots (which use the BX last), so does it follow that I'd be 46 in the Manta, ...
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1answer
66 views

Surfing competitions, no commentators [closed]

I was just thinking, how great would it be to be able to have a surf spot (live or not live) streamed directly to my PC, with no distracting voice over. I could have it on my desk while I work, ...
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207 views

How many GeoCaches are registered in Germany by OpenCaching? [closed]

I was trying to find statistics for the number of caches in Germany, that are registered in portal opencaching.de, a free of change and open alternative to GeoCaching.com. But I've failed to find such ...
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267 views

Does “Cow Tipping” hurt the cow? [closed]

Does "cow tipping" actually hurt the cow?(other that psychologically)
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43 views

The best sleeping pad you ever used? [closed]

I used few candidates until now and I think this is one takes first place: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=szsFTODS5HA It is US army surplus mattress, I can inflate it in less than 60 seconds ...

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