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Jeffrey Wong (kayak4water) - BPL Lifetime Member

My Locale Pacific NW
About Me Practically "new" to hiking the Pacific NW after slaving at a dead end job for 7 years. Retirement is nice, though I don't feel old and gray. Nice to have more time to plan trips and leave on a weekday! And yes, I like to MYOG.
CityABERDEEN
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All Forum Posts by Jeffrey Wong

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Strike indicator. How much yarn to make one? how far up from the fly does it go
I, too, have just decided that I want to start fishing with about zero real fishing experience. I just rec'd a 14' rod (Wetfly Tenkara Package from Backcountry.com) I'm leaving at noo...

In Fishing » Tenkara vs Golden Trout
August 21, 2:16am

Re: WTB Iwana 9' handle
TUSA has a rep for good customer service. I'd be surprised if they didn't support even legacy products. Do they have a tel # you can call? maybe drop them an email? Or maybe you've ...

In Fishing » WTB Iwana 9' handle
August 21, 1:54am

Re: table
Jack, I love your table, and would grab it in a New York minute if I lived within 3 hours. If I knew someone who was moving from there to here (Washington state), I'd have them pick it up....

In Make Your Own Gear » Suggestions for sewing table?
August 14, 12:58pm

Probably even walked right by you!
And on such a gorgeous day! If we were there at the same time, you might have noticed the odd couple. Ben wore a hat, long sleeves, long pants. I wore yellow running shorts, silver t-shirt, dirt...

In Make Your Own Gear » Climasheild ratings
August 14, 1:50am

Very straight stitches
The sewing is beautifully straight. NIce job.

In Make Your Own Gear » Vented Silnylon Rain Pants
August 14, 12:33am

Sleeping your own sleep
Right on. The ratings verge on overly optimistic for cold sleepers. Friday night we hammock camped about 100' from Goat Creek (Goat Rocks Wilderness)--ya, ya, we should have walked another 10...

In Make Your Own Gear » Climasheild ratings
August 14, 12:23am

Re: Re: table
"layout table is more critical. " Good point. I use the floor for layout which allows me to walk on the layout surface--I can't fall off and no storage space required--dual use. ...

In Make Your Own Gear » Suggestions for sewing table?
August 13, 8:19pm

Suggestions for sewing table?
I have lately acquired a "new" sewing machine, a Pfaff 130 that came without a case. It likely came out of someone's table--it has a knee activated pedal. Without putting an excess ...

In Make Your Own Gear » Suggestions for sewing table?
August 12, 11:01pm

Bridge hammock bug net version 0.1
Tim asked to see, though it may disappoint to know that I didn't use snaps to close the thing. I'll likely think about snap closure for Version 0.3 This is the bridge hammock modeled mo...

In Hammocks » Bridge hammock bug net version 0.1
July 25, 9:54pm

how sit ground, no chair, tree log etc.
I don't remember sitting on the ground much for the last 20 days out in the woods. While preparing a meal, I might sit on my 2.5" air mattress, legs in front, knees slightly bent, but soo...

In Philosophy & Technique » Technique: How do you Sit on the Ground (Comfortably)?
July 23, 6:22pm

All Reader Reviews by Jeffrey Wong

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MSR/Cascade Designs Customer Service
1 they replaced a leaking thermarest, no questions asked 2. they replaced a Missing Link tent (gooey coating) with its successor, the Fast Stash, even offering to send its replacement before they...

In 1 - COMPANIES (Customer Service)
March 01, 4:37pm

Jim Wood SuperCat
Many thanks to Jim Wood for saving me precious ounces for short trips (haven't taken any long trips) with this stove. I made a 29 hole stove that comes in at 7 gm. I paid 33 cents for the cat fo...

In Stoves - Alcohol
October 12, 8:44pm

Klymit Inertia X Frame
This weird looking pad sucked me in at its low weight and its premise that deleting tubes would allow my sleeping bag to loft in the space to insulate me from the ground. I spent two nights on this pa...

In Sleeping Pads - Inflatable
October 10, 11:40pm

Ray Way tarp kit two person
I found Ray Jardine's website link at the Pacific Crest Trail website. We bought the Ray Jardine two person kit with the long option in siliconized nylon. Our finished kit measures 106" wid...

In Shelters - Tarps & Floorless
October 10, 11:11pm

Ray Way Net Tent Kit
We got the two man net tent with zipper and with the non slip floor. Pros: 1. It's great protection from skeeters/ticks. 2. Easy to sew. Good instructions. I have sewn lots of stuff be...

In Shelters - Tarps & Floorless
October 10, 1:00am

Six Moon Designs Lunar Solo
I used the Lunar Solo to hike the 93 mi of the Wonderland Trail August 2012 & twice this year (2013) in Olympic NP and in Snoqualmie Nat'l Forest. PITCH. This compact tent fits in small ...

In Shelters - Single Wall Tents
October 10, 12:47am