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Re: No love for the reel.
Interesting excerpt, though I would have preferred more than this snippet here. I too look forward to more from Yvon's book, so here's hoping that Ryan can make that happen. Though, I h...

In Editor's Roundtable » An Introduction to Simple Fly Fishing
April 24, 7:02pm

Re: Old style wide mouth Nalgene needed, quick!
Does it matter if it's covered in stickers? If not, feel free to PM me.

In GEAR » Old style wide mouth Nalgene needed, quick!
April 24, 9:56am

Re: protection
The alternative to the GG NiteLite is the Lawson pad in 1/8" thickness. I have found them to be more durable than whatever foam GG uses.

In GEAR » Protecting Large XLite
April 13, 5:53pm

Re: My thoughts
While this is for a different net tent, one that wouldn't fit in the Duomid, Yama Mountain Gear's tutorial is really helpful for figuring out how/which seams to use. It should be pretty ad...

In Make Your Own Gear » making an innernet for my duomid...
April 12, 1:18am

Re: Re: FS Brand New w/ Tags 2014 HMG Ice Pack 2400
If you've been following Gear Swap for the last month or so, packs have been trending low--something like 2/3 or less of the original purchase price. Good luck with the sale, though.

In Gear Swap » FS Brand New w/ Tags 2014 HMG Ice Pack 2400
April 11, 2:35pm

Re: Heavy Weight
I'm guessing that the Rain Shed stuff is the more common thick webbing that is used for things like dog collars. I ordered a few small pieces sometime back from a different manufacturer, and t...

In Make Your Own Gear » micro-webbing
April 11, 4:23am

Re: Re: linelocs vs prusik loops
Personally, I like the LineLocs. As Rob Bell over at MLD has argued, they're about as simple and reliable a system as is available, provided you use the proper cord with them. He sends out ...

In GEAR » linelocs vs prusik loops
April 04, 10:36pm

Re: Kintla
"For a quite 2-3 day hike, I'd do the Dawson-Pitamikin loop or Gunsight Pass to Lake MacDonald. They're popular but beautiful." Those are typically done as dayhikes--unless you...

In Pre-Trip Planning » Glacier National Park Backpacking
April 04, 4:36pm

Re: Re: FS: Not your average HMG Porter 3400 M, w/mods & Zimmerbuilt extras
If this were a Large, I'd seriously be interested. One question--if you're getting a new pack, just with more volume, why sell the Zimmerbuilt extras? Won't they work with the 4400 Po...

In Gear Swap » FS: Not your average HMG Porter 3400 M, w/mods & Zimmerbuilt extras
April 04, 4:30pm

Re: RE: Airbeam Frame
Good catch, Dave. I forgot about the Airbeam frame. I'm wondering, though, if the stiffer frame would mean that it wouldn't adapt to the shape of your back as well as bendable stays. In ...

In GEAR » Granite Gear Crown V.C. 60 Arrived!
April 03, 3:01pm

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