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derail away
I got the advice that I came for and would always appreciate input on how to fish using the tenkara rod once I get one.

In GEAR » tenkara vs B&M fishing pole
April 18, 9:07pm

Thanks!
The responses have been much appreciated! I have literally no experience fly fishing. Catfish are currently my favorite quarry and are seemingly on the opposite end of the spectrum. I also don'...

In GEAR » tenkara vs B&M fishing pole
April 18, 5:56pm

tenkara vs B&M fishing pole
I know people on this forum really like tenkara style fishing and tend to use tenkara usa rods costing $150 to 200. I have come across this fiberglass rod for $9 which looks like a poor man's v...

In GEAR » tenkara vs B&M fishing pole
April 18, 1:53pm

short jackets and narrow pads
Just my opinions here, but I have to disagree with the climbers opinion above. The voluminous hoods are definitely for climbers as are longer sleeves and chest pockets. However, I look for longer l...

In Philosophy & Technique » The "I don't get it" thread
April 16, 5:25pm

Re: Some general hiking questions
my two cents is: 0) I usually do not, chances of two failures are low 1) My pack spends most of its time on my body, but sounds logical if you are crossing above a waterfall or some raging torr...

In GEAR » Some general hiking questions
April 14, 8:15pm

neoprene
Daryl, I always enjoy how you think outside of the box. Have you ever tried this same idea with neoprene? It should be tougher and the stretch will be nice.

In Make Your Own Gear » Foaming
April 10, 9:48pm

great study
I think this study was great and shows that the most important aspect of avoiding negative interactions with wildlife is your behavior. I also really appreciated the inclusion of some statistics. S...

In Editor's Roundtable » How Safe Is Your Food? Investigating the effectiveness of odor-proof bags
April 10, 11:07am

probably not
What shoes are you planning on hiking in? Most people, at least in this forum and myself included, generally don't carry camp shoes and just let their shoes and feet get wet. Lightweight trail ...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Light stream-crossing / camp shoes?
April 07, 7:33pm

tum-e yummies!
This is my personal choice. Mostly due to cheapness and how easy it is to find.

In GEAR » Alcohol Storage Container - GoGo Squeez?
April 04, 1:30pm

couples bags
I have used a ray-way synthetic double quilt with my girlfriend for most of our recent trips. However, after several nights below freezing we have vowed not to use the double quilt for anything bel...

In GEAR » Mating Quilts
April 03, 9:09am

All Reader Reviews by Andrew Zajac

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Borah Gear Stealth
My girlfriend used this pack on our PCT SOBO thru-hike. She is tough on her gear, but it lasted pretty well and shows very little in the way of wear. However, she still had a few gripes. One was that ...

In Backpacks - Frameless
November 09, 7:37pm

Enlightened Equipment Revelation
Tim seemingly always responds to email within a matter of minutes and sometimes hours at the longest. He has a good sense of humor. Don't call his quilts sleeping bags! He is also really willing t...

In 1 - COMPANIES (Customer Service)
November 01, 12:34pm