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Can't logon to forum
Likewise. Same problem. emailed the provided email address. Like the idea, and I'd support it. But iff I could use the forum. Gone in 10 secs/2 goes, got better things to do than s...

In Fishing » Site for backpacking and fly fishing
November 26, 5:26am

which tenkara
Ryan, I was away fishing when the notice came out, so I missed the window to get in first on the limited offer on this BPL special, the Hane. yup, I've put my name down so hopefully there ...

In Fishing » Tenkara Rods - UL fishing...
November 25, 6:38am

Re: body bags as bivys
well, I agree, they'd probably (obviously?) be hopeless, practically, with condensation, or they couldn't do the job they were designed for. but I couldn't help it, I got this pictur...

In Make Your Own Gear » An alternative bivy bag?
November 25, 5:49am

Re: Czech Nymphing with Tenkara
Thanks Ryan, good advice, I'll try it. cheers craig

In Fishing » Tenkara Rods - UL fishing...
November 25, 5:16am

An alternative bivy bag?
I'm not sure if I should have posted this in this thread, or in the "gear for multiple uses" thread (read on, you'll see why), or just in a new thread for "stupid ideas"...

In Make Your Own Gear » An alternative bivy bag?
November 24, 9:17pm

Tenkara - the western equivalent!
This is great. Just when I think I've seen it all, up comes a new idea - I love it. Two words - Czech nymphing. Y'll can use google, check out the technique. Must be some video's ...

In Fishing » Tenkara Rods - UL fishing...
November 24, 6:03pm

Ti trowel
I don't mean to be a wet blanket all the time, but one of those orange plastic trowels they've been selling for over 20 years (mine are 25 y.o.) only weighs in at under 65g.

In Editor's Roundtable » Make Your Own Gear - A Titanium Potty Trowel
September 30, 10:52pm

Is the excuse of "manufacturers variations" just a licence for marketing?
Does anyone else ever get slightly annoyed or frustrated over the way some manufacturers seem to somehow manage to understate the actual weights of their products? Many appear to use the concept o...

In GEAR » Is the excuse of "manufacturers variations" just a licence for marketing?
July 31, 2:12am

advice on silnylon
advice appreciated please: I want to dim the color of the front pockets on an aarn pack - being bright orange, not so good for hiding from sensitive trout. The pack & pockets are silnylon...

In Make Your Own Gear » advice on silnylon
July 24, 12:56am

my 5c worth
Roger, for interest I weighed am actual 5c coin (a nickel is close in size for the US guys). The coin only weighs 2g, and works just fine to untighten and re-cinch the screw. Some countries use a v...

In Editor's Roundtable » Make Your Own Gear - A Thumbscrew for the Steripen Adventurer
July 15, 4:06pm

All Reader Reviews by Craig Price

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Gossamer Gear Squall 2010
Just bought one, and while can't yet post a review, need to put in a comment about the company. A minor slip up resulted in the rear pole being forgotten from the packed tent. Contacted the st...

In Shelters - Tarps & Floorless
May 21, 3:42am

KOMPERDELL Carbon Ultra Light C3
Not that light, my 140cm version weighs 180g or 6.3oz each - most of the weight is in the heavy handle. I have the opposite problem. The poles jam in both of the bottom sections. No probs with s...

In Trekking Poles
May 21, 3:34am

SteriPen Adventurer
I've had the Steripen Journey for some time now. It does everything it was stated to do. I don't need to carry lots of water. As I backpack to fish (solely), I am near or aiming to get to, ...

In Hydration - Water Treatment
May 21, 3:18am