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Whats your camp?

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  1. Grif

    Grif Elite Refuge Member

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    Y'all are out of control.....this is camp...

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  2. fishnfool

    fishnfool Elite Refuge Member

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    I have no idea how many nights I've spent in a tent, but it's a lot. It gets packed and used on most of my vacations.

    A quick return on my Google photos search:

    Zimbabwe, Iceland, Peru, Maine, Yosemite

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  3. Missy Skeeter

    Missy Skeeter Senior Refuge Member

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    I've used the same tent for over 25 years (tent in sheep, moose, bear camp photos). Had to replace the zipper sliders, but it has weathered well over the years.
    Sheep camp:
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    Caribou camp:
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    Moose camp:
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    Bear camp:
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    Duck camp:
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  4. tcc

    tcc Elite Refuge Member

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    I'm not trying to convince you to tent camp, I get it. Just saying that if you have too that's a good way to go.
     
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  5. fishnfool

    fishnfool Elite Refuge Member

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    Lost Coast Cali, Norway, Turkey, Vermont...

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  6. stevena198301

    stevena198301 Elite Refuge Member Supporting Member

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    I understand, and didn’t take it that way. Very rare I need to tent camp. Overnight kayak trips are about it. On those, I take the hammock.
     
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  7. Zane

    Zane Senior Refuge Member

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    Threw an AC on it this spring, gets used year round now.
     

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  8. WHUP ! Hen

    WHUP ! Hen Elite Refuge Member Supporting Member

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    That kinda looks like our duck camp on the inside. 40 x 30 x 12 all in one big room except for the crapper and shower. Full kitchen and dining area, living room area with satellite TV. Sleeps 4 in bunk beds, I think my grandson has had a bunch more, I don’t ask. We have a functioning fireplace and central air. It is a very enjoyable place to be even when we are not hunting or fishing.
     
  9. CookMan

    CookMan Elite Refuge Member

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    Now that is a camp!
     
  10. Grif

    Grif Elite Refuge Member

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    We sleep until 8am and then have breakfast.....hunt from about 10-3, and then head back to do some grilling, frying, smoking, drinking and enjoying some good food. I remember back in the day, staying in a tent or some flea bag hotel, we'd hunt from daylight until dark, because heading back to camp wasn't that great. Now.....we shoot 8-12 ducks, and everybody's looking at each other like, "let's head back and get the evening's festivities rolling". :l We shoot limits some days, get skunked virtually no days, shoot enough to keep everyone happy almost every day, almost never hunt the same spot from day to day....and just enjoy the season. This year, thanks to the virus and not using time for other things, I'll head there the day after Thanksgiving and be home Jan. 10th.
    I love camping. :yes
     

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