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Messages - MooMoo Outdoors

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General Talk / Re: How is Mr. X?
« on: July 19, 2024, 07:44:45 PM »
Good to hear from you Mr. X, THE LEGEND

Introductions / Re: Introduction
« on: July 19, 2024, 07:39:51 PM »
Welcome to NCKA

Introductions / Re: Newbie in SF
« on: July 18, 2024, 08:05:23 PM »
Welcome aboard!

Welcome to NCKA and Kayak Fishing

Thanks for the report. Sounds like you guys had a great day.

Thanks for the report guys  :smt006

Introductions / Re: Checking In
« on: July 09, 2024, 09:01:29 PM »
Welcome to NCKA

Introductions / Re: New to Kayak Angling
« on: July 08, 2024, 06:04:45 PM »
Welcome to NCKA :smt006

Thanks for the report Eric

General Talk / Re: Another Great Way to go Camping
« on: July 02, 2024, 07:26:15 PM »
Very cool Moo!  I used to do a lot of road and trail riding all over Oakland and the East Bay, and always wanted to do a trip like this.  My kids are probably big enough to tag along now, would be super fun. 

For the flat - a lot of folks will tell you to go tubeless, but to me it isn't worth the effort and expense if you don't ride often.  I put Stan's tubeless sealant in the tubes of all of our non-tubeless bikes.  It works a charm - no flats, no mess, very easy to do.

Thanks. You can put Stan's Tubeless Sealant in the tube? I have to try this. Thanks for the info. I've used Slime before and it was a disappointment.

Kayak Sailing / Re: Mr. X rides again!
« on: July 02, 2024, 05:41:43 PM »
Have a great adventure Mr X  :smt006 :smt006

When are we going to do this MOO?? :smt005 :smt005

You hate the cold  :smt044 :smt044 We can go South and stay warm  :smt044 :smt044

General Talk / Re: Another Great Way to go Camping
« on: July 02, 2024, 05:40:02 PM »
Very cool trip. I've done some longer bike packing trips (250-375 miles) but they always start with a long car trip (e.g. Oregon, Death Valley) and primarily on gravel roads with few cars. But haven't done any since COVID happened - need to dust off the bikes and the gear and get out again. www.bikepacking.com is a great place to dig as far into bikepacking as you would ever want.

Thanks for sharing this trip and all the other trips you take.

That sounds amazing. That's what I want to do some day, long trips. Thanks.

Thanks for the inspiration Moo!  I saw another creator do it and it inspired me to buy an E-bike, and I still haven't done it.  :smt005. I also like the kayak camping, and have planned and cancelled three trips this year due to conflicts.  I'm going to try and do an over nighter at Lake don pedro when I have a free weekend.

We should do it. When the weather cools down I'm down for Don Pedro kayakpacking

When I graduated College I took a trip to Europe with a bike and my brother. I biked (or used the train, we weren't strict) from Trondheim, Norway and ended at Brittany, France (we did take the ferry from Oslo to Denmark). We camped where we stopped and just kind of went for it. I had a Garmin GPS and found the OpenMBT maps and got them loaded on it and we just followed that. Very little planning, it was a total blast. But that is the last time I did bike camping, so many years ago. I would love to start up again, but now I got 2 kids. Need to find easy trips that they are capable of.

That's amazing. I was inspired from bicycle touring YouTuber who was riding in Europe. I probably won't we in Europe but I think it would be awesome if I can make it down to SoCal. I tried to talk my wife and my son into bikepacking but they are not having it  :smt044 :smt044 So I never got started before.

Rancho Seco lake is the old cooling pond for the nuclear reactors. Hard to believe, but when it was operational it was a popular place to swim because the water was so warm, and the bass grew huge too.

Thanks for the video.

I never went there before because I thought it was kind of ghetto from google maps but it's actually not bad.

General Talk / Re: Another Great Way to go Camping
« on: July 02, 2024, 05:30:06 PM »
Thanks for sharing your bikepacking trip with us Moo.

Thanks Sonny  :smt006

Cool to see you on here Moomoo, Iím a big fan of your youtube channel, been following you for a while. I enjoy motocamping around Tahoe as well but havenít been in a while. I hope to kayak pack in Tomales bay later this year.

I haven't been on my motorcycle for a while now too. Too busy kayak fishing  :smt044 :smt044

Looked like good times minus the flat. I just started my adventure with truck camping and look forward to some great journeys.

Overlanding? Did you post a pick of your truck here yet?

No tips but start getting into bike packing/camping as well.  Great video.  Thanks for sharing.

We should go together some day.

General Talk / Another Great Way to go Camping
« on: July 01, 2024, 11:44:12 PM »
This is not kayak related but I had so much fun and I just want to share it. I was always a  big fan of backpacking and MotoCamping, which I like to call MotorcyclePacking, but Iím not a huge fan of car camping (where you drive to a campsite) even though I enjoy it. I went kayakpacking three times last year and I found that kayakpacking is more fun than backpacking or MotoCamping. Recently, after contemplating for 15 years, I finally tried bikepacking with an ebike I recently got and it was a lot of fun. I wouldnít say it is as fun as kayakpacking, mainly because I donít have a kayak to fish on, but itís definitely a different kind of fun. I rode my ebike just over 30 miles to Rancho Seco Lake for an overnight bikepacking. Did some shore fishing for ditch pickles when I got there then set up camp and ate pan fried halibut with rice. Then, I rode back home after cooking and eating breakfast the next morning. This was kind of a test run to see how I like it and I like it a lot. I plan to go to somewhat more remote areas in the future. If you are a bikepacking enthusiast and pass down some wisdom, have any suggestions or would like some company,  please let me know. I have a video of my bikepacking trip below. Thanks.


General Talk / Re: New build! kayak trailer with roof tent...
« on: July 01, 2024, 11:05:29 PM »
Very cool Ron

Good luck Paul. I only have 1 day to fish this week so I'm going to stay little closer.

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