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greenno

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Posted: 06/19/22 12:57am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I have difinetly found a few places off the beaten path but I don't offer the location up in general conversations.
Now if some friends ask me about a spot sure I'll give up what I know but I don't go out of my way to inform others.
Back in the early 80's a buddy and I went down to the south pacific to find surf.
We found numerous places and got them before the "Surf camps" became popular or commonplace.
Same thing back then if someone specifically asked me about an area that they were going to I would share what I knew if they were serious otherwise we stayed pretty titelipped about anything.
We put in the effort let someone else do the same.

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These feelings are not just about camping. Fishing, hunting, mushroom picking also are close kept secrets...


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As with party affiliation, nowadays I tend to keep this kinda information close to my vest - lol [emoticon]

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Do most of you limit telling only a few friends? I think many places should be left unexposed by leaving it off the net and left for discovery and surprise by those willing to venture off the usual beaten path.

Any thoughts?


Just now getting the concept of a secret fishin hole?


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Grit dog wrote:

covered wagon wrote:



Do most of you limit telling only a few friends? I think many places should be left unexposed by leaving it off the net and left for discovery and surprise by those willing to venture off the usual beaten path.

Any thoughts?


Just now getting the concept of a secret fishin hole?


None of them are really able to be truly kept secret, a Bluetooth GPS tracking tag surreptitiously applied to a friends vehicle that has a "secret locale" is all you need to figure out where they went after the fact [emoticon] (I'm being facetious here and I do not actually endorse doing this)


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None of them are really able to be truly kept secret, a Bluetooth GPS tracking tag surreptitiously applied to a friends vehicle that has a "secret locale" is all you need to figure out where they went after the fact [emoticon] (I'm being facetious here and I do not actually endorse doing this)


Wink wink, lol!

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JoeChiOhki wrote:

Grit dog wrote:

covered wagon wrote:



Do most of you limit telling only a few friends? I think many places should be left unexposed by leaving it off the net and left for discovery and surprise by those willing to venture off the usual beaten path.

Any thoughts?


Just now getting the concept of a secret fishin hole?


None of them are really able to be truly kept secret, a Bluetooth GPS tracking tag surreptitiously applied to a friends vehicle that has a "secret locale" is all you need to figure out where they went after the fact [emoticon] (I'm being facetious here and I do not actually endorse doing this)


Yeah right! I'll know who did it too!

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