Camping with your yak.
Baldy wrote:Just looking to get a basic idea on what people use and why...
Ive borrowed a large Trangia a couple of times and find it to be a great little bit of gear, not exactly cheap to buy new though...
Ive never used one of the small Gas stoves, other than one of those $20 butane stoves, which are ok for car camping but too bulky for the kayak. The ones I found online seem to vary in price alot, from around $40 to $180. Some of them seem to be for only boiling water, with no real way of adjusting the heat. I'd like to get something that has the option for adjustment for frying fish, obviously.[I havnt had a chance to try the trangia for this, It would be possible if not a bit hard to adjust once hot] Just used it for tea and noodles so far as ive had the butane stove or fire and a full size frying pan in the car.
For now I can keep borrowing the Trangia but Im just looking into what people use, eventually I will get something of my own.
Im going to test how it goes frying fish, if it struggles like the fella in the shop thinks it might, I will look into getting the gas conversion kit for it later on.
Now I just need to learn to cook ....I just need to start swearing alot right....
F... you all
Baldy wrote:when the $20 box trolley does the job 90% of the time, one day maybe. I plan to do a bit of camping out of the kayak
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