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Originally posted by lemmeknow
I too thought Canada would be a good spot. I know a way to a lake that you have to go through a lot of obstacles to get through but you can get a canoe and plenty of supplies where you'd be fine for at least a 5 months. Can't get enough of those walleye
Originally posted by saltdog
reply to post by calstorm
If you would go a little farther east you could end up in idaho or even montana.Lots of like minded people out there.
Originally posted by calstorm
I'm headed to the emerald triangle of California. Lots of rivers, over population of deer. Very few areas that can be settled in to small towns so there is little population and tons of virgin unowned and state land, and winters aren't to bad.Why? Because I can't afford to by a piece of property up there.
Originally posted by Anjaba
You guys ever think that they are going to be able to detect you somehow? What if they have high altitude drones or satellites scanning for body heat or campfires? Then all they will have to do is come and gather you up from your lean-to in the forest.. Find a cave..
Originally posted by adnil
I also live in Canada (Quebec), we often go canoe camping up north and there are a lot of great places with very few people but I tend to think Northwest Territories or probably far north in any of the Canadian provinces from Quebec to BC.
I know it is cold but if you're well prepared it's doable and very few people, there are places where people have never been. Yeah I think up north would be one of the best places to head to.