STEALTH CAMPING like a CRIMINAL (in lock-down!) | Rock Cooked Fish

Stealth camping isn't illegal, how you do it may be. Be safe. The trick of stealth camping is to keep a very low profile. You don't want to park in an obvious location. Best if you can get someone to drop you off for the night. Fires are a touchy subject when stealth camping because the smell of fire travels for a long distance. Make sure you use super dry wood that has total combustion. Wet wood will produce a lot of smoke. A hot fire will burn clean. Outdoor Vitals: My Gear (Shop and Support): Your selected area should be well away from any potential food traffic such as trails or roadways. Be ready to take your gear down fast or leave it behind. When choosing a tent, make sure it is not brightly colored. I will also rock cook a fish and share my thoughts about the lock-down. MEDIA Website (For Email Alerts):
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