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huntersafeParticipantJuly 23, 2008 at 1:51 amPost count: 363
Are you thinking hens of the woods or goats beard? Goatsbeard could be described as an exploded softball. At maturity they appear as if someone threw a softball against a tree and it stuck fast exploding its insides out in long drooping icicles. It may be larger than that and it may be smaller. The icicles, as such, may appear as short projections in the immature room. The Goatsbeard Mushroom usually grows on the sides of trees and may appear at higher locations on the tree–at times in too high. Now hens of the woods I find more often and mostly around dead or dying Oak trees, ( at the base ) I find clusters under a dead Maple too. Once you find one, go back the next year and you may find it again and again. I freeze these they are meatyer. I have tried to transplant them to an easyer to get at locations but has not worked.
😀huntersafeParticipantJuly 11, 2008 at 3:41 amPost count: 363
2 T garlic powder
1 T ground cumin
1 T ground coriander
1 T paprika
1 T kosher salt
1 T freshly ground black pepper
1 t cayenne pepper
1/2 c extra-virgin olive oil
1 lemon zested
Mix until they are well blended. This will keep, covered, in the
refrigerator for 1 week. Rub it all over the chicken, inside and out.
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Always grill two birds.huntersafeParticipantJuly 9, 2008 at 11:21 pmPost count: 363
My dad loved to fish blackduck. He wanted the perch. It is not that deep and he would fish small jigs at the tip of the grass. Most of the time they could see them surround the bait and then one would go for it and they all would. He’d cuss the Northern pike because at times he could not get the bait down to the perch. They always brought back some crappie and bluegills too.
If you want a lake report try this site : http://www.dnr.state.mn.us/lakefind/showreport.html?downum=69084200
I love fishing up North, but the BWCA.huntersafeParticipantJuly 6, 2008 at 9:12 pmPost count: 363
We where their two weeks ago. Went in Fall Lake access point. Newton, Basswood, and Crooked lakes. Fishing great at moving water areas. Water was high. Some campsites flooded. We anchored and drifted leaches and Gulp. Almost a bite every cast. Mostly walleye. Some Northers, Smallmouth, and rockbass. The rapids below Wheelbarrow falls were very fast. A real challenge to get back.huntersafeParticipantJune 26, 2008 at 1:00 amPost count: 363
He wanted to shoot the bear.
Black Bears preferred foods: Nuts, acorns, fruit, insects, succulent greens. Meat and less succulent greens are eaten when preferred foods are scarce. A scarcity of preferred foods can result in failed reproduction, stunted growth, failure to add optimal amounts of fat, and death of young bears. The cattle would scare the black bear. The greatest misconception about black bears is that they are likely to attack people in defense of cubs. They are not unlikely to do this. Black bear researchers often capture screaming cubs in the presence of bluff-charging mothers with no attacks. Bears will run from you just by making noise.
I was at the bear center in Ely, Mn. last week. People’s imagination is the only thing dangerous about black bears.
Simply he wanted to shoot a black bear. It’s not against the law .huntersafeParticipantJune 23, 2008 at 1:41 amPost count: 363huntersafeParticipantMay 17, 2008 at 8:25 pmPost count: 363
Maybe hunters could be responsible and safe hunters. I have been hunting and instructing for thirty years. The youth students take safety more seriously than most all the adults. We will soon regulate ourselves right out of the woods. People need to take some responsibility for their actions. We do not need a world full of sheep . 😯huntersafeParticipantMay 8, 2008 at 1:17 amPost count: 363
Glad someone is finding them. Lets me know I should keep looking. The spots I hunt along the Wapsie River still have water covering the ground. I was out tonight and crossed two and half feet of water to get to a dry spot. No luck. Hope it rains else were on Saturday