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  1. #31

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    hey.
    Broadly, forest plant foods can be categorized as leaves, seeds and nuts, fruits, tubers and roots, fungi, gum and sap. Collectively they add diversity and flavouring as well as providing protein, energy, vitamins and essential minerals to the human diet.
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    welcome Pavan , do you forage .

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    I love fresh catfish.
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    when the weathers too hot to find any fishing worms I use slim jim snack sausage , the catfish love them and they stay on the hook really well.

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    I will pick morels when I see them. We have a lot of pycolocobin that comes up in the cow fields against the mountain during turkey season and we catch a girl in there picking it all the time. We also have a lot of Gensing but I never have time to dig it as I do not know enough about it to dry it and sell it properly. Hate to ruin it.
    Mushrooms are something you really need to know about and I do not. They look delicious though.
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    I only eat the the ones that are fool proof myself. not looking to die from them for sure.Heck I'm not wanting to eat any to make me trip for that matter.
    Last edited by ticndig; Sep 06, 2020 at 08:09 PM.
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  7. #37

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    Nice harvest. Foraging really pairs well with treasure hunting, you get a rush of dopamine everytime you find something to forage or find some treasure, last week while digging for groundnuts (hopniss) I got lucky and dug up some treasure aswell(Old token/button). Mushrooms are too dangerous for me though unless they are really easy to identify like morels or giant puffballs, hopefully one day there will be an app and a device to sample/identify mushrooms for those of us that are less skilled at it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ticndig View Post
    when the weathers too hot to find any fishing worms I use slim jim snack sausage , the catfish love them and they stay on the hook really well.
    Have been doing a lot of fishing lately. Bought a new graph and can actually see bream beds stumps and trees. I can actually tell a catfish from a bass by the shape of its head. Going to do some deep water night time blue cat fishing and jig for crappie before long and will try the slim jim. Usually go early and catch a few bream for cut bait.
    Stay safe!
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  9. #39
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    The bream will hit the slim jim as well . you can catch a lot of fish off one stick . put a 1/4'' piece on the hook ,squeeze it release a little grease and you're all set.
    A bait you can by at any gas station .
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    My favorite food from the forest is venison.
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  11. #41
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    oh yea , Deer harvest , lots of meat , nice recurve Charlie . my favorite parts are the tongue , heart and inner loin .
    I hope to get a deer this year , Rabbits are everywhere , I see them everyday.
    Thanks for posting the pics.

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    Charlie, what bow are you shooting?

    My longbow is a Kohannah, 68", 62@30.
    My recurve is a Bear Super Kodiak, 60", 55@28.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TooManyHobbies View Post
    Charlie, what bow are you shooting?

    My longbow is a Kohannah, 68", 62@30.
    My recurve is a Bear Super Kodiak, 60", 55@28.
    Nice!


    That one is a 1972 Browning Explorer 64", 52@28 (I draw 1/4" shy of 30). I've got about a dozen of the old classic one-piece recurves from the 1960's and 70's. This year I'm hunting with a mid-60's Wing (Bob Lee) Red Wing Hunter.

    I can just squeek out a 20 yard shot in my basement and practice [almost] daily.

    I have a Dick Palmer Hunter longbow (72") that has a Hill style grip and I never got so I liked shooting it. I have girly wrists and the high-grip recurve I just shoot much better.
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    When you're out in the fields and woods this fall you may come across some Cress . It's a true survival food loaded with nutrition .
    it has a peppery taste like mustard greens. I found a nice cluster and will have them with my dinner. Click image for larger version. 

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    man, that sounds great, I'm just up to 5 kinds up until now, staying with the simple ones. On the off chance that lone I had the information on the American Indians that once meandered this land, all a man requires is to eat well and be well is directly under our feet.
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