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Picking Fiddleheads and harvesting wild trout - catch and cook

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I love this gem in the bush where the hike and effort deter most, leaving it an oasis when life’s stresses weighs you down.   At one point I had seen a coyote chase something down about 30 yards from me.  Full on teeth exposed and full tilt.  

 

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Can't beat that FF. It doesn't get much better. Way to go. We had a few feeds of Fiddleheads a few weeks back as the gardens around our place have many. 

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Something about foraging tasty treats in forest just makes everything taste better.   Anyone out here ever go mushroom hunting.  Been doing a bit of research lately.  Still a little nervous nelly about them...

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On 2018-05-23 at 7:12 AM, dave524 said:

Looks like a great trip, love the vintage Stanton's.

My first and only float reel. Over the 2 decades its gotten its fair set of abuse. It wobbles a bit and my clicker has been replaced.  But it stil works and i find it hard to get rid or upgrade gear like that.  In fact, I also have the same Daiwa rod 12ft and it’s taken a beating and still delivers. You can see in the vid some of the cork has chipped  off.  So old, I don’t think that cork can suck up anymore roe juice. Haha.   

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