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Sponsor Classifieds / Re: Elk calls for sale
« Last post by pianoman9701 on Today at 08:01:22 AM »
Beautiful calls. Nicely done on the sales. Forget the woods, make more!
Other Adventures / Re: Mushroom hunting
« Last post by pianoman9701 on Today at 07:57:50 AM »
Chanterelles have been popping at higher elevations for a month. Boletes are up, fried chicken are up, chants are up, hawkwings are up. Get out in the woods and you'll find plenty. Look in the huckles for chants and boletes. Boletes are also sprouting in meadows around downed Doug fir trees. They hide in the grass. Look carefully.
Out Of State Hunting / Re: Idaho Bull Down
« Last post by pianoman9701 on Today at 07:53:34 AM »
Darn nice bull. Congratulations.  :tup:
CCI Large Pistol Primers at Midway also.
Other Adventures / Re: Mushroom hunting
« Last post by Platensek-po on Today at 07:52:05 AM »
Yep, like said above.  Found this huge cauliflower mushroom this weekend.  It was delicious.

How do you cook them? Iíve tried a few ways. They were good but nothing I loved.
Clean it and fry in butter. Tastes a lot like bacon that way.
Other Adventures / Re: Mushroom hunting
« Last post by KP-Skagit on Today at 07:45:11 AM »
Chanterelles love to grow under oregon grape as well. With chanterelles every time I develop a rule for where to find them I find a spot that is an exception. I have even found them growing in the middle of logging roads.

I think my general advice is douglas firs of any age and look for the green carpet. If you find one there are generally more within a 6 foot radius. If its growing on a log it is not a chaneterelle.

Get a book and educate yourself, only take the ones you know are good.
Fishing / Re: When 6ft. REALLY matters
« Last post by LDennis24 on Today at 07:32:56 AM »
It was blue and pink wasn't it...
Other Classifieds / Re: ISO: Youth/Teen hunting clothes
« Last post by wildwood on Today at 07:32:34 AM »
Leonpeon we have been handing his clothes down to nephew
Natchez has Large Rifle Primers
They also have 210's. They say out of stock on the selection page but when you click on the item they are instock.
Weapons & Parts Classifieds / Re: WTS WW2 Springfield M1 Garand
« Last post by ctwiggs1 on Today at 07:15:18 AM »
Here I am hiking 5-10 miles with a Tikka to save on weight penalty.

Those WWII GIs were studs horsing that thing around.
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