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chef mike

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chef mike    0
chef mike

man every were i go i see a screen name nightfisher, must be a popular name, any who, i don't need honey holes, but was wondering if the crappies and sunnies are biteing in and around the willmar area?

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primetime49    0
primetime49

Welcome to forums.Are you Chef Mike K.? laugh.giflaugh.gif

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J'sBait&Sport    0
J'sBait&Sport

Since your name says 'CHEF MIKE', I figure ask you if you have any good recepies for cooking pheasant, I have tried few different ways but not much luck, the best way I have found is to smoke the bird. Also any ideas for making Jerky. Like to get 20 to 25 lb of jerky done so I can munch on the good stuff while hunting or fishing...Any ideas/receipes would be appreciated. grin.gif

Thnx,

J.

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BLACKJACK

Goto the Sharing Recipes forum and type in Pheasant under the search feature, theres a bunch of good recipes.

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jigginjim

J. 20-25 lbs of jerky? is that before or after cooking?

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J'sBait&Sport

It will be before, I normally buy whole or half a cow (Angus)couple times a year and figured I'll put some meat for that. How much jerky you think I'll get out of 25lb meat.

J.

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chef mike

for any jerky it depends on if you want a dry jerky or a jerky that is moist.? i will post one of each in the recipes forum.

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chef mike    0
chef mike

i put up 3 jerky recipes, you will have to ajust to how many pounds your going to make.

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J'sBait&Sport    0
J'sBait&Sport

THNX CHEF.

J.

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peerchking    2
peerchking

where did the pan fish go!

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They went back in the water! Seriously..... as I practised C&R.

grin.gif( just couldn't resist that one) tongue.gif

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