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nate larson

New forum needed "Outdoor edibles."

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nate larson

I'd like to see a forum dedicated to outdoor edibles. For example finding wild mushroom (morels, chicken of the forest, puffballs, etc.) wild asparagus, and other edibles that many of us search for in the woods. I would really like to see something like that on fishingminnesota. It would be a great way to share information and report findings. I hope to see a forum like that in the very near future.

Please post if you agree!

Best regards,

Nate

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nate larson

Oh believe me, I have been there. I think it would be nice to have one spot for these topics seperate from hunting. I think a lot of people don't equate "hunting" to morel mushroom hunting. Plus it is nice to be able to have one spot to look at previous years posts.

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McGurk

If you're willing to write, I'm willing to read! Sounds like you kinda know your way around a woods. There have been a few topic headings I've requested, too, but I ended up just getting to be pretty good with the search function instead. grin.gif Start a topic or 2 in one of those areas, and see if there are other like-minded posters out there. I hate to see us get upstaged by our neighbors to the south, and I'm half I-wegian!

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slotlimit

Would an Outdoor Edible include a "Pork Chop in a Can"? Just kidding....sounds like a good topic if your into that sort of thing.

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nate larson

Oooooh! I forgot about pork chop in a can. I am sure there is room to discuss that as well. wink.gif

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beer batter

I plan on finding a few "pork chop in a can" s in a few hours. I find them mighty tasty this time of year. Come to think of it, they're always pretty good.

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McGurk

Bring on the Sinatra Scramble!

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Zzapp

The Rookie must read FM : 4:06PM the scramble sounded and the garage door is up!!

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Weed Shark

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Oh believe me, I have been there. I think it would be nice to have one spot for these topics seperate from hunting. I think a lot of people don't equate "hunting" to morel mushroom hunting. There is an Iowa forum that has 14 pages of posts on this topic. Plus it is nice to be able to have one spot to look at previous years posts.


Nate,

I agree with you. I mainly only hunt Morels, and it's a short season, although I am known to plan trips to coincide with berry seasons. I too, was surprised (though pleased) to see mushrooms in the "Hunting" forums. The mushroom websites have alot of out-state information.

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