charlie 01 wrote:Deebz wrote:
I didn't hunt last sat afternoon in lieu of hitting up the rainbow trout stocked in Kickapoo State Park.
I have to ask, how are those trout as far as eating goes? I used to do a lot of trout fishing in Mich. and some years, in some steams, in the spring of the year they used to stock trout. Their meat was on the whitish side and did not have the good taste of the true pink meated wild ones. The planted trout were easy to catch. They used to have one of their fins partially clipped and were easy to identify, those I would release to hopfully grow up.
Good luck with those bucks your getting on camera.
Woods Walker wrote:Be patient my brothers, be patient! It's 7:30 pm as I write this, and outside it's almost as bright as day even though it's after dark with that big full moon.
And it's not just any old full moon, no sir.......it's the SECOND FULL MOON AFTER THE EQUINOX! That's the one that our Native American brothers called the "Moon Of Madness", and like with most all other things involving the natural world they were NOT wrong! By next weekend it will begin to wane, and with the colder weather predicted for this week morning frosts the hunting WILL begin to pick up quite steadily from here on out. Between the 8th and 10th of November all hell will break loose!
Count on it! Good hunting!
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