The tug was slight. Almost perceivable on the tackle I was using. Almost. I had six pound test on what was essentially a bluegill fishing rod. I had half a night crawler skewered onto a circle hook with two minuscule split shot a foot up the leader. The bite was happening however, I just needed … Continue reading Grilled Trout, Columbian Exchange, Invasive Worms…
Big News folks! Chef in the Wild and SOLO HNTR are making a connection! Starting today the SOLO HNTR Podcast and I will be recording a monthly session to deliver wild food related content. This will be a triple play for all those that love wild food - the podcast will drop, the recipe will posted … Continue reading SOLO HNTR – Podcast Partnership
As the tide slowly rolled into Yaquina Bay I looked down at my bucket in contempt. This was not the plan. This was not the plan at all. The three of us, my long time co-conspirator Ryan and my middle son Cameron, had been digging for the better part of an hour and had about … Continue reading Basque Clam and Trout Risotto
The elk were a meager 70 yards away. My father, buddy and I had spotted them from over a mile off and had managed to sneak, undetected, to well within shooting distance. It felt like a hunt that was coming together as I slipped out from behind a tree, aimed my scope to just in … Continue reading Pemmican
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