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Re: Mille Lacs Band~
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Otter,

Are there any non natives living in the reservation area?

Posted on: 11/22 23:41:32
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Re: Third petition for relief on Mille Lacs walleye mismanagement
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LOW1, I'm just wondering why can't the mndnr monitor the natives catch in the spring when their netting? I think if they were able to be there at the landings to weigh their fish and make sure all was legit it would make a difference to help both sides to make sure all fish were accounted for. Just my thought. We're all supposed to be in this together. Not saying the mndnr has to weigh all the fish but at least be their to monitor it.

Posted on: 8/31 23:15:04
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Re: Buffalo, Wyoming Deer Hunt
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Where did he say he already applied and received tags? And nothing was mentioned about Mille lacs. I'm glad u have a honey hole that's better than Mille lacs! Especially 10 miles from your house.

Posted on: 8/12 22:55:57
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Re: WTB: 100' aluminum dock
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Not sure if want new or not, but soderbloom's make very nice docks. Just going by people that have them. Everyone said good price and quality. Just google Soderbloom's docks. They build alumalite fish houses too.

Posted on: 7/9 14:24:53
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Re: pickled salmon
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whateverbites wrote:
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floodeyes wrote:
Smoke them and then can them. It's very good. When canning them just add 1 tbs of canola oil and 1 tbs spoon of a good home made maple syrup. All the bones dissolve and still has the smoked flavor. That's per pint.




Correct me if I'm wrong, but if you cold smoked the salmon or it is not fully cooked you need to pressure can it. Water bath canning will not get hot enough to kill the bacteria.



That is correct. When we can our fish we can it for 100 minutes at 10lbs of pressure if my memory serves me correctly. Even when I smoke the fish first then can it, I still can it at the above minutes. When smoked first just take the skin off and break up into pieces to fit into the pint jars. The reason I add the oil and syrup is to keep the fish moist when canned. Everyone that has tried it has really liked it. When I can the fish raw it's a totally different recipe.

Posted on: 7/7 12:29:50
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Re: pickled salmon
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Smoke them and then can them. It's very good. When canning them just add 1 tbs of canola oil and 1 tbs spoon of a good home made maple syrup. All the bones dissolve and still has the smoked flavor. That's per pint.

Posted on: 7/6 19:10:18
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Re: Anchor?
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I have a waterspike and with the proper length of rope out about five feet of chain, I have never had mine come loose. 20' boat and I've anchored in some pretty big waves on lotw.

Posted on: 4/18 13:41:43
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Re: Little advice and tips
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I also like to inject mine before smoking too.

1 cup apple juice
1 cup water
1/2 cup brown sugar
1/2 cup salt
1 tbs soy sauce
1 tbs Worcestershire

This is enough for two 8-10lb butts. I inject mine the night before. Then about an hour or so before smoking I put on the mustard and rub and let it sit out at room temp till putting in the smoker. After about an hour or so in the smoker I start spraying it with a mixture of 3 parts apple juice to 1 part captain morgan spiced rum. I spray it about every 45 minutes or so. Once it hits 165 I spray it pretty good with the apple juice mixture and double wrap it in heavy duty aluminum. Then cook it till it hits 200 and pull it off then wrap in a towel and put it in a cooler till it's cool enough to pull. I keep the temp at 225 the whole time and obviously once it's wrapped in foil there's no need to add smoke. With the apple juice spray it makes a really nice bark on the butt. It really comes out nice and moist for me this way. Just my two cents.

Posted on: 4/4 9:31:29
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Re: best river anchor?
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X2 on the waterspike! 5' of chain and 100' of rope and you'll never look back. Don't always need 100' of rope but is handy in deeper water with big waves.

Posted on: 2/28 17:14:34
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Re: Clear by the freeway in forest lake
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icehouse1119 wrote:
Maybe you shouldn't post reports like this about a small lake when you know everyone and their mother is going to turn out to catch the hot bite. It's stupidity like this that gets lakes fished out... genius.



Must be his hot spot!

Posted on: 1/3 10:44:32
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