Up until my daughter was born 16 months ago a common site on my homestead, during the summer, was a couple of pigs in a pen. These pigs were raised strictly for meat, for me as well as extended family and friends. I would pick them up in the spring and feed them grain and … Continue reading Lessons Learned From Raising Pigs
Are you suffering from some winter blues? I know I am right about now. It seems that my world has been whitewashed or someone put a Instagram filter labeled “miserable” on everything I see. If you feel the same way I may have a solution to put some green back into your life. About this … Continue reading A Little Green To Lift The Winter Blues
If you’re from Maine then you probably do not eat a lot of Yellow Perch. This is because Maine has a cousin of the yellow perch named somewhat ironically the white perch. This species of perch (white) is deemed far better table fair by most people in the state. While I do enjoy white perch, … Continue reading Perch Tacos
The line wrapped around the sonar unit and bit in, the euphoric feeling I had moments ago vanished and in crept a new emotion, despair. Meanwhile the fish kept pulling line from my reel, the pings that line made under pressure will be forever ingrained in my memory. Today I awoke to the sun which … Continue reading Laker Love
This blog talks about the term icing, pickerel behavior during the winter, and a simple way to prepare an underappreciated fish.