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  1. Best for the fish to grab the hook with forceps and remove the hook without touching it at all. No more hero shots for me. After the hook is out, if the fish is lying quietly on it's side in shallow water, I will sometimes lay my rod next to it and take a photo. In the winter, it's really important to not remove the fish from the water. Their gills can be injured by the cold air very quickly. Hopefully, she gets to spawn one more time.
  2. Goose- cut 2 breasts into 3/4" cubes and brown ONLY in butter DO NOT COOK. Set the gose aside. Sautee 6 oz of mushrooms until browned and tender. Set these aside, also. stir-fry bamboo shoots, water chestnuts, baby corn and green pepper in a wok or large skillet at med high heat in 1 oz of oil for 3 minutes. add the goose and mushrooms. continue at high heat for 11/2 minutes. stir gently but continuously. add 3 oz of teriyaki sauce , 1 oz of soy sauce and 1/4 teaspoon of ground ginger . Continue to stir for 30 seconds to mix sauce evenly. Serve with long grain and wild rice mix. ENJOY!!!!! Duck- 2 breasts per person. using a meat hammer, between plastic wrap to contain splatter,pound breasts out to 3/8" thick. make a seasoning using 1/2 teaspoon of celery salt, 1/2 teaspoon of fresh ground pepper, 1/2 cup of italian beadcrumbs and 2 teaspoons of parsley flakes. mix well. sparsely coat breasts with oil and rub with seasoning. sautee in oil for 1 minute each side on medium-high heat. if you have a big group put them in a cool 150 degree oven while you make the sauce. melt 1/2 stick of butter and add 1/4 teaspoon thyme and 1/2 teaspoon of fresh ground pepper. stir to mix. bring heat up to medium (do not burn butter!) and add 1 cup of Marsala wine reduce by half. pour sauce over breasts and serve with baked potato and fresh baby carrots or green beans. These are my fovorite 2 recipes!!!!-Paul
  3. sorry! no sisters....and you can't have her! it took me 57 years and a divorce to find her!!!!LOL!! we have the house rented at Brenda's campground in Pineville. thanks for the responses! we hooked up with a guy i know from the Leatherstocking Retriever Club for a hunt. praying for some wet weather now and cold weather closer to our honeymoon. been up 3 times for steel so far. fished thanksgiving and friday at the Salmon river. it was pretty good...the trip around Veterans day was slow, and the one in october was really slow. we need RAIN!!!-Paul
  4. Name: Paul Young Location:oakdale, ct Home Port: Boat Name/Type: I fish for:steelhead, salmon, trout hello to everyone! i've been visiting this site for a while and find it to have some great folks and some useful info. i've been fishing up here for just a couple years now, averaging 6 trips per year. what a great fishery! you local folks are really lucky to be able to take full advantage of it! mostly i catch and release, occasionally keeping a fish for a friend back home. i make it a point to leave nothing behind so that we can continue to access as much of the tribs as possible. mostly i fish the salmon river, but plan to fish some of the other tribs this year!-Paul
  5. hello to everyone! my name is Paul Young and i live in SE CT. Ii'm getting married on Dec 27 and my wife-to-be and i are planning to do a cast & blast honeymoon. can anyone here recommend a reasonably priced waterfowl outfitter? or possibly trade a hunt? we have some really nice private dairy farms to hunt as well as some good big water late season duck hunting. we also have 2 world class retrievers (no BS!) thanks in advance!-Paul
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