Thanks for visiting my site, I appreciate it very much. As you know I am a long time poster there. Since the change there it seems like they don’t answer their emails. I have tried to log on but it’s been a week and they still do not answer the email because I can’t log on. So I would appreciate it if someone who visits here to let them know it’s not just me that can’t get on but I bet many more. Thanks Reinhard.
For me deer hunting is over. I hunted during the firearms season and Muzzy season. Now it’s time for making sausage. Check out the Homemade Sausage page and start making some tasty sausage of your choice. Lot’s of choices here and very tasty. Here are some pic’s that will get you going.
Summer Sausage and more!!!
Yes this is something I look forward to every year. Lot of new regulations and some new area numbers so check that out. In Lottery areas make sure you apply for that before September 7th. http://dnr.state.mn.us/hunting/deer/map.html .
Following several years of tight hunting restrictions and mild winters, Minnesota’s deer population has recovered, and hunters will likely be allowed to shoot more this fall. That’s the assessment of Adam Murkowski, who oversees deer hunting for the DNR.
“We’ve had mild winters and conservative regulations, and we saw a really positive response from a lot of deer herds last year,” said Murkowski, the DNR’s big game program leader. “And now we had another mild winter. That’s going to translate to additional opportunities for hunters this fall, broadly speaking.”
Officials had predicted that, as long as winters weren’t severe, the deer population would rebound quickly following regulations that often prohibited hunters from shooting female deer. But Murkowski said the rate of recovery in some areas surprised wildlife officials.
“In some units we saw 30 to 40 percent increases in the buck harvest, and that shows significant increase in the herds,” he said. Murkowski said the recovery was often most pronounced in the northern parts of the state, including the wolf range in the Arrowhead in northeast Minnesota, where deer died in significant numbers during harsh winters of several years ago. It’s an area that has become known by hunters, often with disappointment, as “bucks-only territory.”
“There’s gonna be more antlerless opportunities up there for folks,” Murkowski said. But no specific changes have yet been made, he said last week. The process for determining how many deer can be shot in which parts of the state will be completed during the summer. This is from the Pioneer Press, by Dave Orrick.
Tired of spending all that money on light smoked Canadian Bacon in the grocery stores? I haven’t spent a dime on any for many years. I just finished smoking two 5 pound boneless pork loins the other day in a very simple process. All you need is in my Smokin Hot page to make this tasty smoked Canadian bacon. Time to get that smoker going. Let’s make smoking and grilling great again.
I make sausage all year long, but Swedish sausage is usually a holiday sausage for me. I made some a few days ago and I have to say I have to make this more often. It took me two years to get this recipe right and finally got to where my taste buds approved. Check out my Homemade Sausage page to get the step by step methods for one pound or 10 pound batches. Let me know how you like it.
The DNR has scheduled a confiscated equipment auction on Saturday, April 29, 2017. The auction will be open to the public. All types of confiscated equipment related to hunting, fishing and trapping will be offered for sale including, firearms and archery equipment.
Please note: Anyone purchasing a firearm will be required to pass a background check.
The auction is being held at:
Hiller Auction Service
10705 261st Avenue
A list of firearms and bows being offered for sale will be available approximately one month in advance by visiting the auction website.