A how to guide for canning salmon with no extra work. We used this method to can 44 pints of salmon and have been enjoying eating it all winter long. This canned salmon is even our daughter Bellamy’s favorite food!
It’s not all drudgery. Sometimes what most folks would consider work is actually an enjoyable hobby. The side effect of thinking ahead and planning in advance reduces stress in seasons to come. Click on over to see what we’ve been up to so far this spring, yes, in preparation for next winter.
Catching and cleaning wild caught trout was one of my first experiences harvesting wild food. Deeply satisfying is one way to describe the feeling of a fish on the line after hours and hours of casting. The patience that I see developing in my sons is a gift just as great as the gift of […]
In Montana, we are surrounded by rivers, lakes and streams abundant with fish to harvest and feed our family. Here’s our favorite recipe to eat trout that can be made at home or easily cooked over the campfire in the woods.
The smelt are running in the UP & that means you’ll have lots of fish to clean! If you’re looking for a super easy & lightening fast way to clean your haul of smelt, I’ve got you covered with both a written & video tutorial!
There’s nothing better than cooking up your fresh catch after a day spent fishing. Knowing how to fillet your fish is a handy skill to have. Here’s how to fillet a fish