In this episode of Hunt Gather Talk, we talk turkey with my friend and fellow Northeasterner Tony Caggiano of World Slam Adventures. Actually, we talk all things Northeast — everything from duck hunting to the wild edible plants there to how to get started as a hunter if you happen to live in New England or the Mid-Atlantic states.
Here are some links for further information on this week’s episode:
- What is this blackfish we keep mooning over? Well, it’s a wrasse also called a tautog. It’s made of awesome.
- If life gives you sea ducks, this is how you eat them without all that fishiness.
- The amazing thing about eelgrass-eating brant and bluebills…
- We both wax poetic over woodcock hunting and roast woodcock, grouse and snowshoe hares.
- You need to go to the Yucatan to hunt that ocellated turkey. And even if you don’t, if you like Mexican food you might want to pick up this cookbook: Yucatán: Recipes from a Culinary Expedition.
- If you are a new hunter or someone who wants to learn how to hunt, start by reading this article. And every hunter should read this guide to hunting or fishing with guides.
- Finally, here is Tony’s Facebook page.
Finally, here are all my wild turkey recipes. Hope you like them!
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