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Highest Grouse populations in the past 10 years

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Imagine being only 1hr. over the border and being at a remote resort with your group and just a handfull of other guests enjoying the beautiful scenery, nice cabins and some of the best public Grouse hunting around. Our numbers have been unreal the past 3 years.

NO PASSPORTS ARE NEEDED to come on this true wilderness experiance, just your guns, rods, clothes, and 1 tank of gas will get you to our landing from the twin cities.

We are boat-in resorts miles from the nearest roads, you won't need to worry about hearing the cars rush by your bedroom window while you are trying to sleep here.

If you are looking for a trip for a grouse/fishing trip this fall check us out.

Get away from the crowds and enjoy a REAL CANADIAN HUNTING/FISHING TRIP located 1 hour from the US border. Call today for more information or to book your trip.

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    • If anyone here is in the market for an electric smoker, give me an IM. I will soon be listing my MES 40 that has only been used 1 time. It is barely even seasoned!
    • Not yet, but I have been thinking of trying one....
    • I figure any fish that doesn't get into my boat was a wall-hanger for sure. 😀
    • I've never bought a car/truck over $15K, so yeah.  It would take a powerball jackpot before I was in the market for a dealer showroom boat.
    • Dry brine with Mortons Tenderquick, amount directions per pound are on the package in a ziplock in the fridge. Add seasonings like onion, garlic, black pepper, maple sugar or brown, allspice, cinnamon, nutmeg. What ever you prefer. Take meat out of brine and let sit in Fridge overnight. Smoke around the 130 degree mark for 12 hours (for my liking) or as smokey as you like. Cut into 1/8" slices and cook in the oven 425 degrees for 20 to 30 min to your desired crispness. 
    • I just bought two panels that I am going to trim slightly to replace one of the 3 grates on my Big Horn grill... I actually have a buddy that received them this weekend for fathers day and say they work just as advertised on his pellet grill.... I will give an update next week when they arrive.
    • never heard of it....  
    • Since we are talking about searing stations, etc....   Has anyone ever used the Grill Grate product on their pellet grills?   https://www.grillgrate.com/shop-grillgrates/standard-grillgrates/pellet-grills/
    • You've got the right idea. There are a ton of bacon recipes here on HSO if you search for bacon - I've pasted one here to what seemed like one of the more popular brines. I made bacon once, and it turned out OK, but it's a long process.  Good luck and let us know how it turn out.