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Re: The Fisher were moving! [Re: Jurassic Park] #7119530
01/03/21 11:06 PM
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Fisher are king among what I have trapped.Hace never had a chance to catch a wolverine.

Re: The Fisher were moving! [Re: Northof50] #7119532
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Originally Posted by Northof50
JP which way were those fisher facing ?
They must have been running out of Minnesota cause none of those guys could catch any if their life depended on it.

Good catch on those marten eating.

By the way I see some fleas, they are quite out in the open,


I didnít see any fleas on them. Surprised me.
If youíre looking at those white specks on the fur itís salt. I was salting a deer cape yesterday.


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Re: The Fisher were moving! [Re: Jurassic Park] #7119534
01/03/21 11:08 PM
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Funky thing about those fisher. The ones I have caught smell a bit of wolverine. We do have a yearly limit of one fisher, they are a relatively recent addition to our mainland SEAk area.

The pierogi i know, and we eat has potatoes and cheese in the dumpling, served with caramelized onions with yogurt or sour cream over top.

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Around here it is a Polish dish. 50 years ago a friend ran this place:

Mrs. T's Pierogies is a mass market brand of pierogies in the United States. It is a product of Ateeco, Inc. based in Shenandoah, Pennsylvania.

The company was founded in 1952 by Ted Twardzik.[6][7] They make 14 varieties of pierogies and produce over 500 million pierogies per year.[6] In the full sized pieorgie, the varieties include; 4 Cheese Medley, 5 Cheese Pizza, American Cheese, Broccoli & Aged Chedder, Classic Cheddar, Classic Onion, Feta & Spinach, Garlic & Parmesan, Jalapeno & Sharp Cheddar, Loaded Baked Potato, Savory 5 Cheese Blend, Sour Cream and Chive, and, Traditional Sauerkraut.[8]

The company promotes the Great Pierogi Race at home games of the Pittsburgh Pirates.

Re: The Fisher were moving! [Re: Northof50] #7119538
01/03/21 11:09 PM
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Originally Posted by Northof50
JP which way were those fisher facing ?
They must have been running out of Minnesota cause none of those guys could catch any if their life depended on it.

Good catch on those marten eating SOB's

By the way I see some fleas, they are quite out in the open,


Look closely at his selfie and tell me what you see in what he calls a beard!

Moosetrot

Re: The Fisher were moving! [Re: mad_mike] #7119546
01/03/21 11:12 PM
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Originally Posted by mad_mike
Funky thing about those fisher. The ones I have caught smell a bit of wolverine. We do have a yearly limit of one fisher, they are a relatively recent addition to our mainland SEAk area.

The pierogi i know, and we eat has potatoes and cheese in the dumpling, served with caramelized onions with yogurt or sour cream over top.


Never smelled a Wolverine before so Iíll take your word for it.

We also make them with potato and cheese as well.

We bought 14lbs of cottage cheese from a farm and made a ton of perogies with it. Cottage cheese are our favourite.


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Re: The Fisher were moving! [Re: Moosetrot] #7119551
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Originally Posted by Moosetrot
Originally Posted by Northof50
JP which way were those fisher facing ?
They must have been running out of Minnesota cause none of those guys could catch any if their life depended on it.

Good catch on those marten eating SOB's

By the way I see some fleas, they are quite out in the open,


Look closely at his selfie and tell me what you see in what he calls a beard!

Moosetrot




Lol thatís just me aging! White hairs are popping up all over!


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Re: The Fisher were moving! [Re: Jurassic Park] #7119553
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Originally Posted by Jurassic Park
Originally Posted by mad_mike
Funky thing about those fisher. The ones I have caught smell a bit of wolverine. We do have a yearly limit of one fisher, they are a relatively recent addition to our mainland SEAk area.

The pierogi i know, and we eat has potatoes and cheese in the dumpling, served with caramelized onions with yogurt or sour cream over top.


Never smelled a Wolverine before so Iíll take your word for it.

We also make them with potato and cheese as well.

We bought 14lbs of cottage cheese from a farm and made a ton of perogies with it. Cottage cheese are our favourite.


Good stuff, comfort food at its finest.

Re: The Fisher were moving! [Re: Jurassic Park] #7119576
01/03/21 11:36 PM
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The fleas are on the dinner plate, they must have jumped off and stuck to the perogies and the oils stuck them there, oh well they are history now

Moosetrot those white hairs is cause he is chasing older women now.


any funny feeling come 6 hours from now, you will know they want out.

Re: The Fisher were moving! [Re: Nessmuck] #7119588
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Originally Posted by Nessmuck
JP....whatís your best head count of Fisher in a single season ?


Not many. Iím not a very good trapper.


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Re: The Fisher were moving! [Re: Northof50] #7119597
01/03/21 11:57 PM
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Originally Posted by Northof50
The fleas are on the dinner plate, they must have jumped off and stuck to the perogies and the oils stuck them there, oh well they are history now

Moosetrot those white hairs is cause he is chasing older women now.


any funny feeling come 6 hours from now, you will know they want out.



They are a good substitute for sesame seeds.

Re: The Fisher were moving! [Re: NonPCfed] #7119640
01/04/21 05:12 AM
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Originally Posted by NonPCfed
Nice action on the fishers!! They are one of the coolest looking NA furbeaers. We'll never have them, they need actual forests and northern ones at that. We're lucky to have tree squirrels. The Black Hills out in western SD has some marten, maybe some fishers will ditty mount across the plains to join them someday, never can tell.

No real culture of perogies here, not enough eastern Euro ancestry people.Norskies don't really stuff things, except whatever they put on the inside of a lefse. A couple of my aunts, who grew up speaking German has their first language, used to make "cheese pockets" and "fleisch kniflah" which are both sort of like perogies. Maybe I should learn the recipes someday. I like eating big pieces of meat and less flour-dominated things. And whole pieces of fruits. I had an order of perogies at the Peace Gardens the only time I visited that place. Does that count...?



Don't tell the fishers in North Dakota they need forests to survive.

Re: The Fisher were moving! [Re: Jurassic Park] #7119715
01/04/21 07:34 AM
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Originally Posted by Jurassic Park
Lol thatís just me aging! White hairs are popping up all over!


That comes after you bust out of puberty. Be patient.

Re: The Fisher were moving! [Re: Posco] #7119720
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Originally Posted by Posco
Originally Posted by Jurassic Park
Lol thatís just me aging! White hairs are popping up all over!


That comes after you bust out of puberty. Be patient.

It only gets better crazy


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Re: The Fisher were moving! [Re: Jurassic Park] #7119732
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Good job on the fishers. Your perogies look good, but brown butter makes them great laugh

Re: The Fisher were moving! [Re: Jurassic Park] #7119745
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Nice catch JP, with we had them here.


"Where Can A Man Find Bear Beaver And Other Critters Worth Cash Money When Skinned?"

Re: The Fisher were moving! [Re: Flipper 56] #7119947
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Originally Posted by Rat_Pack
Good job on the fishers. Your perogies look good, but brown butter makes them great laugh


Thanks Rat Pack! Never heard of brown butter before. Going to google it lol.

Originally Posted by Flipper 56
Nice catch JP, with we had them here.


Thanks Flipper!


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Re: The Fisher were moving! [Re: 330-Trapper] #7120086
01/04/21 01:19 PM
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Originally Posted by 330-Trapper
Originally Posted by Posco
That comes after you bust out of puberty. Be patient.

It only gets better crazy

He'd probably throw in the towel if we told him what lay ahead.

Re: The Fisher were moving! [Re: Jurassic Park] #7120119
01/04/21 01:49 PM
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Don't tell the fishers in North Dakota they need forests to survive.


Steven 49er- And where are those Nodak fishers found, the Pembina escarpment and the Turtle Mountains...? Nothing like that around here, and certainly no porky-pigs. Maybe parts of Roberts and Marshall Counties in ne SD and the Black Hills could support fishers (the Black Hills have porcupines), but for most of the state, I highly doubt it. But, I could be wrong, we'll see.


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Re: The Fisher were moving! [Re: Jurassic Park] #7120120
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Fisher are very adaptable.

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