Nice pic Billy and Chief,,,we didn't get as cold as forecasted,,,we have 11 degrees. Lots of the small ponds and lakes are skimmed over with ice. Getting all my ice fishing equipment organized,,,thats a fun winter activity,,,lots of lakes in our area to fish. Lots of cool ice fishing stuff a guy can buy,,,good way to spend time in the cold north!! Hope everybody has a GREAT Thanksgiving....
Hi Hunt,,,yeah, we fish walleye,,northern pike,,crappie, sunnies and perch. The perch and walleye are the best tasting,,,although a bunch of sunfish are hard to beat!! Hopefully I'll get out a lot this winter and try to post a few pics if l'm lucky.
I am trying to get some Goldenseal established around here. One guy told me to plant it in wet spots and someone else said it doesn't do good in wet spots, that it needs to be in the same spots as seng. Which is correct? Any I planted where wet has not done well at all. I need to plant more.
Dieslrider Yellow root grows well in woods where you find ginseng I have found seng right in a patch of yellowroot.But it seems to also grow in places where you won't find seng,like on south sides of hlls or where its dry.So it seems you could grow it about anywhere in the woods.The best patches I have found are on hill sides that have loose soil.I sell it to the same guy that buys my ginseng but it only went for 22 lb this season.So if you find some good patches you can make a little money.I just like digging and being in the woods the money is a little reward for having a good day with nature!!I dug what is in the picture in about 4 hours not sure exactly what that weighed but probably around 3 lbs.
Billy I have heard yellowroot is good for stomach problems,sure is a beautiful root when its washed well.