Friday, June 2nd, 2023
Friday, June 2nd, 2023

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May means wild foraging for morels, fiddleheads and more

The end product of collecting morels and other natural edibles is the tasty meal – usually fried in butter – that your hunt will provide. It’s the perfect complement to fried fish. (Photos by Jim Edlund)
Another long winter has come and gone. In its wake have been flood-stage river waters and a quick transition to warm weather. Stream trout season is upon us, turkeys are gobbling, crappies have moved into shallow bays, and thousands of anglers will take part in the tradition of chasing willing walleyes on the Minnesota fishing opener. Yes, it seems everything happens at once.
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