My friend on YouTube Earl. He is the king of Oregon crab!
My friend on YouTube Earl. He is the king of Oregon crab!
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Often times waterfowl hunting is overlooked and one of the less common things outdoorsmen pursue in the fall, ironically however; I feel that it’s one of the most fun filled and exciting hunters and leads to some of the best memories of all hunting.
Probably my favorite tactic over the years is one that will work for experienced waterfowl hunters or new hunters. Get a small group of decoys. Find a pond or lake or even river with decent amounts of waterfowl that’s open for hunting and position yourself within range of the decoys, usually 40 yards max if you have a full choke.
Use steel shot most places prohibit lead use for waterfowl hunting for protection of the species. Camouflage is important because these birds have very good eyesight. It doesn’t hurt to bring a duck call although most of the time I don’t believe it changes the birds flight path. Dress warm at least where I am from duck season is usually very cold or rainy.
Let me know your results. Follow us on YouTube and below is a video from our recent hunt.
Guys it’s absolutely insane this week at Morgan’s Corner where we give weekly updates on our favorite outdoor YouTube stars.
First we are talking about all Flairs crazy adventures! He buys a Camel, shoots his first buck in his property builds a two acre Pond and an of the grid cabin in the same week!
The Googans are back at it with another great week off videos and where they use LunkersTv the sniper to train the squad and shoot to a thousand yards! The word shart is used in this episode lol!
Watch out for awesome Fossil hunting in Alaska by the Outdoor boys!
Here’s the podcast
Split the chicken down the backbone and flatten it out breast side up. This allows for a quicker more even meat. Hayley and I recently made traeger chicken and jalapeno poppers which were amazing
First in a bowl mix
2 tbspn Minced garlic.
4 tbspn Honey
4 Tbspn Teryaki sauce
1 tbspn apple cider vinegar.
2 tsp garlic salt
Mix in a bowl then brush into chicken.
Cook at 350 to 375 for one to two hours until meat reaches safe temperature and continue to brush on throughout cooking. I flip the chicken once during cooking session.
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Hello and thanks for coming over to my site. We recently had a horrible muskrat problem in our pond. They were making tunnels and draining it fast! We needed to remove them and through trial and error I figured out the best method and Im about to tell you how.
First what you will need. A plywood board. A foothold trap. A rope. A weight and some apples.
Tie the rope to the board attached to a weight to anchor board far enough from bank of pondout to keep pets away and safe. Second set trap on board and place chunks of apples in trap ring and around on board. Wait overnight or two days. Rinse and repeat until no more muskrats are trapped.
Need more detail, no worries here is a video to our YouTube channel showing us removing these muskrats. I hope you subscribe
Be careful as trapping can lead to pets getting trapped or injury. Be safe.
A few weeks back my gal Hayley and I decided to take the boys to the coast. We wanted to do some crabbing but do not have a boat or decent crab rings. We do however have these small castable crab nets called crabhawks and we nailed it!
Step one- pick a location on the coast that is saltwater and generally protected from the unprotected waves. Our attempt was from either ocean docks, off rocks or ocean jetties. Gold beach was where we went.
Step Two- Attach your crab catcher to the end of a stiff fishing pole and use 20 to 30 pound test. Place bait on the baitholder. Fish, Chicken or just about any old flesh, stinkier the better will work for catching crab. We found that by placing bait in a ziploc bag it helps keep the crabs on the traps longer and makes your bait last way longer!
Step three check local regs but usually you must keep male crabs and they must be over 5 3/4″ shells. Checking males is easy and there is a measurement stick easily available on Amazon.
Step 4- Cast and wait for what sometimes is a small nibble feeling on the line or just wait a couple minutes and reel in. Sometimes the action is great and sometimes not as much.
You Can purchase the trap and pole and measurement stick on Amazon. Below are two of our videos to help show you how to distinguish males from females and how to measure crabs. The second video shows you how to catch crabs using the crabhawk. Please subscribe to our channel.
Don’t forget guys if you catch some legal keeper size crabs you have to boil them up and try them. The second video shows you just how to make them taste great but it is an expensive and highly delectable treat.
Recently my family and I went on a fishing trip for the day here in Southern Oregon and had a great time so we figured we should share it with you and give all the tips we know to make your Southern Oregon fishing opportunity the best possible. First off this trip we did was in October of 2020. We headed to fish lake and bank fished off the rocks just down from the parking area, and usually we do really well there but this time it was very slow. We filmed a youtube video and from the drone you could see a lot of weeds in the lake and it was very shallow so my guess is the fish were pocketed somewhere deeper. Anyways our setup was just a free sliding weight, a small 16 to 18 treble hook on about 2 feet of leader with powerbait. We decided to move locations and headed to Willow Lake just outside of Butte falls. There we fished the same method in deeper water but had no luck at all, so tactics changed and we switched to a 6″ senco bass worm. flipped it off the Dam face and immediately caught a largemouth bass and a large yellow perch. One thing I love about Willow lake is the variety of species, there are crappie, bass, perch, bluegill, trout and so far thats all I know of. Hope you enjoy the video of our trip. Take care! and Let me know what you catch.
hey everyone welcome to Morgan’s world I appreciate you checking out my website and if you haven’t checked out our YouTube channel I encourage it we have a video on this hunt will be embedded below along with many other videos on Oregon in the outdoors.
It was opening morning an August day we park the truck at 7 a.m. we hit the trailhead and hiked nearly a mile and a half to a clear-cut that was logged about 2 years ago maybe 4. in these older clear-cuts you’ll notice a lot of berries popping up the berries is what the bear love to eat all fall long it’s a great way to find a lot of wildlife and a lot of black bears and it’s your most likely way to harvest the black bear without the use of bait which is illegal in most western states Haley and I watch the clear-cut for the first hour and a half of light spotted one bear but he ran into the clear thick brush before we could get a shot we kept waiting and eventually hike down the trail even farther when he stumbled upon a bear that was unaware of our whereabouts snuck up within a hundred and eighty yards laid my rifle down in snap I missed him but luckily there’s so many bears around here that my brother and cousin harvested nice bears and gave us some me if you’d like to watch the video check it out I highly recommend a 30 caliber or hilar higher rifle for hunting black bear or a 50-plus pound bow with a nice broadhead use the wind to your advantage.
From what I have noticed they don’t have the best eyesight but they have a very great sense of smell, bears can also hear well but usually don’t get to spooked from sounds because they tend to just think it’s another bear. Western states are a great bet for bear hunting. Although states like Oregon are loaded with bears and you can legally get like three bear per person a year, they are hard to hunt due to method restrictions. Your best bet is waiting in areas that have ripe berries during the fall season.
Checkout our 2020 bear hunting video.
Hey guys Morgan here, I made some awesome burgers while expirementing figured I would share.
Mix two parts ground beef with one part ground chicken one chopped Jalepeno mixed per 3-4 burger patties. Hand mix together.
Add garlic salt, bbq sauce and pepper to taste
Heat Traeger to 350-375 degree. Cook burgers do not flip. 10-25 minutes depending on how you enjoy your burgers.
Eat with buns, tomato, lettuce, sauce.
Enjoy your burgers let me know how you liked them I really enjoyed them.
Add cheese chunks to the grind if you want an awesome twist.