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Podcast Episode 193: Spring and Summer Eastern Hunting and Fishing

Justin, Adam, Brandon Dale, and Quincy Milton discuss their Spring pursuits and summer outdoor plans. The conversation covers various topics, including upcoming hunting and fishing plans, foraging for mushrooms and berries, and urban hunting opportunities. They discuss the accessibility of hunting and fishing in urban areas, particularly in the Northeast. They also share their favorite spring recipes, such as cooking scup and black sea bass — highlighting the flavors and qualities of black sea bass, fluke, tog, scup, and striped bass. Later, they talk about the joy of fishing and the importance of getting outdoors and enjoying nature. The conversation touches on the diversity of fishing opportunities in the region, including freshwater fishing for trout and bass. They emphasize the abundance of wild food and the need to break away from the idea that food can only be bought in a grocery store. Overall, the conversation promotes a love for the outdoors and a connection to the natural world.

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Takeaways:

Hunting and fishing opportunities can be accessible in urban areas, particularly in the Northeast.

Spring is a great time for foraging mushrooms and berries.

Urban hunting programs and conservation hunting programs are increasing in popularity.

Favorite spring recipes include cooking scup and black sea bass. The hosts and guests discuss their favorite fish to catch and eat in the Northeast region, including black sea bass, fluke, tog, scup, and striped bass.

They highlight the flavors and qualities of these fish, emphasizing their light and fluffy texture and delicious taste.

The conversation promotes the joy of fishing and encourages listeners to get outdoors and enjoy nature.

They discuss the diversity of fishing opportunities in the region, including freshwater fishing for trout and bass.

The hosts emphasize the abundance of wild food and the need to break away from the idea that food can only be bought in a grocery store.

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