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~,oot $taa on in the FIELO L%;,; / O~ Oi" ' .~ ~g trip habit that I picked up years ago. Whenever I creek, I stick a plastic bag in m`, back pocket-a bag big few fish fillets! I guess you'd call that being optimistic, but in being prepared. If hunters have a game bag. why carry a fish bag? outdoorsmen have an unusual habit of some kind. For musky man who never goes fishing unless he carries a 'in this tackle box. I know another who carries a rabbit's foot, to wear one certain hat, for luck. whenever he heads out habit I know is one practiced by a former fishing friend trout fishing without a box of cracker crumbs, a "poke" lug of red wine. and his camp stove. After spending one with him a few ,,'ears ago. I decided that he has of all. in New- Jersey is not a fish. but a stream, and one of the more popular streams in the state. Unfortunately. ,~ of those elbow-to-elbow streams where it's difficult hole on almost any spring or fall weekend. On opening we did locate one stretch of the Muscanetcong thai was and between us we managed to hook and land five trout by noon. That's when Bob MacKinney's habit heading for the nearest diner, we sat down in the shade brook" and enjoyed a lunch fit for an`,' gourmet. Up the stove while I cleaned and washed the fish. Next. Bob lbs into the brown paper bag. Not bread crumbs, he Then he took the still damp fish from me and put ~e at a time. He shook the poke, coating the trout with the frypan ready to cook. As the`," cooked, he basted repeatedly. All five fish were ready in less than 30 ~'ve had a streamside lunch like that, washed down with a are missing out one one of the finer, mouth-watering great outdoors. [l have an outdoor habit too-a camping habit. And like Bob's ours also involves mealtime in the outdoors, We always OVen. whether our menu plans call for using it or not and RecVee or a tent. One just never knows what might end 1~! One fall weekend, it was trout. Instead of going the route, we baked the fish instead. If you prefer your fish and with a flavor that tends to linger a little longer, you a try: leave them whole-heads, tail and all. Lightly grease With cooking off or solid white shortening, then heat it. 10 to 15 minutes. We usually use charcoal for fuel. Place t0aly tried trout) in the hot pot and sprinkle them with salt and Iofbacon over the fish, put on the lid, then set the oven over Put another dozen or so on the lid and let the fish ~utes. On your camp stove, heat up some butter and lemon this over the trout when it's served. Lois wrapped slices of buttered French bread in foil on the coals on the oven lid, turning it frequently. cooked on the camp stove, that was one of our more ~als that fall. to pack some sesame seeds on your next trout fishing fare. It's different. Or try it on your backyard grill. trout (or bluegills or other small fish), you'll need ~/4 cup cup of sesame seeds. 2 tablespoons of lemon juice. % a dash of pepper for your sauce. Clean, wash and dr`,' the inRredients. Put the fish on the grill and baste them about 4 inches from moderately hot charcoal for 5 to 8 Turn the fish and cook for 5 to 8 minutes longer or easily. Where anc~ when they will stock fall trout? For free trout of Natural Resources, Wildlife Division. State Capitol. 4 J September 25, 1975 The (,Icmville Democrat/Pathfinder 5 Turkeys restocked at Cedar Creek, Bear Fork One hen and eight young turkeys have been restocked ~t Cedar Creek Stale Park recently, bringing the total turkey population t~) approximately 45. according to I)u;Jne Purstey, game biologist, l)epartment of Natural Resour~:es Wildlite I)ivision at Parkers- burg. Purslev said I)NR officials are attempting to iinish re-stocking the turkey population at the park, enough In produce a good male-female ratio necessary for reproduction. "There >,'ill be mmugh turkeys stocked in time for spring gobbler season, April 21-May ]0, depending on human activity and the quality of the habitat," said Purslev. As there are no timbering activites scheduled at Cedar (ireek State Park, the habitat situation is not a foreseeable problem, Pursley mentirm- ed, But, turkey hunting out-of-season is a potential problem, serious enough to decimate the turkey population. "'Spring gobbler season begins after the peak of the brooding season and prior to the peak of the hatching season," said Pursley, "If hens killed the chicks will die and population will be wiped out." Pursley also said there would be no fall gobbler hunting season in Giimer County nor in any western county the state until the turkey population can withstand hunting, DNR officials are also in tht process of restocking turkeys in the Bear Fork area, In restocking, turkeys are mow from a high population area, such as Monongahela National Forest, to an area of low population, Pursley said. Turkey hunters are reminded that during the state-wide spring gobbler season hunting hours run from one-half hour before sunrise to 11 a.m: There is no hunting after noon. Dogs and electronic calling devices are not allowed. )i Gleawiile ilercbants wrap up softball seasoe Doddridge running attack in second period hammered at center of Gilmer llne, leaving defenders strewn in wake. The Gilmer County Titans were shut-out for the second week in a row, losing 32-0 to Doddridge County in a bruising contest which saw the locals gain only six yards rushing. The Titans were outclassed by the undefeated Bulldogs. managing only two first downs and 18 yards through the air. They face another tough test next week here against undefeated Wirt County, 34-0, victors over Harrisville in an LKC game last week. Gilmer began in good form on a hot. sticky afternoon at their Hays City field when on their first series of downs. quarterback John Fox hit end Mike Minney at midfield with a crisp toss. The tide turned quickly, however, as Bulldog defenders poured in on Fox on a subsequent play. forcing a poor throw. Doddridge cornerback M. Stickel nabbed an interception and rambled 52 yards along the sideline for a score. Gilmer's offense failed to generate a first down and Doddridge came right back to score again. The Bulldogs established a strong running game with Rick Coffman and Stickel hitting up the middle. Quarterback Rick Curtis passed 20 yards to Rick McKinney at the Titan 25 and hit his swift receiver again at the 5. only to have the play called back on an offsides infraction. The Bulldogs repeated the play. however, and McKinney, scored, putting Doddridge ahead. 12-O. Gilmer stopped a third Doddridge drive when defensive end Mike Boggs broke up a third down pass near the goal line. A Bulldog field goal attempt failed. But Gilmer fumbled on their next offensive series and Doddridge recovered at the Titan 25. Coffman scored on an off-tackle run moments later. Don Wilson got a good runback on the ensuin~ kickoff but the Bulldog's safety, Kelley, picked off a Fox aerial, and the Bulldogs began to roll again. Doddridge drove deep into Titan territry, picking up long yardage on an inside handoff to McKinney. Titan defenders had their finest hour at this point, stalling the potent Bulldog ground game. And, facing a third and goal situation, Randy Maxwell intercepted a Curtis pass as the first half ended. Bad luck plagued the Titans early in the third period when Deddridge recovered a fumbled near the Gilmer goal line. Curtis snuck over moments later to make it 25-0, Another fumble recovery by the Bulldogs gave them good field possession and. after two outside running plays gained long yardage, substitute quarterback Kelley scored from the one yard line, making it 32-0. From that point, Doddridge reserves and Titan regulars battled in the heat. The Bulldogs threatened several times during the final stanza, getting as close as the Gilmer five-yard line, but each time the tired, valiant Titans held. The Titans tried to notch a score via their passing game, but strong rushes by Doddridge defenders forced numerous incompletions. Several Gilmer players sustained minor injuries during the clash but all are expected to play this Friday. The Glenvilte Merchants softball team, Clarksburg League champions with their recent win over General Machine, placed fifth in the W.Va. State Fast-Pitch Tournament in Parkersburg. The locals won their first game in a forfeit against Smithville and then dumped Amherst Coal of Logan, 11-5, The Merchants dropped games three and four. however, 2-1 to R and W Cable of Fairmont and 6-0 to Bopra of Charleston. The team expressed apl to their sponsors for support throughout the season: Brown's Texaco, Glenville Pool Room, Yu-Go-Inn, Valley Inn, Fox's. Welding, Kanawha Union Bank, Realty, Glenville Pizza, Bob Modern Dry Cleaners, I,L. Morri Campbell, Dowell, Pacific States and Gas, Clark Drilling and Auto Sales {Mike Anderson}. DAW$OH Tack & Supply Saddles Horse Blanket Bridles All Horse Care Products Available. Halter Reins Horse Shoos At Dawson Farm -- 462-7119 IIIIIIIIIII I III III I IIII . 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