The Rogue River flow has dropped back down again to fishable levels. However rain is expected to return to the Rogue Valley in the immediate future, and it could all go back up quickly. A good time to give it a rest. The
Rogue River Flows
widget with it’s graph found in the right hand column of this page is a good place to track the flow. Scroll down to find it.
Meanwhile wild harvest from the Fall sustains through the rain fronts. Found a great recipe for quail on the Food For Hunters blog. It is called Buttermilk Fried (mountain) Quail, and I can highly recommend it. Rick and Jen hail from Nebraska and are quite active with their blog. I’ve found and tried a number of the tasty “wild” recipes they have catalogued.
And I would be remiss in not mentioning one of my all time favorite winter venison recipes. Deer Camp Chili is from Field & Stream I’ve been enjoying bowls of this simple chili dish for years. Want to take the edge off a cold February or March day and there is nothing better going than Venison Deer Camp Chili.
Field & Stream Ultimate Deer Camp Chili