Posted by Russ Kronstrom on
The tarsal glands on a whitetail deer are located on the inner surface of hind leg and secrete a powerful identifying odor used by deer all year. Tarsal glands can be used as an attractant because they peak a deer’s curiosity. Doe tarsals will attract other does and bucks all season. During the rut phases, the tarsal glands of bucks will bring in dominant bucks for a challenge.
Posted by Darren Wright on
On July 15th the BC Coast opens for the retention of Chinook Salmon. Meanwhile the straight of Juan de Fuca remains closed. It has been asked of Minister Wilkinson and DFO “Why we can’t retain a hatchery marked Chinook?”, with NO REPLY. It’s time we let the government know how important this public fishery is to all of us. Please show up in your boat, kayak, canoe or whatever floatation device you have. Attendance is critical and without your support we fail!