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All About Huckleberries

Huckleberry season is definitely winning down — it appears to have been a good year for huckleberries and those picking them in the wilds! But it is always time to learn more about huckleberries. I found this excellent article the other day and wanted to share it with you: Huckleberries Vaccininum membranceum/ Globare (complex)’ V. […]

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Huckleberry Pickers Not Allowed in Some Areas!

As you know, we sell huckleberry picking rakes.  Rakes can increase your yield 4 to 10 times in the same amount of time as picking by hand.  Our rakes, in particular, are light weight and easy to use. (If you want more info on our huckleberry rakes, check out our website, Huckleberry Rake. where you […]

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Huckleberry Picking Tips

Upon my search for huckleberry information, I ran across this article from last fall.  Although the article is nearly a year old, it offers some good information and tips on picking huckleberries. The article is written by John Reid who is a University of Calgary Faculty of Kinesiology graduate and Precision Nutrition Certified Sports Nutritionist […]

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Huckleberries Picking in Oregon

Huckleberry season here in Idaho/Montana is just about over, but from what I have been hearing on the web, it is in full swing in Oregon and northern California. Check out the post by Melissa Trainer who is …. Going Wild for Huckleberries in the Pacific Northwest If you are interested in gathering wild huckleberries […]

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Huckleberry Report from Montana

The writer of this article does not tell us EXACTLY where she went picking, but here is the story she wrote on July 23, 2012 Wild Huckleberry Harvest! After checking our secret huckleberry spot up on the mountain two weeks ago, we’ve been counting the days until we could head back up and find a […]

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Huckleberry Picking Forecast

Latest Huckleberry Picking Forecast from “Mr. Huckleberry”! Revised wild huckleberry forecast! After getting several reports, I am expecting a pretty good huckleberry year… best since 2009. Maybe a week or two late due to the long cool spring, but temps higher than 2011′s cold wet spring, so ripening did occur this year. Also, unlike 2011, […]

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Berries are Finally Ripe in the Western Washington Mountains

Better late than never for berries The Seattle Times By Mark Yuasa It’s huckleberry gathering time, and many are saying better late than never for these tasty berries that should be at their prime. … READ FULL STORY

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Watch for Bears in the Huckleberry Bushes!!

Who’s That Behind the Bush? The berries are out. So are the bears. By Kate Schwab, 8-22-11 As luck would have it, the huckleberries came in early this year. … who live outside Seeley Lake, a locally famous huckleberry spot close to Lincoln. … … READ FULL STORY  

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Commercial Huckleberry Pickers Need to get Permit

Commercial huckleberry pickers need to get permit TheNewsTribune.com Huckleberry harvest for personal use remains free and no permit is required. Personal use consists of three gallons of huckleberries per person per year. … … READ FULL STORY

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Looking Like a Promising Huckleberry Season!

If you are getting tired of all the rain we have been experiencing in the Rocky Mountain area, don’t despair just yet!  Most of this annoying rain is SNOW in the higher elevations.  And a good snow pack on the mountains normally translates into a great huckleberry season in the summer. Now, I cannot guarantee […]

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