My favorite things to do are hunt, fish, and forage. When talking about providing food I personally group all of those things into 'forage' not just the plants, mushrooms, etc. The definition of 'forage' is to search widely for food. The way I hunt and fish definitely covers a wide area! :thumbup: Though, I will say that my specialty is mushrooms. I know I'm not the only one who uses my Fiddleback knives for foraging. However, I haven't seen a thread for sharing pictures of those activities with accompanying Fiddlebacks so I thought I would start one now that the spring foraging has fully started here in Colorado! Post up your pictures of Fiddlebacks helping you 'forage'! I be adding lots to this thread as the year continues. PS. I'd propose a renaming of the F2 to the F3, fish, fowl, and forage. This knife is amazing! 3/32 is perfect for slicing mushrooms off logs and level with the ground, and the acute tip is great for working in tight spaces. A few pictures of oyster mushrooms from the last few weeks. Some blond morels from today! And some of the wild (feral) asparagus we found today as well. The haul! Oysters, morels, and lots of asparagus. The Production Puukko did great as a foraging knife for my buddy as well! :thumbup: We haven't quite decided, but we are either going back out for morels tomorrow or heading up into the hills for turkeys. I'll share more if we're successful!