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OK, I could use some good fish recipes and some opinions on everybodies favorite fish to eat... AND why you like it.. texture, taste (strong or mild) etc......  and recipes don't forget the recipes.....
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Ga Salomon, Take a file it wrap the fish, butter, onions, salt and pepper aluminum foil and let cook on the grill for about 5 minutes and yumm. Or you can just catch it cut it and eat it and never leave the creek bank. Raw Salomon yummiest!!

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 Tuna steak and just enough light olive oil so that it does not stick to the pan.  Pork rub optional.
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I am a big fan of brook or rainbow trout.  Put them in a pan with a bit of olive oil and a wee bit of pepper. 
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 Pan-fried wild brook trout for the win here. Fried in butter, salt and pepper.
 
Never cared for soft catfish types.
 
Deep fried, battered bluegills or crappies are pretty good.
 I also like boiled cod, (Poor-mans Lobster, dipped in seasoned melted butter.)
 
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I like to get any trout, fillet it. Make a mixture of flour, salt, pepper, and a little bit of garlic powder. roll the fillet in the mixture. Coat the pan in olive oil or bacon grease (if you got it) and let the fillet fry till brown. I'm not a big fish eater but I'll eat this.

Edited to add: I like this recipe because it is fast and easy. The texture is good because you have the crispy outside with nice tender inside.


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 Fresh Crappie, fileted and deep fried using Louisiana Fish Fry seasoned corn meal.  IT just doesn't get any better.  Second best is bass filets done the same way.
I've had trout prepared about every way possible, I guess, and didn't care for any of them.
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I'm not in to breaded fish, my favorite is some blue gills or crappies pan fried for breakfast.  Nothing like fish and eggs.
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Originally posted by RONK RONK wrote:

 Pan-fried wild brook trout for the win here. Fried in butter, salt and pepper.
 
Never cared for soft catfish types.
 
Deep fried, battered bluegills or crappies are pretty good.
 I also like boiled cod, (Poor-mans Lobster, dipped in seasoned melted butter.)
 
 
I always thought the 'poor-mans lobster' was Monk fish???
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Sandy river Steelhead!!!  pan fried in butter and clove of garlic.  Light sprinkling of lemon. 
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Kingfish marinated in italian dressing and grilled while sprinkled with lemon, and red pepper.
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Salmon, grouper and trout. Yummy. As a matter of fact, I had grouper for lunch today.
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Originally posted by lucytuma lucytuma wrote:

I'm not in to breaded fish, my favorite is some blue gills or crappies pan fried for breakfast.  Nothing like fish and eggs.


Right on.  Camping is the best when you can catch fresh fish for breakfast.  I take the crappie, blue gill or walleye fried in a little butter.  Dynamite!!
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Red Snaper or Grouper.  Fileted and broiled 15-20 minutes with butter and lemon juice, S&P to taste.  Light and fluffy white, yummy!!!! Walleye or stripper (rock fish) is 2nd choice. 
 
Being Southern... Basically any white meat fish, lightly floured and pan fried with buttery grits and corn bread with ground red peppers. 
 
Man I'm drooling and I just eat 10 minutes ago! LOL
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MMMMMM Flounder grilled with Mrs Dash's seasoning. Good stuff!!!!!!!
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Warmouth Bass and cheese grits............Excellent camping food.
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Originally posted by cyborg cyborg wrote:

Warmouth Bass and cheese grits............Excellent camping food.
 
Warmouth Bass?  Thats a new one on me...Do they have another name?


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Dungeness Crabs, Red Fish.
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Mahi-Mahi, Tuna, Halibut, Steelhead, Trout, ....

Shell fish...gotta be Abalone.
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Fresh-caught walleye pike or rainbow trout.  Both are delicious when cooked any reasonable way.  I'm surprised nobody has previously mentioned walleye..they make a great shore lunch in Canada.  All you need is some butter and a frying pan.  Take a lemon, if you want to get fancy.
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Perch, Walleye, or good old fashioned Lake Michigan Whitefish!
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Originally posted by mike650 mike650 wrote:

Mahi-Mahi, Tuna, Halibut, Steelhead, Trout, ....

Shell fish...gotta be Abalone.
I don't really care for oily fish so tuna, bluefish and salmon are usually last choice.  Mahi-mahi or dolphin as its sometimes called is fantastic FRESH but turns meally and mushy when frozen.
 
Abalone, I have never tried, I thought they were protected?  Secondly, how to you prepare?  Thats a huge shell, do they come out like a monsterous oyster?
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Originally posted by bricat bricat wrote:

Perch, Walleye, or good old fashioned Lake Michigan Whitefish!
 
Walleye are great eating, they are just a pain in the butt to catch!
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ummmm a   #4 and captian D's.
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