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What do you consider good eatin when it come to fresh water fish?

 

We fish for Striper, sandbass and crappie!  Love sandbass, but I really love crappie!

 

I will pass on carp, don't really know if you can eat alligator gar  <-----still would not eat it!

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Rainbow trout and Walleye!!!

 

Neither are in fresh water here in NE Texas, but both are excellent!



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Picked catfish cause that's the only one on you list that we have in Ontario.  Not sure if sandbass are the same as our bass or not - excellent eating if they are.  Vote also goes to pickerel (walleye) - great tasting!
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I went with crappy but in reality here in Ga it would need to be trout rainbow or brown nothing better.

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What? No crawdads?

 

Uncle Silver is more into large mouth bass.  Salmon is my favorite, but it is not local. 

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What is brown???

 

 

Crawdaddys are good as long as the head is gone along with all the other juices..

 

Big on shrimp! I like it fried and boiled..We cook our shrimp in a big pot with potatoes,corn on the cobb and cajun seasoning! yummmm!



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brown trout,

But my all time favorite is lo country broil.

 

craw fish,shrimp,crab legs,potatos,corn(cobed)polish sausage all boiled to gether with a few bags of caderans sesoning.

 

and BEER with it.all seved up at lake wedowe in alabama.  good time.

 

 

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FYI I Tried a oyster one time. Don't chew whatever you do... I could not get ride of that thing!

 

Do those thing grow while you chew them????

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Set an extra place BD, I'm coming for dinner!
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Dogger,

Come onI wil open the lake house up at the end of april with a clen up party and it is on from there.

Everyone is welcome.All i ask is to bring an extra stomac couse u will need it and a fishing pole.

 

 

Stephanie,

You just didn't have enuff to drink yet for them to taste good.^ beers 24 oyster and a good hot souce good meal i tell ya.

 

Big

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yeah, it's really hard to beat the taste of fresh trout.

 

but crappie is damn close.

 

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Shark, swordfish is really good..

 

I would like to try trout! Only if I get to catch it

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alright here is how you cook some good trout.

 

First catch trout of your likeing.

the debowl it and head it.

then take alumanum foil and make you a few trays to be place on a grill with low heat.

put fish in tray with a good bit of butter. let cook for about 10 minutes then garnish with crazy janes salt mix on all sides and let cook for another 10 minutes or so untill done.

 

and walha eat away with corn and other vigges.

 

but you can also cook them in the grill with fish just in different tray .

 

 

 

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Originally posted by Stephanie Stephanie wrote:

FYI I Tried a oyster one time. Don't chew whatever you do... I could not get ride of that thing!

 

Do those thing grow while you chew them????

 

Chew? They are the base for hot sause. They are also great in cornbread dressing with the holiday turkey.  You did not get one of those mountain oysters did you?

 

 

Scallops lightly cooked in butter with scallons and garlic served on lingune... fresh shrimp... Blackend grouper... I miss living on the gulf coast

 

 

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THIS THREAD IS TOO CLOSE TO LUNCH!!

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i agree silver.So where we going to eat today?

 

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Originally posted by Bigdaddy0381 Bigdaddy0381 wrote:

i agree silver.So where we going to eat today?

 

 

Alreadly have Mexican scheduled at 12:15

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NICE.

I might have to do that myself

el azteca here i come.....

 

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ahh Mexcian food!   Thanks guys!   Now I want some salsa!

 

 

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uno dos equis grande por favor..............
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S yo a por favor!!!
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Originally posted by Stephanie Stephanie wrote:

FYI I Tried a oyster one time. Don't chew whatever you do... I could not get ride of that thing!

 

Do those thing grow while you chew them????



Oysters really have to be eaten the same day they are caught.  I used to go to Baltimore a lot for business a few years ago.  Since then, I can't it oysters on the West Coast.  They just do not taste the same.

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walleye or yellow pearch, hard to beat them from the cool waters of the land of 10,000 lakes.
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I agree with pyro, prefferably (spelling ?) caught through the ice.
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