From fish to dinner...

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  1. MD1005

    MD1005 North east FL

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    Lets give this a try. Post your catch and then how you prepared it for the table. Include recipes please! image.jpg
    Bunch of lane snapper. We filet, then grill them in coconut milk lime breading until crispy.
    About 3 mins each side.
     
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  2. Ratdog68

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    Pacific Coho (Silvers)... but, any of the five species will do.
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    Filet
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    Sprinkle with garlic salt, Weber charcoal grill with the coals on the sides... place them in the center of the grill and allow the indirect heat to bake 'em until they JUST lose that translucent appearance. Another great means is... do the same, but have some alder chips smoking away prior to putting them in the kettle to bake.
     
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  3. MD1005

    MD1005 North east FL

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    Looks good. I love some coho.
     
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  4. Ratdog68

    Ratdog68 LSB Official Story Teller LoneStarBoars Supporter

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    Pic a buddy and go for a drive into the woods, and set up camp.
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    Pitch a fly out to see what you find.
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    What have we here???
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    A White Fish (but, any of the trout type species is great)
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    Coat him in some seasoned flour, some butter in the pan, and fry him up for a few minutes on either side. And, some rice steaming on the side. Complete the belly side slit from vent to tail, and slit along the spine from head to tail. Lay him on the plate and lift his tail, leaving the flesh on the plate... lay the other side down and lift again... and you have skeleton/head/tail in hand to toss and a tasty meal on the plate.
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    Ratdog68 LSB Official Story Teller LoneStarBoars Supporter

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    Enjoy the fire.
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    Get some shut-eye
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    Do it all again the next day.
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  6. TEXASLAWMAN

    TEXASLAWMAN Lone Star Boars Owner LSB TURKEY BUZZARD PRESERVATION SOCIETY SUS VENATOR CLUB LoneStarBoars Supporter

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    Awesome!
     
  7. Froggerzack

    Froggerzack Diana, TX (East TX)

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    The catch:
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    Filets ready to go:
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    Fried Crappie although I think the pan may have been a bit fuller before I took the photo!:
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    It may have looked like this on the plate:
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  8. MD1005

    MD1005 North east FL

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    It's a good thing it's dinner time everyone.
     
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    sjb67 Mineral Wells, Texas LoneStarBoars Supporter

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    This is making me hungry!!!
     
  10. Ratdog68

    Ratdog68 LSB Official Story Teller LoneStarBoars Supporter

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    Yup... I have a King Salmon filet standing by, gonna go into the Weber with some alder chips smoking... and some steamed rice on the side.
     
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    Froggerzack Diana, TX (East TX)

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    After I posted mine. I left to go eat at Big Pines Lodge on Caddo Lake. Not as good as my crappie but it'll work...
     
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    Ratdog68 LSB Official Story Teller LoneStarBoars Supporter

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    Burp... just finished mine. Should've gone a little heavier on the garlic salt... but, mighty fine eatin' right there.
     
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  13. ronnie leblanc jr

    ronnie leblanc jr Bay City, Texas

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    should have took pics of it all cooked up. 168324_163092347076707_2888290_n.jpg the trout were all fried and the flounder was stuffed. also had a red not in pic that was half shelled on the grill
     
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  14. MD1005

    MD1005 North east FL

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    That's a fine catch there. Where are you at?
     
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    ronnie leblanc jr Bay City, Texas

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    I am in bay city. the fish were cought out of west Galveston bay and chocolate bay
     
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    ronnie leblanc jr Bay City, Texas

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    165160_150534924999116_2785986_n.jpg that is a 250 qt cooler so that is 3 flounder at about 25 in each caught on rod and reel
     
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  17. MD1005

    MD1005 North east FL

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    I love some flounder man. I'm in jax but am from southwest by Naples.
     
  18. MD1005

    MD1005 North east FL

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    image.jpg Here's tonight's dinner...
    Rosemary roasted potatoes and shrimp salad stuffed avocados. I love summertime in FL.
     
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    ronnie leblanc jr Bay City, Texas

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    all looks good but not a big fan of shrimp salad but love avocados. I had hotdogs tonight lol.
     
  20. MD1005

    MD1005 North east FL

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    I never messed around with it much but got the recipe from Florida sportsman. Turned out good I'm full haha.
     

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