Your favorite eating fish

Discussion in 'Fly Fishing Forum' started by Daryle Holmstrom, Apr 3, 2007.

  1. Snake tryin' not to get too comfortable

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    between the mountains and the sound
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    Fresh trout from a cold alpine lake, grilled over a campfire on a stick, 20 miles from the nearest road, under a huge star-filled sky.

    Especially tasty if you're out of food because of, ummm, miscalculations.....:rolleyes: :mad:
  2. wadin' boot Donny, you're out of your element...

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    Canned shellfish are an abomination.

    Red wine + chocolate + shellfish + blue cheese + licorice = vivid dreams
  3. Windknot Member

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    Port Orchard, Washington, USA.
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    Glad to see we have a few other Walleye lovers in the bunch. Tough to beat 'em. Roger(Minnesota native)
  4. Jake Smulkowski Throwing hoppers into baetis falls

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    1. Smoked blueback
    2. Panfish, battered and fried
    3. Big-head brook trout, along an alpine lake, cooked in butter over my MSR stove
  5. Kyle Smith Active Member

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    Dang! Hungry now!
  6. Bradf0rd Down in the Centennial State.

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    Longmont, CO
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    For a meal, cedar or alder planked sockeye. For a snack, smoked salmon.
  7. Mingo the Menehune stole my beer

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    Happy Hour, WA
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    :rofl: that combo sounds like a good way to blow a hole right through your mattress, carpet, floorboards, right down to the foundation of your house.
  8. yuhina Tropical member

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    Mingo Mingo.... you are the man :rofl: :rofl: :rofl:
  9. Smalma Active Member

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    Of our local fish it would be hard to beat a fresh ling cod fillet.

    For smoked fish kokanee are the best of all our NW salmonids.

    An Alpine Lake brook trout chilled over night in a snow bank and fried in butter would be hard to beat as a outdoor breakfast.

    For a summer barbeque it would be toss up between a fresh resident coho or sockeye. Fresh sockeye has the edge on taste but the coho are available more consistently.

    Daryle -
    I had heard that wolf eel was quite good but since all of Puget Sound is closed to the taken of them and set lines are illegal I'm assuming your "line" was a troll and I don't expect to try it.

    A fun topic and can't wait until the first of May for my first ling cod feast of the year - pan fried ling (dipped in egg and rolled in Ritz cracker crumbs, boiled little red potatoes, steamed aspragus, freshw french bread and a glass of your favorite white wine - now that is eating!

  10. Will Atlas Guest

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    raw hatchery steelhead, extra dead and extra bloody
  11. salt dog card shark

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    all things Snapper......and Permit.
  12. papafsh Piscatorial predilection

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    #1. Grilled Swordfish steaks
    #2. Halibut steaks
    #3. Alaskan Sockeye

    That's about it, other than canned albacore packed in spring-water.

  13. Clint F Fly Fishing Youth

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    1st. 18'' to 20'' resident coho
    2nd. Ling cod
    3rd. Black Sea Bass

    In that order!
  14. Jake Bannon nymphs for steelhead....

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    puget sound
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    hatchery steelhead and chinook salmon, spring or early fall.
  15. wadin' boot Donny, you're out of your element...

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    Mingo, although my experience is not as you describe, I defer to your mastery of matters of stool, BS and liquid flatulance (aka "swamp ass":eek: bawling: :eek: ). I have revised the equation:

    Shellfish+licorice+red wine+blue cheese+chocolate+vicodin+immodium= really vivid dreams;)

  16. Daryle Holmstrom retiredfishak

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    It's an incidental catch in SE Alaska when the seine gets to close to the beach, now I'm waiting for all the bricks coming at my head. LOL, Hey BDD on this board will back me up.

    I did some butt cheeks in a butter sauce tonight , can't beat it.

  17. campwire New Member

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    No question for me, a high lake Brook Trout. Seasoning and butter optional.
  18. Bruce Davidson formerly hatman

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    What a great thread. So many ideas, so little time...

    Thanks Coach, and many others!. I am definitely going to try your recipes.
  19. Mingo the Menehune stole my beer

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    :rofl: :rofl: Daryle, that's just too damn easy.................I'm leaving that one alone....:rofl: :rofl:

    I love grilled ulua, dorado, wahoo (from restaurants or friends, still a wahoo virgin bawling: ) and lots of others............triggerfish are great. Grew up on crappie fillets, dipped in bisquick, fried in hot butter...........gotta beg 'Yard to take me to a good spot :) .............................
  20. Nate Dutton I'm a teacher, I fish to eat!

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    Rainbow Trout on the BBQ in a nice lemon, butter, Jonnys, Beer mix. mmmm a nice Heffy will really set this one off!