Your favorite eating fish

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

  1. Jon Williams

    Jon Williams Guest

    I don't eat fish, I catch and RELEASE.

    In all seriousness, I don't eat fish. In my opinion, I'd rather snack and a giant piece of poo than eat any type of fish....I don't care how much bacon or lemon you put on it. Don't give me that "ahh...you just haven't had it like I make it" speech.

    I was forced to eat SALMON PATTIES as a kid and to this day I can still smell it. Again, smells like poo

    Sorry to bring the post down. Just trying to make friends and influence people.

    All this talk about poo....I'll be right back

    LOL

    JW
     
  2. Rory McMahon

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    Ill have to say halibut since thats the only fish i eat.
     
  3. fredaevans

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    Planked Salmon I've done several times but THAT'S a new one on me ..... cut and paste to my cook book time!:thumb:
     
  4. 1. Fresh Salmon smothered with mayo, topped with onions, lemon, salt and pepper.



    2. Baked halibut recipe,
    Take a baking dish and coat the bottom with an inch of artichoke jalapeno dip and then add a fillet of halibut, top the dish off with 2 more inches of the artichoke jalapeno dip and add Parmesan. Cook till the pramesan is brown. It's the shit!

    Frank.
     
  5. Kyle Smith

    Kyle Smith DBA BozoKlown406

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    Has anyone on here tried frying crappie fillets? I don't really like killing trout anymore, even in very trout-rich environments I just appreciate them as an animal too much to kill one while it looks me in the eyes. Crappie, no problem. And they taste just amazing.
     
  6. Jay Allyn

    Jay Allyn The Poor-Student Fly Fisher

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    Ocean caught Coho bbq'ed on a cedar plank, halibut marinated in lemon/garlic/olive oil/salt/pepper, and deep fried beer batter stergeon.

    Mahi Mahi marinated the same way as the halibut and cooked on the barbie and then eated on small white corn tortillas with a good salsa and coal slaw....mmm delicous fish tacos!
     
  7. nativewiggler

    nativewiggler Casting in the wind...

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    Hey coolKyle... We take crappie and fillet it, then roll it in a mixture of corn meal/flour (1/3 flour to 2/3 cornmeal), salt and pepper to taste, and then deep fry them... Really tasty too... Haven't tried baking it though... We always deep fry them...

    Oh ya, we usually have hushpuppies, sliced pickles, and slivers of onion for those who like the onion with their fish... I myself like the flavor by itself with out all the fancy "addin's"...
     
  8. Coach Duff

    Coach Duff Banned or Parked

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    Jay, surely you didn't forget the cilantro on those fish tacos as part of the marinade and as a garnish? Say it aint so brother!:beer2:
     
  9. Phil Fravel

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  10. atomic dog

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    Beer battered walleye with a side of sweet potato fries.

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  11. Wayne Jordan

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    Wahoo and Gag Grouper- I got spoiled while living in Key West...
     
  12. IveofIone

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    Beer battered crappie fried in Crisco with skillet baked buttermilk cornbread chased by a Fat Tire Ale. Now if only the lakes would thaw..... Ive
     
  13. Old Man

    Old Man Just an Old Man

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    I really don't like to eat fish. A can of Tuna fish every once in a while is good. But I had some deep fried Catfish at one of the Dry Falls fling about three years ago. But I'm no judge of what is good to eat as most of what I like comes out of a can. :beathead:

    Jim
     
  14. Denny

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    Ahi tuna or halibut, halibut or ahi tuna . . . aw heck, it's a tie!
     
  15. Denny

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    That's a given!

    Cilantro rules . . .