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    ummm....no. took advantage of the good weather and took the moms and wifey out crappin. any carp recipes out there?



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    1. k2flyfisher

      its taco time. wheres the sauce?
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    mike doughty

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    garbage!
    #1 4-21-09 10:58am

    Rob Zelk

    I swing, therefore i am.
    I guess you have to be carefull not to cut the guts open when you clean them, or the meat spoils. Then I heard you cut them into smaller squares and deep fat fry them. A guy told me this recipie was golden!! If I had a frier I would give it a chance. They are pickey eaters.
    #2 4-21-09 2:18pm

    yuhina

    Tropical member
    That's right Rob. deep fry them and make another teriyaki sauce on top. with ginger, spicy pepper and green onion.
    #3 4-21-09 3:46pm

    rick matney
    I believe the vietnamese have a spicy dried carp jerky called mung
    #4 4-21-09 3:57pm

    rick matney
    I believe the vietnamese have a spicy dried carp jerky called mung....Don't ask how I know that
    #5 4-21-09 3:58pm

    Peter Pancho
    yeah, soak a cedar plank in water for 10 minutes, set plank on preheated grill and set fish on plank, leave in closed grill for 10 minutes, take plank and fish out of grill, throw away fish and eat cedar plank...


    sorry had to share what someone told me last year on how to prepare chum : )
    #6 4-21-09 4:59pm

    alpinetrout

    Banned or Parked
    It's funny how they've developed such a bad reputation as an eating fish in North America. That was the whole reason why they were initially imported here. They eat the shit out of them in Europe and Asia, where you can find them well-prepared in nice restaurants. If they were that bad to eat, there's no way they'd be served alongside Zander (a cousin of the walleye) and Wels Catfish, both of which are some of the finest freshwater fish to eat.
    #7 4-21-09 5:18pm

    Luke Ramirez

    Still DoubleUgly
    took 'em out crappin'? Ha! Smile
    #8 4-21-09 10:56pm


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