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Old 07-24-2010, 10:50 AM
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So, I know a lot of people are all about catch and release. Every once-in-awhile I get a hankering for some locally caught fresh water fish. I'm not ashamed to admit that I bring home some trout now and then and cook them into the most delicious meals.

So lets hear it, what's your favorite recipes for the fish you catch?
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Old 07-24-2010, 10:58 PM
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I catch and release most of the time but time to time I will keep a few hatchery fish from our local Mo Trout Parks

My method is more fly by the seat of your pants based how much spices I feel like having...

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Grilled Trout Cakes

1) Grill the trout let cool for a day or even throw in freezer till you are ready
2) Remove bones and make a trout mush
3) Add in Mayo, Spices, Celery whatever you wish for a "Trout Cake"
4) Dip mixture in bread crumbs or better yet.. I use Panko crumbs..
5) Fry them golden brown in shallow skillet
6) Spice up the mayo or Tarter saauce. Make a "Trout Cake" sandwich
7) Open a Great Ale of choice
8) Eat, Be happy, Sleep...
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Old 07-25-2010, 01:35 PM
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For trout, just fried in some bacon fat or quickly grilled. Only condiment, lemon. Nice cold Alsatian Riesling.

For panfish, clean breaded in cornmeal and fried in a pan with vegetable oil.
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Old 07-25-2010, 03:48 PM
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For trout, just fried in some bacon fat or quickly grilled. Only condiment, lemon. Nice cold Alsatian Riesling.

For panfish, clean breaded in cornmeal and fried in a pan with vegetable oil.
How do filet a pan fish, much in the same way as a trout? Do they have pin bones?
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I don't think SXM is talking about filleting them. I never filleted any freshwater fish myself, just fried them in bacon fat then took the meat off with a fork starting at the head and working back. The meat just comes right off the bones. And the little brook trout tails are better than potato chips.

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My favorite trout recipe....

Mike's Gone Fishin'... Again: Arkansas River Ambrosia - Colorado Style

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Sep, Great recipe...

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I think I need to acquiesce to Sep. Killer read thanks

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I only keep bluegills and bluefish
A lot of people won't keep bluefish as they can have a strong flavor especially if they're not bled right away. But that negative turns into a positive once they're smoked. They're also good on the gill with a spicy mayonnaise based coating
Bluegills benefit from thinning as overpopulation stunts their growth. They reproduce so quickly that it's nearly impossible to over fish them, so don't feel bad about keeping a ',mess'
When my wife complains about me never bring home fish for dinner, it's time to go out for 'gills. They get filleted and fried. Usually in beer batter.
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All this talk about grilling fish and recipes is making me hungry! Time for some fish for dinner!

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