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Old 10-26-2012, 01:03 AM
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Casey,

You know that to find a guy who hasn't had a shave or haircut in 2 months right in the middle of fishen season here is nothing unusual don't you
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Some of these camp meals are great, I have one of those folding grills like Paymaster showed. Carried in the boat it allows for burgers, dogs - brats' or steaks to be done without much mess. This is a great thread Casey!

This picture is about as real & gritty as they get for a 'camp cooking shot' while John and Pam (fysh & Mrs. Fysh) were here in August we pulled over on a large gravel bar and built a fire. With no chairs but a cooler for the old guy to sit on while grilling burgers we had lunch. I use a machete to flip burgers and roll hot dogs. It works well and is handy for cutting brush also We did burn the beer box and clean up the fire site so not to leave any evidence.

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Hello,

another simple meal. Just catch a pike, clean it and then fry it in butter on a camping cooker. Together with a fresh beer and a butter bread - YUMMY

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PUPPY HUNTS!!! Only difference is I cart around a Kelly Kettle and the 'fry' stuff. Well, I do carry wood chunks and fire starters. At my age, I want it now, not later.....


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i've never eaten pike....lo0ks tasty though


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Pike is good Casey, strong fish taste if compared to salmon or anything else I can think of here in AK. They are similar to Crappie or any other pan fish like Rock Bass etc.
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I caught that pike in the baltic sea (salty water) and we were absolutely surprised how good the meat was. It was not tender as we knew that from freshwater fishes - the consistence of the meat was more like that what we know from a big shrimp SIMPLY YUMMY
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Pork tenderloin Stuffed with sweet capicola and gruyere.

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