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  1. Default Re: Favorite stream-side lunches/recipes

    Beef jerky and a flask of bourbon.

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    Take my small barby, thin steak, one tomato, one green chili, and some scallions. Baste the steak with chimachuri sauce and barbeque with the veggies. Slice steak, veggies and make a sandwich with a French baguette. Then top it down with a Pilsner Urquel.

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    Not sure how many of you fisherman are also hunters… But, an old trick I learned form Dan Fitzgerald was the manifold meals (thick slices of ham, sliced carrots, potatoes, onions, etc. wrapped in aluminum foil) then placed on the manifold of the ol truck and it is warm in about 30 min.

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    Default Re: Favorite stream-side lunches/recipes

    I don't get too fancy with streamside lunches, it is usually a PB&J sandwich or some type of wrap done up ahead of time with maybe an apple, except when I'm floating with Pam and John then it is homegrown Utah Mater Sandwiches (boy does that make me hungry)!
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    Dang Larry, why'd you have to mention our maters!? The garden is covered over with a couple feet of snow. We'll time it right this year and have them sammiches again my friend.

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    summer sausage sandwich with colby-jack or pepper-jack and miracle whip. Sometimes egg salad sandwich or a ham sandwich. Maybe some potato or macaroni salad if im packin the cooler. depending on the trip, a bottle of water or iced tea if im walking a ways, or a cold coors light or busch light if i am close to the truck.
    back in the day we would clean some trout and wrap them in foil with wild onions and butter, and throw them on some coals. That practice is somewhat frowned upon today, but it was a wonderful meal.

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    Default Favorite stream-side lunches/recipes

    If the wife makes my lunch it has to be a roast beef sandwich. Lots of mustard and horse radish. If it's left up to me then it's cheese )


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    Default Re: Favorite stream-side lunches/recipes

    Quote Originally Posted by mcnerney View Post
    I don't get too fancy with streamside lunches, it is usually a PB&J sandwich or some type of wrap done up ahead of time with maybe an apple, except when I'm floating with Pam and John then it is homegrown Utah Mater Sandwiches (boy does that make me hungry)!
    making me hungry larry!!
    fresh tomato sammmies are one of my favs
    lottsa cracked black pepper

    drool,....casey


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    Quite a few different twists on lunch here, I'm going to step up my game this season with a small table in the boat also. We fish by wading but we travel by river boat. This makes it easy to carry a nice grub box along.

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    Usually it's a granola bar and lots of water.

    Two days ago we fished a spot up in the GW national forest and earmarked it for a future overnight camp trip. I'll be cooking one of my favorites, that I rarely eat now: English muffin, egg, sharp cheddar and summer sausage with mustard.

    Ditto on all of the foil entrees. We calls em "hobos"
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