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Author Topic: How do you cook these?  (Read 236 times)

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Last year I fried them.  I might try boiling them in 7up.

What everyone's favorite way to cook these beautiful fish?
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I don't  think the cats will care!!! :sleazy: :rotflmao:

Boar would be the one that would be the best to answer that!
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I just cut off the backstraps and the tail meat and simmer it in water and then cut into chunks and dip it in butter.  It's great!  Some people do it in 7up. 

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Eelpout.....do as LPS suggest. Backstraps is about all there is on them. I broil and dip in butter.....Poor Mans Lobster.
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Same as the other two. I hated the sweetness of 7up!   :puke:
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I don't  think the cats will care!!! :sleazy: :rotflmao:

Boar would be the one that would be the best to answer that!

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No no no. Skin them, like a bull head.on the belly, put a nail thru the head on a board, cut all fins off, clslice thru just tue skin right behind the head, pulling skin off. Fillet down from  top of spine and off the rib cage, once past rib cage towards the tail, fillet off tail. Rince, cut in 2 inch chunks, rolling in walleye batter, cooking same size chunks seperately so all cooks the same. Delicciius!
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Sounds great! Can you smome them?  :scratch:
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Sure smoming would work!
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told ya boar new how to clean and cook roughfish!!!!!!!!! :happy1: :rotflmao: :rotflmao: :rotflmao:
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And i can make any rough fish taste better than thos shingles you cal smoked nords.
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And i can make any rough fish taste better than thos shingles you cal smoked nords.
:rotflmao: :mooning: fine......i wont share none with you then!!!!!!!! :rolleyes:
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Stuff them in a wool sock, bake at 345 degrees for 47 minutes. Remove from sock, toss fish in garbage and eat the sock. :rotflmao: :rotflmao:
Personality Id try the 7up recipe. Done it with northerners and tastes great.
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Whew! Good, cause i dont wanna lie and say they were ediable.
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Stuff them in a wool sock, bake at 345 degrees for 47 minutes. Remove from sock, toss fish in garbage and eat the sock. :rotflmao: :rotflmao:
Personality Id try the 7up recipe. Done it with northerners and tastes great.

I like using Mt. Dew better, the taste is better I think.... 
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