Freshwater-to catch whitebass, to eat bluegill Saltwater-to catch kingfish, to eat cod White bass because they fight good and you can catch them in bunches, bluegill are a firm and mild flavored. Kingfish are a blast to catch and are great fighters, cod is a nice tasting white and flaky. Crossover fish has to be salmon.
One boned 8 oz trout 6 slices of lemon 4 tablespoons of lemon pepper 3 tablespoon of butter 1 and one half cup of water. onions and soy sauce inside if you want and little salt outside the trout
Place the fish in suitably sized baking pan with water.
and then Open the fish and spread with the butter. then place the 4 lemon slices inside trout, add the tablespoons of the lemon pepper.Close the fish and spread the remainder of butter on top. Place the other 2 lemon slices on top of the butter and then sprinkle with the remainder of the lemon pepper.
then you can bake at 350°F for twenty minutes., YUM YUM YUM
Well, I beg to differ....I have known dolphins to catch their fill and actually chase bream onto your line. Besides, when the bream are on the move in autumn they are really on the move. Go fishing the wrong time of year or the wrong spot and of course its a different story.
I like freshly caught fish especially caught by yours truly. I use a rod and a reel so the fish do have a reasonably good chance of getting away.
I am not at all keen on the practices of some nations when it comes to fishing. There are oceans, seas, lakes and rivers very much in danger of being fished out. How do we get the message out that fish species are heading for extinction? How do we get the message out that the supply of fish in our oceans, seas and rivers is actually finite and can come to an end if we do nor husband resources properly?
Modern fishing equipment such as the use of sonar means we really do have to understand fish numbers and try very hard not to over fish and require others to do the same.
In California there are strict limitations as to how many of each kind of fish you can catch in a day. After that you are sent home. By the way where did you learn that fish are finite. I do not believe that statisticians or anyone has even a near accurate count of sea creatures including fish in the ocean.
OMG you Alvy fishermen can only dream about NZ sealife I've fished and dived most of my life... I do think I know a wee bit about the sea and fishing.. though I have to admit I never believed you could catch much in Sydney harbour, until I saw how many bodies got fished out of it each month
The Giant Bluefin Tuna. There is no other rush like the initial run of a 500+ pound fish that just figured out all is not right with the world. The end product is in the form of a nice check freom the buyer, and the freshest tuna possible. After cleaning the fish onboard the boat we always would have a little "sushi feed" on the way in. Aloft52
I like to eat fried, breaded catfish...and I also enjoy making salmon patties from the can, but for self-gratifying moments: There's nothing like catching large or small-mouth bass, skinning 'em, and deep-frying their cold-blooded ass!
Well, at least the bait is cheap - with or without the worms. You can catch those chubby short-framed fish with simple "bread balls" on a hook. I always thought bass and catfish tasted better, but the fish you speak about, make for great "poor boy" meals.
i never eat them. i catch and release. fishing to me is a fun activity but i can't stand to eat the fish. they have such sad faces when i pull them out. i always toss them back with my thanks for a day well spent in the outdoors.
My favorite fish is Bass, I love the time spent fishing for them, catching them and especially eating them! Bass fishing is one of the most challenging and fun types of fishing in my opinion and I think anyone who is serious about freshwater fishing will agree with me on this point.
Pickeral, which most folks don't consider because of the fine bones in the fillets. Trick is, fillet the fish, put in blender which elimates the fine bones, make into patties, apply breading with bread crumbs egg milk and fry. Tastes great.