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 Post subject: Re: Walleye starting again
PostPosted: Sat Jul 30, 2022 11:21 pm 
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ive not had trout fried - i think i need to try that , ive always had it baked or BBQd , but ive never been disappointed in that so i suspect fried would be equally good ,


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 Post subject: Re: Walleye starting again
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A square 10 wrote:
ive not had trout fried - i think i need to try that , ive always had it baked or BBQd , but ive never been disappointed in that so i suspect fried would be equally good ,


sea trout, or speckled trout,
fillet,
batter,
toss in fry pan with a shallow bit of oil,

just like you fry catfish etc, is mighty tasty

lake trout etc are good too, esp if you hit one of those urban type places that sell it,

by BBQ'ed , you mean grilled? or?

I have grilled fish over an open flame (charcoal and or wood) as well as sauteed, and baked,

but BBQ to me means a sauce added, have not done that

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 Post subject: Re: Walleye starting again
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Fall run has already started.
Caught this last week at the mouth of Sturgeon Creek on the Assiniboine River.
I lost another that was much bigger.

Also caught another pike a shade over 30".

Went down to Crescent Drive Park today, and we caught 2 decent eaters in the 2-1/2 to 4 lb class. We will have a Walleye supper sometime hopefully this week :Dbounce: :bigrin:

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 Post subject: Re: Walleye starting again
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now thats good eatin right there :jmp:


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