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Fish,,,,,,, it's whats for supper.
Northern fillets swimming in hot oil.



with enough left over for lunch at work tomorrow.

Take care, Huntindave McCann Smile SHELL ROCK IA “As sailors grow older, the wiser ones move to smaller boats.” —Thomas Firth Jones, Multihull Voyaging
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Looks good save me some .... neil
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Mmmm..... Pike. My second favorite fish to eat.

Crappies are #1
Caught this evening, not supper yet...but soon.



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Neil Schrieber wrote:
Looks good save me some .... neil


Neil,

I have a batch in a Tupperware container right now. You can have it, as long as you get here at my place of employment, before lunch today. Cool

Take care, Huntindave McCann Smile SHELL ROCK IA “As sailors grow older, the wiser ones move to smaller boats.” —Thomas Firth Jones, Multihull Voyaging
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big pan or little fish?
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tod osier wrote:
big pan or little fish?


36 inch northern chunked up into serving size pieces. Although you have inspired me to take all my fish pictures with the fish laying next to an 18 inch ice fishing rod instead of my 7 foot rod. Whistle

Take care, Huntindave McCann Smile SHELL ROCK IA “As sailors grow older, the wiser ones move to smaller boats.” —Thomas Firth Jones, Multihull Voyaging
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Jeesh, you guys are killing me with all these fish pictures!!!

Dave, do you use the "new" filleting technique to cut around all the Y bones? I found it on YouTube last year, sure wish I knew that trick growing up ice fishin in PA!


Carl
Mobile, AL
DHBP Member since 1998

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Disclaimer: This post and/or report is not a substantiation of or reflection on the true accuracy of the present surveying methods. It is only a report on or comment concerning local observation and/or results. Your results and observation may vary based on your location, local water conditions, food supply, weather conditions and migratory patterns "
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Carl wrote:
Jeesh, you guys are killing me with all these fish pictures!!!

Dave, do you use the "new" filleting technique to cut around all the Y bones? I found it on YouTube last year, sure wish I knew that trick growing up ice fishin in PA!


I remove the Y bones. I wouldn't call the cutting method I use "new", been doing this way for years. I first fillet the fish into two fillets, as a lot of transportation laws don't allow more than two pieces per fish when transporting. Once home, I remove the skin and the bones from the two fillets. Then trim to pan size pieces.

Take care, Huntindave McCann Smile SHELL ROCK IA “As sailors grow older, the wiser ones move to smaller boats.” —Thomas Firth Jones, Multihull Voyaging
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Here is what I was referring too:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4JkA68kceCw


Carl
Mobile, AL
DHBP Member since 1998

"Life is too short to drink bad beer."
Disclaimer: This post and/or report is not a substantiation of or reflection on the true accuracy of the present surveying methods. It is only a report on or comment concerning local observation and/or results. Your results and observation may vary based on your location, local water conditions, food supply, weather conditions and migratory patterns "
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Carl,

I've seen the video but have not used that method. If one is close to home and going to transport the entire fish home whole, I could see it as an option. Otherwise, reducing the carcass to five pieces usually is not allowed as the DNR rules usually count two pieces as one fish when checking limits. (two fillets per bag when frozen, may be more per bag if unfrozen but two fillets count as one fish)

Take care, Huntindave McCann Smile SHELL ROCK IA “As sailors grow older, the wiser ones move to smaller boats.” —Thomas Firth Jones, Multihull Voyaging
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TimJ wrote:
Mmmm..... Pike. My second favorite fish to eat.

Crappies are #1
Caught this evening, not supper yet...but soon.


Fishing up near Pickerel by chance?

Last weekend out fishing I caught 4 turtles. No pic's of them frying in a pan or anything.

Mark
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Mark W wrote:
TimJ wrote:
Mmmm..... Pike. My second favorite fish to eat.

Crappies are #1
Caught this evening, not supper yet...but soon.



Fishing up near Pickerel by chance?

Last weekend out fishing I caught 4 turtles. No pic's of them frying in a pan or anything.

Mark


I've fished at Pickerel but not recently. Way south of there. So far south I can see Iowa.

Tim
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Mark, Paul Prudhomme has an excellent snapping turtle soup recipe. Best turtle soup recipe I have tried. Trapped turtles steady for seven years, still take one or two a season.;