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Brookies, but only done up in a frypan over a fire with butter and fresh mushrooms thrown in. Don't keep them anymore, except for maybe one for a shore lunch once in a great while.

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Freshwater:

Yellow Perch

Crappie

Walleye

Bluegill

 

Salt:

Redfish

Tuna

Winter Flounder

Chocolate Porgie

 

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OK... freshwater fish taste "fishy" but saltwater fish are good? <_< I'm exactly the opposite... saltwater tastes fishy.... freshwater is good...

 

Favorite? Grinnel... unless I can get a good BBQd alligator gar.....

 

OK... for real... seriously.... Crappie... followed closely by Bluegill... Just gotta have the Louisiana Hot Sauce to make 'em really taste good...

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yellow perch through the ice

 

blue gills through the ice

 

I don't know why, but they are tastier in the winter

 

Pauly

 

i would have to agree everything tastes better through the ice

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:hyst: :hyst: :hyst:

 

 

Brookies are great!

 

catfish, walleye, crappie

 

smoked bullhead, small catfish, or salmon.

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Have to say ocean perch is my favorite followed closely by cod. For fresh water, I love a trout shore lunch with the trout breaded in egg and bread crumbs. Just make sure there's pan fries and onions on the menu too!

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Being a transplanted southern boy....Crappie & Catfish. I just don't like to think about it too much since we can't get any here.

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