MistyMorning":cdhz1xq5 said:My favorites are walleye and trout.
kerley":210w4t0k said:Kathy and I use to deep sea fish, We always had a good time. My son and I liked to Trout fish in the streams of the Sierra Foothills. I do not fish anymore. There is a local fish store where Kathy buys the Salmon and sometimes Scallops. I get the Catfish from a friend that Jug fishes the large rivers of Alabama. There is a big difference in the farm raised and river Catfish. I tried Walleye in Wisconsin, that was very good. I guess I am getting depressed as it has been wet and nasty outside and I have to stay inside till the weather clears up.
Caustic Burno":l579azhh said:I love the white perch and Speckled trout.
Jogeephus":3p2linbb said:Caustic Burno":3p2linbb said:I love the white perch and Speckled trout.
My top picks too but both can sometimes be fickle when fishing and I am not one to go home empty handed. As backup, I'll settle for catfish (any of them will do including the hard heads) and Sailor's Choice. (Salt water perch;-) )
BeefmasterB":3aeb3nfw said:I thought you would have chosen pickled lutefisk or smelt kabobs. Someone told me that they don't debone/fillet the fish up your way. Is that right?
Well "someone" told ya wrong A/B. :roll: Personally can't stand bones in my fish.
Nothing like stuffed flounder or grilled salmon :nod:
Ok, those are good too. :nod:
CKC1586":3aeb3nfw said:and blue gills, yummy. :nod:
Like the flavor of blue gills, can't stand the bones though.
Mahoney Pursley Ranch":1kdtkh2p said:I like a good largemouth bass out of clean water, beer battered and fried. :nod: