Fishing report 7/1/2018

Cunningham Pier, Limeburners Lagoon
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Re: Fishing report 7/1/2018

Postby yepi'mon » Wed Jan 10, 2018 6:52 am

Nice one mate. So you are a fan of eating them?

I've only ever caught a couple and used them for bait.... based on most people saying they are no good to eat. I've been thinking next time I get a decent size one I might have a taste.



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Re: Fishing report 7/1/2018

Postby Mattblack » Wed Jan 10, 2018 8:19 am

yepi'mon wrote:Nice one mate. So you are a fan of eating them?

I've only ever caught a couple and used them for bait.... based on most people saying they are no good to eat. I've been thinking next time I get a decent size one I might have a taste.


I've heard they are a great fish to smoke

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Re: Fishing report 7/1/2018

Postby smile0784 » Wed Jan 10, 2018 8:44 am

Mattblack wrote:
yepi'mon wrote:Nice one mate. So you are a fan of eating them?

I've only ever caught a couple and used them for bait.... based on most people saying they are no good to eat. I've been thinking next time I get a decent size one I might have a taste.


I've heard they are a great fish to smoke


I love my salmon.

Fillet, de skin, debone

Cover with flour and strait into frying pan with half centermeter of oil

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Re: Fishing report 7/1/2018

Postby bilby » Wed Jan 10, 2018 8:48 am

Yes, salmon are delicious! One trick I've found is that with bigger fish, after filleting and removing the skin, also remove the dark red fat and slice the fillet in two length ways. This gives you two thinner slices of fish that are quicker to cook, but also don't have the "chewy" quality that large sections of salmon can have. Once fried, a bit of salt and lemon, and maybe some mustard on the side and you have a tasty meal.

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Re: Fishing report 7/1/2018

Postby smile0784 » Wed Jan 10, 2018 9:19 am

bilby wrote:Yes, salmon are delicious! One trick I've found is that with bigger fish, after filleting and removing the skin, also remove the dark red fat and slice the fillet in two length ways. This gives you two thinner slices of fish that are quicker to cook, but also don't have the "chewy" quality that large sections of salmon can have. Once fried, a bit of salt and lemon, and maybe some mustard on the side and you have a tasty meal.


Exactly how i do it lol

Just add pepper also

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Re: Fishing report 7/1/2018

Postby Lightningx » Wed Jan 10, 2018 11:10 am

samjas1316 wrote:Well done Lx. Specially helping out with the young fella. Can’t stand it when I see a dad getting upset with his children because he can’t go fishing. It’s suppose to be enjoyable, specially if you want a fishing buddy for life.

Thanks mate. That’s very true.



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Re: Fishing report 7/1/2018

Postby dazz999 » Wed Jan 10, 2018 4:51 pm

yepi'mon wrote:Nice one mate. So you are a fan of eating them?

I've only ever caught a couple and used them for bait.... based on most people saying they are no good to eat. I've been thinking next time I get a decent size one I might have a taste.
make some salmon pattys taste pretty good

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Re: Fishing report 7/1/2018

Postby Lightningx » Wed Jan 10, 2018 5:43 pm

dazz999 wrote:well done buddy salmon are so much fun make good pattys its rewarding when you help other people keep putting up your fishing reports

Thanks dazz I appreciate it mate :thumbsup:

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Re: Fishing report 7/1/2018

Postby gregmaka » Wed Jan 10, 2018 7:08 pm

Salmon is a good enough fish to eat just experiment cooking it. Basa from the supermarkets is the only fish that i have thought is tasteless no matter what you do with it. PS you did a great deed with the young guy,helping him catch a fish or two.

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Re: Fishing report 7/1/2018

Postby Lightningx » Wed Jan 10, 2018 10:00 pm

yepi'mon wrote:Nice one mate. So you are a fan of eating them?

I've only ever caught a couple and used them for bait.... based on most people saying they are no good to eat. I've been thinking next time I get a decent size one I might have a taste.

Cheers mate. Yes if bled and eaten fresh don’t mind them at all.



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