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Discussion in 'Sports' started by 1LIFE2LIVE, Apr 13, 2016.
Few years ago. Wish I knew what it weighed. Biggest one I ever caught. Smashed a top water chugger
Nice - Catching Bass is a Blast
Couple of Kankakee River smallies from Tuesday
Nice work. Great pics.
I have no problem frying up and eating smallies if they came from clean water.
Excellent to hear someone is getting out to attend to such activity.
Good clean fun. I have not had a boat in several many years, hoping to get a kayak this summer to be able to get out and chase some panfish.
Chunky pre-spawn smallmouth. Looks like he's been hanging on the bottom all winter.
First time trout fishing here in PA in 20+ years.
Nice fat 15 incher!
And it's going in the pan tonight.
In Michigan this week with a buddy
All sight fished and caught on fly
Did some trout fishing near our cabin in WNC yesterday.
17" Brook Trout caught with a small spinner.
That’s a chunk!
Fire up the smoker!
I kept a couple rainbows from the day before, and those WILL be headed to the Traeger. I actually wanted to put them on earlier today, but I got side tracked.
I think we'll bake the Brook Trout.
A little late, but toast some bread cubes with orange zest & butter. Then stuff them in a stud tasty trout like yours.
Bake or grill until done, so good. Orange & trout go together so well.
A carp recipe is even simpler.
Grill it on a plank, when done bury the carp in the tomato garden, and eat the plank.
I used to goose hunt with a guy down in southern Illinois who made pickled carp and it was actually pretty darn good.
If you like pickled fish.
I forgot to even take pictures of the trout I smoked, but they came out excellent.
I did make a bread crumb/Ritz cracker stuffing with lime and butter and baked it on the Traeger. Forgot to take the picture fresh off the grill, but remembered to while serving it up.
My Son on his annual trip to Venice Louisiana. Today...
Nice fish. That’ll eat