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Old 02-01-2012, 01:21 PM   #1
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Default Spotted seatrout and shrimp

We had some (purchased) gulf shrimp and some fresh (caught) seatrout. I made a marinade of lime juice, habarneros, butter and cilantro for the shrimp, then put them on skewers on the grill. They cooked in about 3 minutes.

We served the fish and shrimp with homemade chilled crabapple wine.

Yum!!!

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Tonight I'm going to make "redfish on the half shell" with a beer butter sauce. The fishing has been pretty decent, and fresh fish is awesome!

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That is an amazing breakfast! I had tuna salad and crackers...

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did you grill the fish too? I hear this past year was an amazing fishing year. Are you in Texas again? If so have fun and welcome.

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That is an amazing breakfast! I had tuna salad and crackers...
Oh, no that was dinner last night! I'm still drinking my morning coffee.

Bob is cleaning fish right now, and the pelicans are sitting at the base of the fish cleaning station on the edge of the water waiting for their share. He has a few specs and a redfish that he's cleaning.

By the way, we have two extra bedrooms if you and Kris and the kids want to drop by!!!!!
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Are oysters coming in there? I see a small area was opened last week. We're on Matagorda and its still closed.

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What sort of shell do you serve redfish on?
Regards, GF.

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Oh, no that was dinner last night! I'm still drinking my morning coffee.

Bob is cleaning fish right now, and the pelicans are sitting at the base of the fish cleaning station on the edge of the water waiting for their share. He has a few specs and a redfish that he's cleaning.

By the way, we have two extra bedrooms if you and Kris and the kids want to drop by!!!!!
Trust me, I would LOVE to come down and hang out for a few days, but it won't happen. Kids have school and activities and Kris is working on a huge project at work.

I'd be happy if you could keep snapping pics of food and wildlife. I could live vicariously through you and Bob!
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Are oysters coming in there? I see a small area was opened last week. We're on Matagorda and its still closed.
No, the oysters are all from Louisiana. I heard that they aren't going to open the season here at all, as it would just be open a couple of weeks before it would be closed. That's the rumor at the tackle store, anyway.

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It's not a shell, actually! It's one side of the filet that you leave the skin on, and stick it on the grill that way. It curls up on the edges and "holds" the sauce on. Then you lift it up off of the grill, and the skin/scales stay on the grill. It was great.

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Trust me, I would LOVE to come down and hang out for a few days, but it won't happen. Kids have school and activities and Kris is working on a huge project at work.

I'd be happy if you could keep snapping pics of food and wildlife. I could live vicariously through you and Bob!
We'll be taking lots more pictures! It's supposed to get cold on Sunday and stay cool for a few days so we'll be doing some indoor things, like going to the aquarium. The fishing has been slow, but we still catch a few everyday.
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I always wondered what reds and sea trout taste like. We catch them when I visit relatives in Florida but they don't eat them, they seem to think they aren't any good.

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I always wondered what reds and sea trout taste like. We catch them when I visit relatives in Florida but they don't eat them, they seem to think they aren't any good.
They are amazingly good! I prefer the reds over black drum, and sheepshead. The only fish I like as much as redfish is flounder. We've only got one flounder so far.

Tonight we're having sea trout filets with mango salsa.
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