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Old 02-03-2012, 02:16 PM   #11
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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.
Do they taste like any freshwater fish? We catch and eat a lot of lake trout, perch and bass where we live.

 
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Old 02-03-2012, 03:54 PM   #12
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Enjoy your warm weather. We have lost almost all of our snow so far and it's going to be high 30s to low 40s next 2 days as well.

I might not have to shovel the roof off this year!

I don't hate the snow though. Better a few extra inches than a few more degrees on the wrong side of 0!

 
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Old 02-04-2012, 12:06 AM   #13
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Here's my dinner tonight:
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Sea trout (speckled trout), mango salsa with habanero, crabapple wine, and a big romaine salad.

Nyer, they don't taste like anything else exactly, but perch might be a good comparison.
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Old 02-04-2012, 03:35 PM   #14
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I guess we won't be throwing the trout back then. Perch is our favorite freshwater fish.

 
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Old 02-04-2012, 04:17 PM   #15
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As a florida boy who was transplanted in MN, I miss some of the fish from home. Dont get me wrong, I love walleye and pike, but c'mon I could really use a big grouper fillet.
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Old 02-04-2012, 05:08 PM   #16
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Tis interesting... we enjoyed mullett sandwiches in Florida restaurants. Here on the Texas gulf where I'm at mullett is strictly bait. While grouper and red snapper are wonderful, to my taste crappie caught through the ice can't be beat. Variety is fun... over the past few weeks on the Texas gulf we've had flounder, sea trout, squid, shared a bushel of blue crabs and smoked some mackerel. Normally we'd have had oysters and clams as well, but not this year. Yooper's trout looks great, and next year I'm definitely going to make some crab apple wine.

 
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Old 02-04-2012, 06:27 PM   #17
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Man am I getting fishing fever now.....and hungry. Love salt water fishing, but only get to do it when on vacation.

 
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We're eating fish everyday, either for dinner or for lunch. Today Bob did a simple fish fry with the sea trout. For dinner tonight, we're having venison. I'm getting a hankering for red meat after all of this fish!
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Here's my dinner tonight:
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Sea trout (speckled trout), mango salsa with habanero, crabapple wine, and a big romaine salad.
Between this and the margaritas and the 75* weather I'm starting to turn a bit green with envy!!

One of my favorite white fish preparations is "en papillote" with lemon, butter, garlic, shallots and a few herbs... but I'm going to have to try it with the mango habanero salsa.

 
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Between this and the margaritas and the 75* weather I'm starting to turn a bit green with envy!!

One of my favorite white fish preparations is "en papillote" with lemon, butter, garlic, shallots and a few herbs... but I'm going to have to try it with the mango habanero salsa.
If it makes you feel better, it's cool and rainy today.

I think redfish "en papillote" sounds great. I'll grab some shallots today when I go to the store after church. Bob caught a redfish yesterday.
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