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Re: Best eating in freshwater [Re: mikeh416Rigby] #1715588 10/03/07
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1. Pike
2. Flathead Catfish
3. Bluegill

300 BP

Re: Best eating in freshwater [Re: wes7x57] #1896520 12/27/07
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buffalo. In the carp family. Don't laugh. You'll spit catfish out if you're eating it along with buffalo. I've eaten walleye
and every other scaled fish there is. I worked on a catfish farm in Missippi (correct spelling BTW) for years...Buffalo is wonderful by comparison.

Also gar is very good but hard to clean.

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Re: Best eating in freshwater [Re: Edguardo_Baydo] #1896680 12/27/07
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+1 on buffalo, especially the ribs which are big and meaty and dont have the small bones of the fillets....also sauger is very good, (member of the walleye family)


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Re: Best eating in freshwater [Re: wes7x57] #1898107 12/27/07
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Poor man's shrimp: Cut panfish into bite size bits....boil in beer for 3-4 minutes....plunge into ice water to stop all cooking....dip in your favorite cocktail sauce....ENJOY!!!!

Re: Best eating in freshwater [Re: GPA] #1898136 12/27/07
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Walleye
Trout

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Re: Best eating in freshwater [Re: Spotshooter] #1899244 12/28/07
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Sorry guys! none of the above... frown

fresh run sea bass from the Yoshino Gawa in Tokushima, Japan. You eat them raw as sushi, dipped in soya / wasabi sauce. Cooking, steaming or frying only covers their incredibly delicate taste.

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Re: Best eating in freshwater [Re: olgrouser] #1901432 12/29/07
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walleye gets my vote!


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Re: Best eating in freshwater [Re: eh76] #1903456 12/30/07
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Bluegills
Crappie
Walleyes

Re: Best eating in freshwater [Re: BigPappaX3] #1903497 12/30/07
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Kokanee (Not the beer)
Sturgeon
Wild Rainbow Trout

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Re: Best eating in freshwater [Re: BigPappaX3] #1904468 12/30/07
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Originally Posted by BigPappaX3
Bluegills
Crappie
Walleyes

My order...
Walleye
Crappie
Bluegill
and perch too.


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Re: Best eating in freshwater [Re: Tom264] #1914134 01/03/08
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Sturgeon
Walleye
(cold water)pike


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Re: Best eating in freshwater [Re: watch4bear] #1919283 01/05/08
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Fresh cold water mountain trout from NC streams. Fried lightly in a black iron skillet. Nothing better.

Re: Best eating in freshwater [Re: jigman222] #1920753 01/06/08
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1 Yellow Perch
2 Pike with Y bones removed
3 Walleye
4 Bluegill
5 boneless wild trout

Re: Best eating in freshwater [Re: Dakotakid] #1944985 01/15/08
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1. Wild Rainbow Trout, can't stand those Purina Trout Chow fed hatchery fish, flesh is like mush
2. Yellow Perch
3. Channel Cat


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Re: Best eating in freshwater [Re: kevinh1157] #1945601 01/16/08
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#1 Walleye/Sauger
#2 Crappie
#3 Perch
#4 Pickled Northern

Re: Best eating in freshwater [Re: ranger1] #1952146 01/19/08
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What Ted said... That looks to be a lake trout Yukoner has baked.

Funny how folks get real good saltwater fish and they can no longer eat freshwater fish... wink
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Re: Best eating in freshwater [Re: Sitka deer] #1952867 01/19/08
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Sturgeon, Mmmmmmm

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Re: Best eating in freshwater [Re: MarkT] #1953099 01/19/08
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Crappie
Blegill/Bream
Largemouth Bass


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Re: Best eating in freshwater [Re: ODay450] #1958327 01/21/08
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Walleye/Sauger
Blugill/Redear
Bass
Crappie
Early spring fiddler size channel cats

Re: Best eating in freshwater [Re: 7mmRM] #1959792 01/22/08
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Walleye, but I hear Ling is better. Never tasted it myself.

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