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Re: Best eating in freshwater [Re: jigman222] #1991085 02/03/08
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Arctic Grayling

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Re: Best eating in freshwater [Re: skudrunner] #1992162 02/04/08
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There are a lot that I haven't eaten, but fresh crappie gets my vote.

Re: Best eating in freshwater [Re: MarkT] #1993606 02/04/08
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+1 grin


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Re: Best eating in freshwater [Re: chas05] #1995905 02/05/08
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Gotta go with walleye myself...But don't mind Brookie or Rainbow trout.Pike from cold water, breaded and deep fried isn't bad either.

I've always put Arctic Grayling back due to never catching them too often and their low numbers north of here.

Re: Best eating in freshwater [Re: wes7x57] #2006137 02/09/08
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crappie, trout and catfish work for me!


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Re: Best eating in freshwater [Re: WhitetailJoe] #2024906 02/17/08
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Bull head. Gotta let them swim in some fresh water to make sure their cleaned out.

Then I fillet and pan fry in butter, salt and pepper.



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Re: Best eating in freshwater [Re: janos] #2048733 02/27/08
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I gotta roll with perch and walleye. bluegill and crappie were pretty durn good the few times I've had em. Same for steelhead on the grill.

Had halibut once covered in a crab sauce. It was the bomb.


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Re: Best eating in freshwater [Re: Mac84] #2060597 03/03/08
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I like everything, as I've said many times.

But I'd reach across a platter of trout to get to a single crappie, or bluegill, or catfish, or perch, or walleye.

My all-time favorite is any of them, served with hushpuppies, good slaw and a cold beer.


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Re: Best eating in freshwater [Re: RockyRaab] #2063466 03/04/08
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Re: Best eating in freshwater [Re: Teeder] #2069227 03/06/08
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I've been told Lamprey eels are really tastey. I won't eat one though.

Alaskan arctic grayling is the best.


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Re: Best eating in freshwater [Re: WinModel70] #2069623 03/07/08
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Re: Best eating in freshwater [Re: jigman222] #2104668 03/23/08
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Perch #1, Crappie #2 Might be different if we had walleye around here......

Re: Best eating in freshwater [Re: JONDEVLDOG] #2134639 04/06/08
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Crappie, then trout. I am not a big catfish fan.

Re: Best eating in freshwater [Re: Teeder] #2138893 04/08/08
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Originally Posted by Teeder

The snowbelt! would that be western NY?
Lake Chautaugua by any chance?


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Re: Best eating in freshwater [Re: Tom264] #2140052 04/09/08
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Close! NW PA.
This day we were on Erie.

Re: Best eating in freshwater [Re: Teeder] #2140136 04/09/08
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Cool!
I used to live in WNY and every weekend we would frequent either Chautaugua or Erie, sure do miss those giant perch......good eating they are.


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Re: Best eating in freshwater [Re: Tom264] #2140287 04/09/08
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They sure are! It won't be long now and we'll be back out filling up the freezer with fillets! smile

Re: Best eating in freshwater [Re: Teeder] #2140883 04/09/08
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I pulled in 2 one pound bluegills this weekend and a few dozen bass with a buddy. We kept the bluegills and a couple bass that were gill hooked. I'm looking forward to the bluegill. I'll try to sneak the bass on someone else's plate.


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