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Discussion in 'LOCAL OHIO TALK' started by catfishrollo, Mar 13, 2008.
Things are a little stagnant on the site today. This outta get em going! :smile2: rollo
Yeah I hear you Rollo....nothing like sitting down to a 60# Flathead for supper.:smile2:
nothing like cutting through 5 pounds of belly meat! who cares if it weighs 60-80 pounds.. the big ones are better eating, and we need to let all the little ones grow upoooh::smile2::cool2:rollo
Ain't that what cpr is all about??? getting all the big ones out so the little ones can grow up?:big_smile:
LOL ... sounds good to me ... are we going to deep fry or oven roast it .... When I was in Florida I used to tell the "tree huggers" I worked with to come out to my place for a party and food ... when they would ask what I was having to eat I would tell Deep fried Manatee ... None of the ever came and many hated me from then on (thank God) ........ Garry- :smile2:
sound good what time?????
you guys are killing me!
save the whales!
and eat the dolphins
You midwesterner's taste buds are warped! You guys are used to eating freshwater fish and think it's good. I on the otherhand, live where fresh seafood is readily available. I have easy access to tasteful fish from the ocean like black seabass, grouper, tuna, and striped bass. Once you eat ocean fish o a more regular basis, you will see the difference in fresh vs salt.
I harvested a flathead I caught in Santee Cooper last year, it tasted like horse manure!
Lived in La. a good part of my life, sea food was readily available. I'll still take a flathead or a gar over saltwater fish any day
I have my favorite from both. I like a halibut or yellowtail but a bluegill or a salmon will do just as well. I just call them brother from another, Hushpuppies and hot sauce works on both.