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    Preparing trout

    Okay went trout fishing for the first time caught some rainbows. Tried the butter,herbs,and olive oil ,lemon in foil for 20 min and wasn’t a fan mushy texture taste wasn’t bad but it damn sure wasn’t walleye. Any pointers, I can’t imagine this many people fishing for these critters if this is as good as it gets. Tia
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    Foil? I will forgive you but Please don't tell anyone else. Just some butter in a hot pan. Quick but with the tail as crisp as a potato chip.

    Next time sleep next to the water. Get up early and start a decent fire. When you have a dozen clean them quick and get them in the pan. Coals will be about right by then. I'm sure Heaven does not start the day any better than that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by crazzycajun View Post
    Okay went trout fishing for the first time caught some rainbows. Tried the butter,herbs,and olive oil ,lemon in foil for 20 min and wasn’t a fan mushy texture taste wasn’t bad but it damn sure wasn’t walleye. Any pointers, I can’t imagine this many people fishing for these critters if this is as good as it gets. Tia
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    2nd week of April fishing season starts for trout, ( non ice fishing ) lots of stocked trout thou...I like yellow perch and flounder myself...in my area.
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    ^^^^^^
    Honeywell you can buy better but you cant pay more

    I told my wife when i die to sell my fishing stuff for what its worth not what i told her i paid for it

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    Cedar plank on the grill. Season how you like. Salmon and trout have an extra layer of fat on their lateral line in between the skin and meat. It gives the meat a fishy flavor. After you cook it, peel the skin and use a fork to scrape off the fat layer.
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