Any good recipes for Catfish or Trout?

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  1. Going fishing this weekend and have the highest probability of catching either trout or catish.

    Anyone have any tastie recipes for them?
     
  2. Philip Hamm

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    Some Old Bay or a nice marinade makes for yummy grilled cajun catfish. [​IMG] Yum Yum!
     
  3. Jesse Leonard

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    When cleaning a Catfish, make sure you remove ALL of the grey and off-white meat. Only keep the white meat. This will make them tast SO much better! I agree with Philip that a grilled cajun catfish is really hard to beat!
     
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    Catfish; rinse in cold water and roll the fillets in a half an half mix of flour and cornmeal and fry until golden brown in enough oil to come up halfway on the fillets. Season with cajun salt as soon as you remove from pan. Splash on some malt vinegar for added zest. Mmmmmm...
     
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    Trout: Remove head. Remove entrails. Place in skillet. Add olive oil. Add lemon/lime juice. Add salt/pepper. Eat.
     
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    Life's a fish, and then you fry.
     
  7. Dennis Nicholls

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    Trout: remove entrails, leave on head and skin. Fill cavity with onions or other veggies. Grill on barbeque. Serve with head on.
     
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    Trout: Try both Dennis' and my recipies. Post response.
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    For fillets at home, i marinade in Lemon-Pepper marinade and coat with a Cajun breading.

    For fillets outdoors, i brush a light coat of mustard and roll in corn meal, mmmm, mmmm!
     
  10. Earl J

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    No, but my dad has a recipe for Carp.
    1)Lay out some bricks and start the coals on the bricks.
    2)Season Carp as desired,
    3)Let Carp stay on the coals for about 1/2 hour.
    4)Once the carp is cooked, throw away the carp, eat the bricks.
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  11. Jim_F

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    Would that be Catfish Hunter and Dizzy Trout?

    Regards,
    -H.L.
     
  12. James L White

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    well you see here, ya throw that sucka on this here cuttin' board chop its ole head off then cut them tails off roll 'er round in some flower and drop 'er in some hot oil (or as I used to say it when I was much younger oi-al)Ok I'll stop talking like an idiot now [​IMG]
     
  13. Sean Conklin

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    Yep, this is the Rocky Mountain way! Oh and throw in some garlic too. Also this works ok in an oven also, but BBQ is divine! [​IMG]
     

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