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Old July 11th, 2006, 01:36 PM
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Trout Recipes

I have put about 60-70 trout in my deep freezer that I have caught this year and need some good recipes. Anyone have any that they like?

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Old July 11th, 2006, 02:10 PM
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where are you catching them? When I get my 110 back from the project shop, trout fishing trip is top of list for breaking it in?
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Old July 11th, 2006, 05:02 PM
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I go to school at Western Carolina so the Tuckaseige (spelling) River is right down from where I stay. The best fishing comes from the hard to get to places.

If you want to do a guided trip or get some information the best place to go is Lowe Fly Shop IMO...Mr. Lowe is probably the most knowledgeable around. www.loweflyshop.com ....His shop is located in waynesville, about 30 mins from campus. I have caught most of my fish on a casting reel but do fly fish quite often.

A very popular spot is between Sylva and Cullowhee behind the old Jack the Dipper.....Ill edit hte post with directions once i get some time in the office..

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Well my edit button is gone so heres directions to a great place to fly fish....If you go out of sylva towards cullowhee you pass the ingles thats on the right and go about 1/2 mile. After you go down a straightaway theres going to be a road (river rd) at the end of the straightaway. Turn right and all the spots down the river are pretty good...You can also follow the river all the way down to Dillsboro...Ecellant fishing all over Jackson County.

Im trying to plan a fly fishing trip out to yellowstone for next summer with a buddy of mien as well.

Mark, Where in charlotte are you...Im outside of Mint Hill in the corner or Union, Stanley, and Cabarrus Counties.
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My favorite is gutting and chopping the head off, making a pocket out of aluminum foil, fill with zesty italian dressing, grill until done (5-7 minutes), pick around the bones.
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Old July 11th, 2006, 07:11 PM
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Butter and Johnny's Salt in a cast iron pan is good.
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Pat dry, roll in flour, lay in butter in hot skillet, li'll dash Cayenne, li'll dash salt, li'll dash lemon, saute till slight crispy,
serve on hot plate with wild rice, wild mushrooms, white wine & wild girl. (or substitute rice for yukon gold taters & chopped parsley & butter)
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Gut, chop off head and fry with your scrambled eggs for breakfast,YUM.
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60 to 70 trout huh? Sounds like you have a good start on a bear bait, lol!
Sorry, I had to cast a vote for those of us who like to catch 'em, but can't bear to eat 'em.
Yechhh! I toss 'em back.

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Old July 12th, 2006, 10:13 AM
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60 to 70 trout huh? Sounds like you have a good start on a bear bait, lol!
Sorry, I had to cast a vote for those of us who like to catch 'em, but can't bear to eat 'em.
Yechhh! I toss 'em back.

I used to throw them back quite often. I like to fish the catch and release waters...Thats where the good fishing is around my area
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Someone said, dip them in melted butter, lay them on a wet cedar shingle, cook over a bed of hot coals until the meat gets flaky, then throw away the fish and eat the shingle.

Seriously though I like them rolled in cornmeal and fried in butter or else smoked. Just the dinks though, the bigger fish don't taste so good to me. And yes I do "catch and release", not because I'm pro PETA but because I like the idea that they can be caught again.

As for the stockers "kill and grill"
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Someone said, dip them in melted butter, lay them on a wet cedar shingle, cook over a bed of hot coals until the meat gets flaky, then throw away the fish and eat the shingle.

Seriously though I like them rolled in cornmeal and fried in butter or else smoked. Just the dinks though, the bigger fish don't taste so good to me. And yes I do "catch and release", not because I'm pro PETA but because I like the idea that they can be caught again.

As for the stockers "kill and grill"
I have some real small ones and all the locals here say that the smaller the trout the better it tastes. I haven't cooked any of the small ones yet.
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I have some real small ones and all the locals here say that the smaller the trout the better it tastes. I haven't cooked any of the small ones yet.
Make up a marinade with lime juice, maple syrup and chopped jalapeno. Bit of bourbon works too put it in a ziplock bag with some trout fillets and let them marinate for a while. Then grill over hot coals or gas with wood chips. Works well!

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