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I'm a pretty decent cook.
seafood alfredo dishes are some of favs.

shrimp, minced clams (and juice) bacon, onion, garlic, sun dried tomatos in a creamy, buttery, cheesy alfredo sauce, poured over linguini

I also whip up some dandy concoctions from leftovers and anything in the cupboard is fair game to go in the pot


do you guys like steelhead trout?
I'm not braggin, but I catch a BUNCH of them.
well, i guess i AM braggin,:biggrin:
I'm a steelie fanatic and fish for them in 3 states





here's my recipe for baked steelie
one average steelie (5 to 7 pounds)
Gutted and cleaned , head on or off at your option
3/4 pound cedar chips
3/4 pound horse manure

Stuff the steelie with horse manure and cedar chips
wrap in foil and bake at 350 for 27 minutes.
Revmove fish, remove stuffing, discard fish and eat the cedar chips and manure
Cause it'll taste better that the fish EVER WILL

this recipe works just as well for Canada Goose too


..L.T.A.



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you guys like my recipe, I see :rofl:

first, I'm not a big fan of eating salmon or trout in general.
Give me walleye, perch or pan fish and I'll eat 'em til I bust

second, there's a big difference in the taste of ocean run steel and salmon that CoperKnight would be familar with, compared to Lake Erie run steel and salmon which aren't quite as pallitable.

I hear you just have to "know how to cook'em"

To me, that's code speak for,

"the flesh tastes like CRAP and you need to know how to BURY it in smoke, and/or spices and seasoning":biglaugh:

I found Canada Goose to be similar.
Years ago, I was determined to cook a goose for Thanksgiving.
SOOO, I popped one, cleaned and dressed it and baked it in the oven.
I sliced a piece of the breast off and had my first bite of goose.
That was the first and LAST goose I ever hunted.

They'll forever be "sky carp" to me now:biggrin:


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Thanks Hunter

i like to fish as much as i like to shoot

here's some more fish porn

a 12 pound Coho from Lake Ontario this past August



A 22 pound King from the same day



Here's a 36" steelie from the Niagara River



here's one of the creeks I fish in Ohio




guess that's enough of my BRAGGING....for now
hehehehehehehe


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