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Wed Jul 11, 2007 9:21 pm

Wow, when I first looked at it, it looked like a round pole. Now that you told me what it is, I can see it plan as day. I sure would like to hook into a bunch of baby tarpon 30-80 pound and then at least one big one, realistically 130 or more. I know they get bigger, but not living there, it can be an ongoing pursuit. I subscribe to Florida Sportsman to fuel my day dreams. It says that there are some big tarpon off the beaches in the mornings.

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Fri Jul 13, 2007 9:02 pm

This is what the hubby caught today. 30 pound Spring (King salmon)and of course, my baby girls catch last night.ImageImage
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Sat Jul 14, 2007 1:01 am

Good going! mmmmm Salmon... See you are having some luck now. That's great! I am going up in the Sierras Trout fishing Wednesday. Been a long time since it wasn't a bass I was after. But it is a special request from a good friend. If they aren't too dinky, I'll post pics. Probably should start a new post though. This one is stretching out.

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Tue Jul 17, 2007 6:00 pm

Hi

Our salmon is all imported. Sure is good eating. How do you cook the salmon?

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Tue Jul 17, 2007 6:07 pm

We usually smoke most of our fish, but this one, we will fillet, wrap in foil with spices and a bbq sauce and soy sauce mix. Then let it simmer in the foil.

The trout my daughter caught will go to one of the single ladies in the park that loves trout.
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Tue Jul 17, 2007 8:07 pm

Hi Harry! another suggestion is stuffing the salmon with sliced lemons & onions then wrapping with foil and cooking on the BBQ. when fish is almost done squirt some BBQ sauce inside then finish cooking. Mmmmmmmmmmmmm good. Another suggestion is butterflying the salmon and cooking flesh down on the BBQ then turn salmon onto its skin half way through and covering with Troyster's Famous BBQ sauce to finish

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Tue Jul 17, 2007 9:18 pm

Another salmon recipe. Lay out a big piece of heavy duty foil, a few sprigs of dill, a few (or lot) slices of butter, some 1/4" slices of lemon a little salt and pepper. Install the fresh caught, no color added, wild salmon fillet on top. I wrap it all up making sure to crimp the edges shut. Then I flip it over and wrap it again, with the seam crimped on the other side. Inside the foil, the lemon and stuff is on top. Throw it on a hot BBQ about 12 min, flip and another 1o min (depending on thickness). Served with rice and asparagus with hollandaise.

That 's the way I do it.

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Tue Jul 17, 2007 9:35 pm

I'm getting hungry JD! I will have to finish off BBQ Sockeye salmon we had on the barby yesterday.

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Wed Jul 18, 2007 5:32 pm

Hi

Thanks for the recipes. I’m going to do some grilling this weekend.

About once a month I make salmon patties. I buy the cheap canned salmon with the bones, skin and fins. Add egg, breadcrumbs and seasoning. Fry em up crispy in a skillet. A little catsup on the side.

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Wed Jul 18, 2007 6:18 pm

Harry try the salmon patties with some Worcestershire sauce on top - its mmmmm good. For those that like crab and shrimp instead of dipping in butter try dipping in soy sauce its mmmm good plus less fattening. well I'm off soon to cook & bake in a fire fighting camp - different from mining or logging camp but should be an exciting experience.

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Wed Jul 18, 2007 7:52 pm

Picked a dozen of these today. I wrecked my trolling motor so I had to give it up at noon. I also got a late start. I kept holding off on a picture hoping for at least a 4 pounder but as the magic morning period was ending I figured I better get a picture of A fish.

There were a pair of bald eagles nesting and hanging out with me all day. That was cool.

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Tue Jul 31, 2007 8:14 pm

if ya'll have a dishwasher try 2 drying cycles for a salmon wrapped in tinfoil with your favorite flavoring and voila poached salmon
*note dont use the was cycle just the drying cycle. i
i have done this twice now with excellent success
i learned this from a french chef buddy of mine..
works wonderful in the winter when its -40 up here and ya dont wanna stand outside and bbq
im not a dr. but ill take a look

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Wed Aug 01, 2007 10:45 am

LOL, now I'll have to get myself a dishwasher. My family says we already have one, me!
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