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noway
12-10-2003, 08:23
I was in a fish debate last night and was wondering what fish you eat the most of and how is it done?

Here's my top fish;

#1 salmon, baked or smoked
#2 dophlin, grilled or fired
#3 shark,fried ( not technically a fish but )
#4 talipa, fried or boiled
#5 cod, fried or boiled
#6 halibut, baked
#7 swordfish, grilled or smoked

hcook
12-10-2003, 08:53
1. Trout
2. Haddock
3. Swordfish

For chowder, I like Hake or Pollock.

cmzneb
12-10-2003, 09:26
Carribean Red Snapper.

True Red Snapper, not that West Coast imitation Red Rock fish that alot of places sell as Snapper!

Cinic
12-10-2003, 10:03
Salmon and Tuna (steaks not cans) are my favorites.

Cola di Rienza
12-10-2003, 10:15
I like snapper, pike, and nice tuna steak :)

SoDFW Jason
12-10-2003, 10:23
Trout
Cod
freshwater Perch
Red Snapper
Ono(ate a ton of it in Hawaii)
Grouper

hapuna
12-10-2003, 10:24
Tuna (fresh)
Halibut
Salmon
Ono

hwyhobo
12-10-2003, 10:46
Raw: Tuna
Baked: Trout
Fried: Cod
Steamed: Salmon

hwyhobo
12-10-2003, 10:50
noway wrote:#3 shark,fried (not technically a fish but)You're not trying to tell us you fry ... lawyers? ;f

The Pontificator
12-10-2003, 15:18
my fav as of late is chain pickerel. Oh, so sweet! Haven't caught any as of late but I'll keep trying.

Eddie C.
12-10-2003, 15:26
"Charlie the Tuna"






;f ;f ;f

hapuna
12-10-2003, 16:52
Noway

WHy isn't a shark a fish???????;d ;d ;d ;g

ExxoticOne
12-10-2003, 17:17
I love:

Chilean Sea Bass
Orange Roughy
Sea Trout
Tuna (raw)
Salmon

knuckle dragger
12-10-2003, 17:27
Stuffed Sole
Orange Roughy
Baked Whitefish
anything in the Sushi categorie

Bruce H
12-10-2003, 18:07
Like anything else it varies with the territory. Here it would be walleye, channel cat, bass, crappie, and fixed right there isn't anything wrong with carp.

allanc
12-11-2003, 06:57
Really fresh yellowfin tuna is very tasty. Fresh albacore tuna is pretty good. However, neither of these compare to really fresh bigeye tuna. :)

glockodile
12-11-2003, 13:43
Barracuda. None whiter or more mild in the ocean. Really.

gibbons025
12-12-2003, 05:18
Fresh caught Catfish with hushpuppies.

lethal tupperwa
12-12-2003, 09:58
Flounder cleaned while fresh enough to bite.

Coat with frycrisp or a mix of flour and cracker meal
then fry in fresh peanut oil.

rbielak
12-12-2003, 10:09
The only kind of fish I eat is Filet-O ... from McDonald's :)

mhambi
12-12-2003, 10:17
Salmon - grilled

trout (rainbow, brook, or brown) grilled

halibut - baked

Orange Roughy - baked or steamed

Tuna, swordfish, shark - seared.

dolphin is pretty good eating too! :)

kf4zra
12-12-2003, 10:33
Originally posted by glockodile
Barracuda. None whiter or more mild in the ocean. Really.

i hope you are kidding, those things are always full of worms, the only thing they are good for is chum.

i cant tell you how many of those bastards show up right as you are about to bring a prized catch onboard, and they leave you with a fish head on your line.

gotta say that dolphin is number 1
then grouper
wahoo
most snappers
fresh tuna
shark
catfish fillets,
i guess conch isnt really a fish, but......

its pretty cool eating something that you know was swimming just a few hours earlier.

John

Shinichi
12-12-2003, 12:11
Fresh tuna,
mahi mahi,
sea bass,
flounder,
almost any good fresh fish from theOcean. I try an not eat any freshwater fish.



although being from the south, fried catfish with hushpuppies is something that i don't wanna shake from the system. ;e



ever had a shrimp top half watching you ,alive, as you were trying to his tail?!!!

yep.

JHS
12-12-2003, 18:11
Bass that I hook at the pond.

water_daddy
12-14-2003, 06:37
I'm surpised walleye has come up yet........WALLEYE!

f1b32oPTic
12-14-2003, 20:21
i love a catfish!

redskyzatknight
12-15-2003, 04:14
salmon, trout, tuna and shark for me please. Lots of spices and butter grilled on the ole' Foreman with white rice and peas. A few beers and some vanilla ice cream with strawberry preserves for dessert. I caught alot of sheephead the other day but I gave it all away.

nickg
12-15-2003, 07:35
haddock
grouper
walleye

JOE MACK
12-15-2003, 22:51
I'm for:

salmon- grilled or baked

trout fillets- grilled or baked

fresh baked halibut

shark

tuna

johndoe
12-16-2003, 07:22
Walleye and perch caught by me.

Cajun
12-21-2003, 16:10
1: speckled trout
2: redfish
3: flounder
4: snapper
5: tuna
6: salmon

Mwinter
12-21-2003, 22:27
1. Shark grilled....tuna raw....and TILAPIA baby, TILAPIA! any way I've had it that fish is TAY-STEE.

PS--the reason that sharks, skates and rays are sometimes not considered "fish" is that "fish" are typified by bony skeletons and to a lesser extent by most, scales.
Sharks have neither; their 'skeletons' being all cartilage except for the jaws and few other relatively minor bits.
Their skin is actually comprised of tiny protrusions that usually match their teeth in general structure and shape but not in size.

23skidoo
12-22-2003, 07:41
Walleye for fresh fish and Orange Roughy or Swordfish for salt water fish. Walleye is the hands down favorite though.

Glenn E. Meyer
12-23-2003, 09:21
I love all fish.

So:

1. Red snapper
2. Oysters
3. Salmon
4. Lobster
5. Fried Soft shell crabs
6. Steamed clams / fried clams - not those strips but the real thing in New England

Canned:

King Oscar Sardines - the best sardines

Sushi

Hamachi vs. Eel - tied
Uni
Tuna

Fried catfish, flounder, trout - all good. Broil sturgeon, yum.

noway
12-23-2003, 09:34
{6. Steamed clams / fried clams - not those strips but the real thing in New England}

ditto, best steamed clams I had was in Costellos in CT.My boss and I eat lunch out their one year and it was nice!

hispeedlodrag
12-23-2003, 10:34
Macadamia/coconut crusted mahi with tropical salsa.
Ginger/chile glazed halibut.
Blackened redfish.
Swordfish (grilled) with chile-lime-cilantro butter.
Pecan crusted catfish.
Fried smelt sandwich with garlic aioli.
Now I'm hungry.

j_ratliffe
12-23-2003, 12:08
i like all fish, but my favorites are,
golden tile
farm raised catfish
large mouth bass

Cali-Glock
12-23-2003, 12:30
I hot smoke fresh salmon filets. I liberally cover the salmon with a mix consisting of of crushed garlic, butter, and dill (fresh dill is best - though dry works also) I also put red onion slices on the salmon and on a grill also coated with the garlic, butter and dill mixture. These are put into a smoker, and hot smoked with oak. The salmon and onions come out black, and wonderful!
^7


Pretty much I love salmon fixed any way!
Flounder/Sole
Tuna