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Filleting and cooking Pike


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49 minutes ago, rotuts said:

trout up here are very very heavy , w very very bad metals.

 

signs in 18 languages :  " eat , Die "

It'll take years to kill you though.

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10 minutes ago, gfweb said:

It'll take years to kill you though.

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We had those signs at a local lake (Bixby Slough) due to Monsanto and refinery run-off.. Did not stop SE Asian immigrants. Funding finally disbursed to dredge and cap. Nice now. Kinda creepy when you saw mutant frogs along path (one legged, eyes wrong place etc)

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On 3/2/2021 at 4:31 PM, Eatmywords said:

Yes, I thought the same.  Look to be stealth predators and their teeth are certainly no joke.   Now I want quenelles like my mom made many decades ago. 

 

 @Violin_guyyou mentioned filleting but didn't share your method.  Do tell

I use this method: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VjbmTxhX7qE

 

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