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Offline RHYAK

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Fried Panfish
« on: April 23, 2014, 08:58 PM »
Ok RedEar and bluegill on tap and ill fish for them because on 2lb test they are a blast. Plus they taste great I can fillet a limit of these pretty darn quick these 10 took about 5 -10 minutes. Clean up takes longer.

Either way start by digging in the garden for fresh red worms, I have a plethera after releasing about 50-100 last year and now one shovel will get me well over 50 worms of all sizes, wont have to buy worms again anytime soon.

Head to the lake and find a spot holding the fish can be the hardest part some days I talked to over a dozen guys looking for them yesterday and only one other guy and myself were able to find them.

Second tip hold on tight to these slimmy guys.




The loot which I cooked up 5 of them tonight for the lady and I and YUM YUM


The important part and bulk of it, this is what I use for 5-10 fillets, 1 cup of Flour, 1/2 + cup of Corn Meal, creole seasoning, and Garlic Salt seasoning to preference.


Nice size fillets for the pan fry, I like to soak in milk and worcestershier sauce with pepper for a couple hours before.


The finished product light yet taste great and goes well with any cold beer.


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Re: Fried Panfish
« Reply #1 on: April 23, 2014, 09:31 PM »
You should try bluegill soup. Just boil some potatoes, then cut them up and throw them in some vegetable stock with some leeks, some cooked down garlic and onion. Salt, pepper to taste. Add some lemon to brighten it up if you want. It is tasty and good for you. 
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Re: Fried Panfish
« Reply #2 on: April 23, 2014, 09:33 PM »
HUH, sounds odd not into that kinda stuff. LOL
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Re: Fried Panfish
« Reply #3 on: April 23, 2014, 10:09 PM »
Stretch your horizons man, get past frying every thing.  ;D

Looks like a good pan fish hole you got there. I'd be lucky to pull a used rubber out of the Kings now.
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Re: Fried Panfish
« Reply #4 on: April 24, 2014, 10:21 AM »
Yeah, not a big fish soup-stew guy. Plus pan fried panfish doesn't get much better. I pretty much only fry my panfish now. Don't even own a deep fryer at this point. Mainly grill, bake , broil, steam my fish.
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Re: Fried Panfish
« Reply #5 on: April 24, 2014, 06:09 PM »
Damnnnn that looks tasty!
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Re: Fried Panfish
« Reply #6 on: April 28, 2014, 11:12 PM »
Dan there is a reason they are called PAN FISH. You cook them in a pan with a little batter and oil.  :P
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