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i just recently caught some bows the other day and was tired of cooking them either by frying them or BBQ so i treied a couple of recepies form the DOW website and let me tell you it was GOOD ;D treid the trout dip and the trout cakes. Just wondering if any of you guys or gals had any good recepies for fish trout, bass,eyes,cats etc....
 

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we made a salmon quiche once useing trout and that was darn good you can probly sub trout for salmon in most recipies

i have filleted walleye reel thin like 1/4 thick and cut into 1" x about 6" strips take a 1/2"cube/chunk of your favorite cheese i like motzarella and wrap the fish around it then wrap a strip of bacon around that kind 90 degrees from the fish then using a spiced flour (i like cajun mix) flour egg and flour then fry quick serve up a pile of these with some grilled deer tenderloin medalions and favorite beverage and you'll be in heaven
 

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yeah foil is good i like to add a batvh of veggies with it like peppers,onions,and a veriaty of squashes then you got a whole meal just eat it right out of the foil pack not dishis to worry about
 

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Get a roasted green pepper. Wrap it around a piece of cooked fish (any works) plus a piece of cheese.bake in teh oven until everything is warm adn fully cooked. Dont really taste the fish but texture is amazing.
Also take whole lemons and cut off one end (just enough to leave a one inch hole) Squeeze out the juice and try to clean out the inside leaving some for flavor. Stuff with spices, fresh herbs, salt, along with several 1 inch chunks of salmon. Add a teaspoon of lemon juice to a teaspoon of water and pour this in. Rotate constantly cooking on medium temp grill until tempautre probe reads teh fish temp. Experiment a little. We havent gotten this recipe down perfectly or i would have better insrtuctions. Make sure to stuff a lot of fish in there so teh lemon taste isnt overpowering. Removing the guts of teh lemon helps this. We are also trying to find a good way to close up teh end so the meat would steam but havent been to successful.
Wiht catfish fillets, rub cold fillets down with cold stick of butter before adding batter for frying. A little crispier but dont put too much butter or the fried batter doesnt stick.
 

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hunterfishercamper said:
     Get a roasted green pepper. Wrap it around a piece of cooked fish (any works) plus a piece of cheese.bake in teh oven until everything is warm adn fully cooked. Dont really taste the fish but texture is amazing.
     Also take whole lemons and cut off one end (just enough to leave a one inch hole) Squeeze out the juice and try to clean out the inside leaving some for flavor. Stuff with spices, fresh herbs, salt, along with several 1 inch chunks of salmon. Add a teaspoon of lemon juice to a teaspoon of water and pour this in. Rotate constantly cooking on medium temp grill until tempautre probe reads teh fish temp. Experiment a little. We havent gotten this recipe down perfectly or i would have better insrtuctions. Make sure to stuff a lot of fish in there so teh lemon taste isnt overpowering. Removing the guts of teh lemon helps this. We are also trying to find a good way to close up teh end so the meat would steam but havent been to successful.
    Wiht catfish fillets, rub cold fillets down with cold stick of butter before adding batter for frying. A little crispier but dont put too much butter or the fried batter doesnt stick.
maybe in stead of cutting a small hole just cut the lemon in half and then scoop it out stuff it put the halves together and wrap tight in foil might do the trick i make chocolate cupcakes in oranges this way gotta use heavy duty foil cause the batter expands some
 
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