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Thread: Spot X revisited

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    Spot X revisited

    Few hours spent surf casting in the small hours today

    On ice while I catch up on some sleep

    Where to start ?

    Not a bad result fishing off the beach though

    A few feeds out a this lot ,deep fried snapper for dinner today .
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    That's a good effort from the beach!

    What times dinner

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    Nice effort mate
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    Nice catch

    Do you cook them skin on?
    I only scale things going to be cooked skin on.
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    Yes VC always cooked skin on improves the flavor I think.
    Deep fried tonight ,battered skin on.The guys at the local fish shop did a great job.
    Left overs for lunch tomorrow .
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris View Post
    Yes VC always cooked skin on improves the flavor I think.
    Deep fried tonight ,battered skin on.The guys at the local fish shop did a great job.
    Left overs for lunch tomorrow .
    Ok might have to give it a go, haven't tried snap skin on........mainly because I make such a bloody mess scaling fish
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    Good haul Chris.
    Do you eat the skin??? Or do you pick it off through the batter?

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    Quote Originally Posted by veitnamcam View Post
    Ok might have to give it a go, haven't tried snap skin on........mainly because I make such a bloody mess scaling fish
    I was given 1 of those double blade scaling tools from H&F does a bloody good job now days & so fast well worth the $10.
    Works great on trout too VC .
    Yes Gibo we eat the skin, seems to keep the fish a bit moist too not a bad thing.
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    Fresh hoki is twice the fish skin on as is flounder. tho you don't have to scale them

    Trout are pretty safe from me Chris, I keep telling myself I will go and catch one properly some time soon but never do...... maybe something to do with the cost of a licence.
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    Those .308 cal; lures work great in mountain streams VC .
    I wouldn't do a thing like that
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    No neither would I...... 303 nickel spinner that's how long ago it was.
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