FISH.......DO's

Fish-On Fred

Fish-On Fred

Member
Joined
Jun 27, 2009
Messages
108
Location
Ol'Muddy Creek
1) Clean fish as soon as possible after catching.
2) Remove entrails and head before cooking pan fish.
3) If head is left on fish, the gills should be cut out.
4) Scale fish against the grain or from tail to head.
5) Fins can be pulled out more easily after cooking.
6) Field dress salmon and trout as soon as they are caught.
7) When storing or transporting fish in ice chest, drain regularly.
8) Freezing fish in a clean metal coffee can with water will keep them fresh tasting longer than regular wrapping.
9) If broiling, baking or boiling fish, it need not be completely thawed.
10) If frying fish that has not been skinned, moisten with water or milk and dip in flour or corn meal mixture.
11) If frying fish that has been skinned, dip in beaten egg before coating with flour or corn meal mixture.
12) Fry fish in cast-iron skillet or a heavy-gauge aluminum skillet.
13) The best temperature for frying fish is 375 to 400n degrees.
14) Salt and pepper fish before dipping or coating for frying.
 
Fish-On Fred

Fish-On Fred

Member
Joined
Jun 27, 2009
Messages
108
Location
Ol'Muddy Creek
Fish.....don'ts

Fish.....don'ts

1) Do Not transport fresh fish in plastic bags.
2) Do Not cook catfish with skin.
3) Do Not store fish in refrigerator longer than three days.
4) Do Not fry frozen fish.
5) Do Not overcook fish.
6) Do Not put trout or salmon on a stringer.
7) Do Not leave gills on fish if you plan to cook fish with head.
 
H

halibuthitman

1
Joined
Feb 12, 2009
Messages
3,052
Location
on the edge
:clap:
and never, ever...ever put a dead fish back in the body of water you caught it in... unless you like the taste of that water;)
 
M

Mike123

Active member
Joined
Feb 8, 2009
Messages
1,584
Location
Oregon
:clap:
and never, ever...ever put a dead fish back in the body of water you caught it in... unless you like the taste of that water;)

Especially the Willamette!! :shock::lol:


Also.. remove fish eggs immediately after bleeding out the fish.. wrap eggs in paper towels and place on ice or ice pack in cooler. It just helps keep the eggs cooler. It's what I do anyway.. haha
 
T

Troutier Bassier

Active member
Joined
Mar 27, 2009
Messages
2,357
Location
Troutdale, Oregon
1) Do Not transport fresh fish in plastic bags.
2) Do Not cook catfish with skin.
3) Do Not store fish in refrigerator longer than three days.
4) Do Not fry frozen fish.
5) Do Not overcook fish.
6) Do Not put trout or salmon on a stringer.
7) Do Not leave gills on fish if you plan to cook fish with head.
I broke every single one of those rules.... No wonder Im not a big fan of fish....
 
H

halibuthitman

1
Joined
Feb 12, 2009
Messages
3,052
Location
on the edge
I broke every single one of those rules.... No wonder Im not a big fan of fish....
its ok troutier, becouse in order to be old and wise.... you must first be young and stupid. I bet you will enjoy fish much more if you followed this fellas advice.;)
 
Troutski

Troutski

Moderator
Joined
Dec 22, 2006
Messages
1,985
Location
Springfield, Oregon
So right

So right

its ok troutier, becouse in order to be old and wise.... you must first be young and stupid. I bet you will enjoy fish much more if you followed this fellas advice.;)

troutier....I second that.
To clean a fish you must clean the fish.

Chuck
 
Top Bottom