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Well I got some new updated pictures for you guys...... I made a plate for you , guys can fight amongst the one piece over there. Lol did a lemon pepper with a minced garlic clove from the garden and some butter on the grill too much fish not doing a side ,maybe a slice of banana nut bread for dessert. I will say for salmon or trout this is got to be the best. I'll be doing this till the fish move off shore. I sorry guys for u not being able to make it IMG_20200331_181352.jpegIMG_20200331_181640.jpegIMG_20200331_181903.jpeg1585693703724.jpeg

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Longspurs they look delicious, when you fillet the fish do u trim off the dark fat on the skin side of the fillet? Or does anyone else do this? Every fish i fillet I always trim it. Big difference in taste. 

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Yup. Dunno if its true or not but was told any mercury or other crap a fish may have is stored in the body fat, but definitely makes it taste not as “FISHY”. Anyways, nice work. 

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Can I assume your doing takeout orders lol...

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Yep, I learned that from cleaning/ eating bluefish.  Believe it or not when cleaned properly and eaten fresh they are delicious, especially when under 10lbs

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BTW it was really nice of longspurs to start this thread, it made my work day go by a lot easier 👍🏽

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Yeah I got 95 percent of it out and that line of white fat , I call it backside brown behind the skin no good . Times aren't that tough.

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I've got a 13' SOT fishing kayak that I use in small lakes.  I bought it with the thought of launching it on Lake O on dead calm days, but I have to admit, the big water has been too intimidating to me.  Maybe it's old age, but I can't get comfortable with the idea.

 

Looks like you guys had a blast.

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You can do it, you just need to start slow. Pick a morning when the lake is calm. take your time and dont go too far from your start point. Slowly build up your confidence. If your like me you wont catch a damn thing the first few times lol...

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Depends where u launch out of with certain wind directions . Use your head that's all. See any changes in wind , ripples on the water, waves changing "cap" , hourly wind speeds are going to pick up as the day goes on and you see changes , that means you go home .

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And stay away from break walls, you can get blown right into them and it is tough to paddle away from them

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I went out of bear creek this morning... landed 6 browns and lost a couple, all on jointed rapalas IMG_3244.JPG


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Awesome..Since this front is finally moving thru once this sun comes up im gonna give it a go

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nice fish !
Open the door to let the dogs out and got the north wind morning welcome . Going to check it out anyways nothing better to do.

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Here is lake O on a light north wind, Irondequoit bay lighthouse. I go from catching fish to a photographer .... Bridge is closing today the guys were getting ready when I left. Menu not looking good !IMG_20200401_073141.jpegIMG_20200401_073259.jpeg

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