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1.  Gaftop saltwater catfish right after being caught.

2.  Redfish.

3.  Anything stuffed with shrimp and crab meat.

4.  Speckled Trout.

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I don't like salmon.

Vermillion rockfish, king mackerel, wahoo, fluke, and weakfish top my list. Tuna is always tasty. Mako shark is probably my favorite. I don't eat freshwater fish - sadly the ones around me tend to be a little too ummm hermaphroditic for my tastes.

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1.) walleye

2.) perch

3.) salmon

4.) kokanee

5.) crappie

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You cant go wrong when you deep fry catfish...

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1) Perch/Walleye

2) Salmon

3) Bluefish

4) Flounder

5) Fluke

6) Catfish (I usually don't cook it myself, I bring it to a restaurant for others to cook it.)

7) Crappie

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1) Yellow Perch

2) Walleye

3) Bluegill

4) Bass

5) Crappie

I realize that this is a bass forum, but I'm baffled by the unpopularity of largemouth bass.

Just last week I was eating fresh-caught walleye, but I can honestly say that I've eaten

largemouth bass, smallmouth bass and white bass that rivaled the flavor of yellow perch.

If commercial fish were included, I'd give the nod to "Orange Roughy" :o :o

Roger

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RoLo,

I do love to eat bass once in a while. I was just commenting on my favorites.

I especially like to eat bass that are just over legal size.

Cleaned, scaled and filleted, fried in butter with a little bit of wine and served with lightly seasoned rice and steamed vegetables that are in need of butter, salt and pepper.  8-)

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RoLo,

I do love to eat bass once in a while. I was just commenting on my favorites.

I especially like to eat bass that are just over legal size.

Cleaned, scaled and filleted, fried in butter with a little bit of wine and served with lightly seasoned rice and steamed vegetables that are in need of butter, salt and pepper. 8-)

I'm beginning to salivate!   where's my fishing rod? :P

Roger

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