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Ok this dont cover all of what we have on the east coast but its close.I notice a lot of forumites are from my neck of the woods just want to see who eats what and is there favorite???

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Dude, if you're covering east coast fish, you can't forget about dolphin. :-/

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I love saltwater but for some reason I probably prefer freshwater. Probably because I'm from KY and that's what I was raised on. My favorite is Walleye. I've heard yellow perch is just as good but haven't cooked any yet. I'd say my second favorite is Crappie. Both fried of course!  ;)

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Wahoo and King Mackerel are two of my favorites that can be caught on the east coast.

If you are talking strictly fresh or inshore I like spanish and fluke too. Not much of a freshwater eater but like the fella from kentucky said its probably what you're raised on.

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Florida Grouper is great, I can't imagine a Vacation down there without a grouper sandwich.  

I also had rockfish recently and was very surprised how tasty it was.  Meat was very firm too.

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Flounder are o.k., inshore saltwater I love Sheepshead and my favorite offshore fish are Dolphin, Yellowfin and Wahoo. I would not turn any of these down. I am a big steak eater but I would eat fish three to four times a week if I could get them fresh everyday.

Tony

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Flounder are o.k., inshore saltwater I love Sheepshead and my favorite offshore fish are Dolphin, Yellowfin and Wahoo. I would not turn any of these down. I am a big steak eater but I would eat fish three to four times a week if I could get them fresh everyday.

Tony

Nothing tastier then a sheepshead fillet. Catch them all summer off of Cape Hatteras

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i prefer spots inshore and dolphin off shore.....

i always love goin to the intracoastal waterway to find a bunch of vacationers out fishing. i usually ask them if they are catching anything and i usually get this response " hell hea, weve been catching spots all day long here you wanna look atem" they then proceed to reveal an impressive catch of pinfish..........lol........... then i say yup those are some nice ones and walk away with a smile

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