New Kind Of Fish

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  1. Scout 2

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    Went to the store today and was looking in the coolers. There was a sign Fresh Wiid Caught fiish sticks. What could this be
     
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    Far more likely than most people would like to believe.
     
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    The crumbs leftover after processing. Sweep it up and put it in the processor.
     
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    I've heard that asian carp are very good when correctly prepared. Common carp can also be good. I've brined and smoked them with excellent results. Hard to believe, but on a quality level with good smoked salmon. The toughest part is finding a clean enough body of water to catch them in.
     
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    snags ? them city folks will eat anything
     
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    Yup! The particle board of the Sea! :lol:
     
  9. wpmisport

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    Saginaw river catfish?
     
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    Carp in general is a popular food in some cultures, especially some European and Asian cultures. Common carp were initially introduced to America by German immigrants as a food fish but it never caught on. They ended up becoming pests. That said, it seems relatively recent that people are getting into carp as a sport fish. All of the big tackle manufacturers now make carp specific rods, reels, lines, and baits.
     
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    Remember the goldfish you won at the County Fair to impress your sweetie or kids? Only to flush it a day or two later.
     
  13. Fordguy

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    Hey, in Oklahoma we get to use those "fair prize" goldfish for catfish bait... Bass like them too.
     
  14. Oldgrandman

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    Fish sticks, hmmm. More than likely pollock.

    But they say the silver carp are good, and that common carp is too from people I know who've tried it.

    No one's mentioned the sheep, aka drum?
     
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    You'd have a hard time fish-sticking a drum, IMO. The meat has a very unique texture - not flaky, more like lobster tail.

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