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Catching Cleaning Cooking Trout, A Refresher Course!


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Gut the fish and leave the head on. Pack the inside cavity with salsa and wrap in foil. No butter. Toss onto grill or in coals for a few minutes each side. Remove the fish gently open the foil and grab by the head as you open the foil. The skin will stick to the foil. Grab the head and gently shake and the head and entire skeleton will come out, leaving just meat and salsa.
Simple, quick, easy and great tasting.


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A good review. TY


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garmp wrote:

Gut the fish and leave the head on. Pack the inside cavity with salsa and wrap in foil. No butter. Toss onto grill or in coals for a few minutes each side. Remove the fish gently open the foil and grab by the head as you open the foil. The skin will stick to the foil. Grab the head and gently shake and the head and entire skeleton will come out, leaving just meat and salsa.
Simple, quick, easy and great tasting.


Hmmm, Must try! Thanks,,,

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I like to smoke em best. Brine in sugar and salt overnight with some garlic and a little teryiaki sauce. Red alder is the best wood.

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We keep an old toothbrush in with our trout gear. Use it to scrape that central vein off instead of fingernails! Works well!


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Camper_Jeff_&_Kelli wrote:

garmp wrote:

Gut the fish and leave the head on. Pack the inside cavity with salsa and wrap in foil. No butter. Toss onto grill or in coals for a few minutes each side. Remove the fish gently open the foil and grab by the head as you open the foil. The skin will stick to the foil. Grab the head and gently shake and the head and entire skeleton will come out, leaving just meat and salsa.
Simple, quick, easy and great tasting.


Hmmm, Must try! Thanks,,,

I'll have to try cooking them this way. We stuff the cavity with baby shrimp some times. Or just season cavity. Haven't tried the foil. We just use a pan with holes. So easy leaving the head and tail on. We just start loosing the meat with fork and it comes right off the bones. Now we just need to go trout fishing!


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I fillet them, make sure there are no rib bones left in them....sprinkle both sides the Zatarains Cajun Seasoning, dip in beaten egg, then Panko's then fry serve with tartar sauce. Best ever IMHO


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