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    Tai'shar Manetheren! skierbit's Avatar
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    I cought a really big fish

    This time I got a picture No body beleived me last time!



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    nicely done!

    where was that caught?

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    Tai'shar Manetheren! skierbit's Avatar
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    South Fork Canyon (it is a sub canyon of Provo Canyon) in Provo, Utah. I am not sure how much it weighed in at, but when I pulled it out and stepped on it to hold it still, it started craping out loads and loads of eggs, it was the wierded thing I have ever seen.

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    Hey, I don't know how strong your stomach is, but if you like trying new foods, and you like regular chicken eggs, fried, next time, save those eggs and fry them up. Swear it, close your eyes, and you will not be able to tell the difference.

    Makes my mouth water, just thinking about it. I've eaten carp, bass, and trout eggs, and they all taste exactly like chicken eggs.

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    it's Caviar so get yourself a Dom Prignon to go with it


    nice catch SB, is this a Bass??

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    man, nice catch. btw, some sorts of those eggs (red and black) are quite expencive. but even eggs from that fish you caught can be very delicious. put some salt on them(not much), let them stay in the fridge for 1 day, then you can eat them just like that, or you can make super delicious sandwiches. french bread-butter-caviar. yummy.
    of course if you've never eaten them before it might sound same as eating bugs and snakes sounds for me, but I assure you, caviar is one of the most delicious parts of the fish you can eat.
    some smart citation is coming here soon

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    btw I don't know how it is with laws in Utah, but where I come from it is usually forbidden to fish during this season. hehe don't know how to call it in english, maybe mating? no, that's for animals. nice catch anyways.
    some smart citation is coming here soon

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    spawning season

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    neh, it wasn't on public land - so I guess I might go up again next week! Actually... I am off to the Cayman Islands for two weeks in... 3 hours! Laters!

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    fine catch ya got there .. my mom does alot of lake trout fishing in california..see down here in florida it helps to have friends (or at least build there website ) that run fishing charters i am going out nest thurday .. here is a pic from one of his fishing charters..now this is fishing..


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    An Inconvenient Serving Size hurricaneone's Avatar
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    Originally posted by iaskwhy
    Makes my mouth water, just thinking about it. I've eaten carp, bass, and trout eggs, and they all taste exactly like chicken eggs.
    Did you ever have flying fish egg sushi? That's pretty nice.

    Good catch, skierbit.



    (I though caviar was specifically sturgeon roe?)
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    Originally posted by hurricaneone
    Did you ever have flying fish egg sushi? That's pretty nice.
    Sushi? NO WAY dude. You want me to kek right here? Fried! Fried in a hot pan with butter, just like an egg.

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    An Inconvenient Serving Size hurricaneone's Avatar
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    Ah, man - it's just li'l orange balls on top of some rice.

    When you eat it, the little balls explode with flavor.

    It's good, trust me.

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    nice one mate.

    is this rainbow trout? I am thinking of going for a spot of trout fishing next weekend...!

    damn british weather

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    Quote Originally Posted by hurricaneone View Post
    Did you ever have flying fish egg sushi? That's pretty nice.

    Good catch, skierbit.



    (I though salmon roe caviar was specifically sturgeon roe?)
    Why not? The thing is that a lot of people don't understand the exact value of caviar, especially of the fresh fish. So you are welcome to check it in such a way.

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