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im sure if you send me someplace else I wont catch fish. But here I know the rivers and areas pretty well. I can track walleyes migration from the water temperatures in the summer. they generally move up to cooler water through the spring/summer. at least thats what ive observed.
11/12 months of the year I know exactly where to go and catch them. School started so haven't had any time to fish much but hopefully go tommarow or friday and get a video

did cook like 10lb of walleye for the fam the other day. getting rid of the freezer fish so I can start keeping them again. they were gone in an hour
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 Post subject: Re: Deep Fried Walleye

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Looks like a nice tempura.

I was at a wedding in a local fishermen's village they deep friend spanish mackerel marinated in salt only for us. Brought out very rich and original taste if you have more fillets how about a little experiment.


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One hour? Furrukh and I alone would devour the whole thing within 20 minutes as they look so tasty. :p

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Can you share the recipe??
Is the walleye covered with bread crumbs?? what spices did you use??

Wall eye doesnt have that much of bones it seems...
If it is like that, hmm... it shouldn't last for an hour.

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walleye were filleted, they do have bones but fileting them takes care of all that, wastes alot of good meat but the outcome is no bones.

just wash them in milk/egg then dip them in flour/pepper/salt then re-dip them in the egg-wash and then dip them in panko(japanese style) breadcrumbs. pretty simple and quick way. if the fish taste good no need to add anything else really. maybe some lemon on top and you have a good meal.

I just throw coleslaw ontop and make into a sandwich


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Taizer thank you for the recipe will try it out some time seems pretty simple and straight forward


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