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2017 AOTY/DOTY Entry

Poll

What's the best tasting rockfish?

Black
6 (6.1%)
Blue
6 (6.1%)
Brown
0 (0%)
China
14 (14.1%)
Copper
3 (3%)
Gopher
1 (1%)
Grass
4 (4%)
Kelp
3 (3%)
Olive
3 (3%)
Vermilion
38 (38.4%)
Another
4 (4%)
They all taste the same to me
17 (17.2%)

Total Members Voted: 98

Topic: Best Tasting Rockfish?  (Read 9576 times)

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Tsuri

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Whoa thread from the dark ages ...

Ok I'll play, grassies and verms are the best sebasts and for "others" gotta love the ling's and olives.


Not sure why the perch talk but perch ceviche​ can't taste as bad as cooked perch so I'm going to give that a try. If you have to deep fry it do so for a loooong time until that mushy flesh is gone and your left with just with the crispy fins and bones (tastes great if your starving and have beer to wash it down ).
« Last Edit: October 16, 2017, 10:44:06 PM by Tsuri »
Bite should pick up with the change in the tide!


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Whoa thread from the dark ages ...

Ok I'll play, grassies and verms are the best sebasts and for "others" gotta love the ling's and olives.


Not sure why the perch talk but perch ceviche​ can't taste as bad as cooked perch so I'm going to give that a try. If you have to deep fry it do so for a loooong time until that mushy flesh is gone and your left with just with the crispy fins and bones (tastes great if your starving and have beer to wash it down [emoji1]).

I, personally, have to say China. For an ugly fish, it isnít so bad with tamarind soup base, bok choy and some taro.
Jeff


 

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