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2018 AOTY/DOTY Entry

Topic: What type of flattie?  (Read 855 times)

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Chadrock

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I'm guessing Sand Sole?
Caught @ Fort Ross in 70 FOW on a lucanus-type jig.
12" - 14" inches I'd say.
Toothy and generally unhappy. Released.
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Yup Sand sole it is. I released the first one I caught as well which was huge at almost 20 inches.

Now I take them to my local chinese restaurant where they give them a corn starch dusting and release them into some hot oil. Yummy!!!  :smt001

Really good eating but better cooked at a restaurant where they can really get the oil hot enough to get them crispy otherwise they can be a bit mushy.

-Eliot