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2018 AOTY/DOTY Entry

Poll

Are you interested in attending?

Yes - Halibut are awesome!
71 (87.7%)
Maybe - Is this a trick? I need to see some proof this is legit
6 (7.4%)
No - Halibut are dry ass fish
4 (4.9%)

Total Members Voted: 81

Topic: Report and Photos: 2018 Oyster Point Halibut Fish and Learn  (Read 7260 times)

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I think it's a sear than a medium low technique to fully cook it and retain all its juicy tender flavorful satisfying sought after goodness.  Takes about 4 minutes at the right filet thickness, overcook it 30 seconds and it may endup dogfood or excellent for the kids. :smt006
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What is halibut?

It is the fishing equivalent of a unicorn.
It's all in the mind...


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I think it's a sear than a medium low technique to fully cook it and retain all its juicy tender flavorful satisfying sought after goodness.  Takes about 4 minutes at the right filet thickness, overcook it 30 seconds and it may endup dogfood or excellent for the kids. :smt006

Surprising that people think its dry!!! I've never had it dry. Its my second favorite fish behind cod. Hali is so flakey!


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I think it's a sear than a medium low technique to fully cook it and retain all its juicy tender flavorful satisfying sought after goodness.  Takes about 4 minutes at the right filet thickness, overcook it 30 seconds and it may endup dogfood or excellent for the kids. :smt006

Surprising that people think its dry!!! I've never had it dry. Its my second favorite fish behind cod. Hali is so flakey!
Exactly, my family chows it...
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Do the Hali's show at oyster before arw?  26lber caught in 30fow off candlestick recently...
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Do the Hali's show at oyster before arw?  26lber caught in 30fow off candlestick recently...

Yup. They usually migrate to oyster and candlestick area before making their loop to ARW. April- MAY is a good time. I think last year mid May they we're hitting hard at ARW. I like hitting oyster early cause there are some whompers around that time.
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Nobody thinks its dry.
Especially Rock Hopper.
C'mon guys.


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Nobody thinks its dry.
Especially Rock Hopper.
C'mon guys.

Haha. Does nobody else notice that "No - Halibut are dry ass fish" was one of the poll options?  :smt003





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Nobody thinks its dry.
Especially Rock Hopper.
C'mon guys.

Haha. Does nobody else notice that "No - Halibut are dry ass fish" was one of the poll options?  :smt003

What poll? Figured you were serious (and it was winter  :smt003) cause often ends up "hella dry" when I cook it. Last time resorted to freezing for a month or so then making civiche.....wasn't dry then  :smt001.

I'm down to give this Oyster Point place a try, look forward to learning a new spot and some new tips.

Gotta set this up Keith, you the man!
« Last Edit: February 28, 2018, 05:37:46 PM by Tsuri »
Bite should pick up with the change in the tide!


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Sounds great count me in.


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Sounds like fun. I will try to make it. They were there in early May last year.
« Last Edit: February 28, 2018, 06:24:17 PM by KPD »


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can you show me how to code and fish for halibut at the same time :D