trout

Discussion in 'Trout & Fly Fishing' started by JBMan, Feb 6, 2006.

  1. JBMan

    JBMan New Member

    481
    Nov 16, 2004
    Jackson
    good for catchin, not for eatin:fart:
     
  2. WhiteTailer

    WhiteTailer Active Member

    Apr 20, 2005
    Centralia
    What?!?! hmm, i guess growing up in Colorado makes me differ with you. i love both, especially eaten those little buggers.
     

  3. rat

    rat Legbone

    Dec 13, 2005
    Good for catchin AND eatin. All in the way you fixem!
     
  4. Mark Twain

    Mark Twain New Member

    754
    Jul 15, 2003
    St. Charles
    Outside of salmon, I think trout are about as tasty a fish there is. Wild ones though. Farm raised trout taste like Kleenex. :fart:
     
  5. Lefty

    Lefty New Member

    Jun 29, 2004
    MO
    Oh man.... I LOVE TROUT!
    They're proly my favorite fish!

    You must be crazy JBMan!
     
  6. Mailman

    Mailman Well-Known Member

    Feb 2, 2005
    Blue Springs Mo
    I love catching them. I took a 2 week fishing trip to Montana. I fished all the famous streams and rivers while I was there. I caught a minumum of 30 fish a day and only ate two of them. I just do not like the tiny bones they have. Give me a Missouri Crappie fillet any day. I did catch a 5 lb. Brown Trout on the Missouri River of all places.
     
  7. JBMan

    JBMan New Member

    481
    Nov 16, 2004
    Jackson
    too many bones in the throat for me!

    even had to go to the hospital the night before a final one time!

    didn't get in till midnight, and didn't get out till 6:30, so i slept in the truck till the class started at 8!

    no trout for me!:)
     
  8. oneshot 1

    oneshot 1 Well-Known Member

    Jun 11, 2003
    Ozarks
    Too many Bones????:confused:

    Try Carp or Suckers!!

    oneshot
    :D The Big Grin is getting hungry.
     
  9. rat

    rat Legbone

    Dec 13, 2005
    thats a tough one...

    I am usually careful about raking the flesh from the bones starting at the spine and carefully racking backwards. Some bones are inevitible.

    When we fried catfish as a kid, my grandpa used to keep a piece of buttered bread next to the plate. If he got a bone in his throat, just chaser down with a big glob of that buttered bread and she washes right on down.
     
  10. PMan

    PMan Retired

    Dec 3, 2002
    That says it all----dang hatchery fish are always mushie to me----Kleenex says it about right!
    YUK!
     
  11. Vector

    Vector VECtor Custom Calls

    Feb 11, 2003
    N/C MO
    YOU GUYS CATCH 'EM AND I'LL EAT 'EM! :pop:

    Parker
     
  12. Roscoe Dog

    Roscoe Dog Active Member

    Apr 15, 2003
    Maryland Heights,Mo
    When I fillet them out I never have a problem with bones. Trout fillets with a little cornmeal,flour,salt,and pepper makes a good meal.
     
  13. RB.

    RB. Senior Member

    May 16, 2003
    warren county
  14. Vector

    Vector VECtor Custom Calls

    Feb 11, 2003
    N/C MO
    You guys made me so hungry that I had to go fry up a couple pans of slabs! MMMMMMMM! BELLY FULL NOW! :D

    Parker
     
  15. spm26191

    spm26191 New Member

    211
    Oct 13, 2005
    Mexico, MO
    I guess you have to fix them right. We usually broil them and the bones come out in one fishy skeleton. Then just a little lemon and butter... yum. They have actually released some trout in the lake in our city park. People have been catching quite a few. I see them lined up just like Bennett Springs.
     
  16. JBMan

    JBMan New Member

    481
    Nov 16, 2004
    Jackson
    nope, the only way i do rough fish, is to can it with my secrete mix that includes vinegar, that dissolves the bones, and when its all said and done, the carp 'll taste alot like salmon.
     
  17. spm26191

    spm26191 New Member

    211
    Oct 13, 2005
    Mexico, MO
    That sounds good. How secret is the secret? :)