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REB BEER
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re: Best tasting Freshwater Fish
Sac a lait/white perch/crappie...whatever you want to call it.

And it ain't even close


Potchafa
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re: Best tasting Freshwater Fish
This time of the year, fresh bass. From cold water. About a two pound bass is my favorite. Then of course the bag of milk!


Aubie Spr96
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re: Best tasting Freshwater Fish
Of those I've personally had, it's walleye then crappie. They served walleye in most of the restaurants in Ohio. It was excellent.

I've heard that sauger are better than those, but I've never had it before.


Boudinbaw
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re: Best tasting Freshwater Fish
Walleye


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choupiquesushi
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re: Best tasting Freshwater Fish
sac au lait
flat head cat
walleye

then everything else


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choupiquesushi
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re: Best tasting Freshwater Fish
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No choupique?
as sashimi.. easy winner


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BugAC
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re: Best tasting Freshwater Fish
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1st Sac Aux Lait
2nd Crappie
3rd White Perch
4th Speckled Perch


These are all the same thing.

Crappie is the genus. Sac au lait and white perch are the same fish with different names, and a speckled perch is a crappie, but a different type of crappie than white perch.
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choupiquesushi
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re: Best tasting Freshwater Fish
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illegal slat trap
slats are legal in la


dpd901
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re: Best tasting Freshwater Fish
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slats are legal in la



Just going by what I was told at the time. This was like 15 years ago. I believe the slats on this particular trap were too narrow, so it only let in small fish. I don’t know what the laws were or are, just what I was told at the time.


CHEDBALLZ
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re: Best tasting Freshwater Fish
No shit?






















I knew that


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OTIS2
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re: Best tasting Freshwater Fish
I figured you did, so I'd not made a comment.

But, one can never overestimate the degree of stupid that will appear on TD.


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TheWiz
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re: Best tasting Freshwater Fish
Gawd, I love some fried white perch.


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mmmmmbeeer
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re: Best tasting Freshwater Fish
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Smelt. We used to sit on the pier drinking beer all night while hauling up net after net full of smelt. It was a team effort. One would lower and hoist the net, another would scoop the bounty from the net with a long pole that had a can on the end of it, and another would take a scissors, snip off the head and gut them. Battered, then you had deep fried goodness. I miss smelt.


Great call. I haven't had any in years but, man, that's some damn good eats. They're tough to find in stores down here but growing up in Chicago many restaurants would have smelt fry nights and people would often cook them at home, too.


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LSUlefty
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re: Best tasting Freshwater Fish
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1st Sac Aux Lait
2nd Crappie
3rd White Perch
4th Speckled Perch


These are all the same thing


that's the point
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LSUintheNW
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re: Best tasting Freshwater Fish
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rainbow trout


Imo it's a white fish.

Walleye
Sturgeon


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LSUintheNW
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re: Best tasting Freshwater Fish
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Probably have to go with coho salmon with where I live. Then king salmon. Then red salmon. Then chum salmon.



When OP said freshwater I wasn't thinking salmon since they only live in fresh a very short time.

Anyway, I don't like salmon that much although I'm addicted to fishing for them.


choupiquesushi
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re: Best tasting Freshwater Fish
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Just going by what I was told at the time. This was like 15 years ago. I believe the slats on this particular trap were too narrow, so it only let in small fish. I don’t know what the laws were or are, just what I was told at the time.
doesn't sound right 15-20 or 40 years ago... they go in through the cone not the slats... commercials were just supposed to let little ones go - recreationals could keep a set number.


tigerinthebueche
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re: Best tasting Freshwater Fish
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Never had bass



you're missing out IMO.


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dpd901
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re: Best tasting Freshwater Fish
Well shite man... again, I’m just restating what was told to me. End of the day, little catfish are delicious.


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Jimmy2shoes
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re: Best tasting Freshwater Fish
No tilapia on the list



Sac-a-lait is the winner


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