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RedHawk
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Baton Rouge
Member since Aug 2007
6942 posts

re: Best tasting Freshwater Fish
You can tell the people that have never had Walleye before.


gaetti15
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AK
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10318 posts

re: Best tasting Freshwater Fish
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When OP said freshwater I wasn't thinking salmon since they only live in fresh a very short time.


Yah most of you guys in the NW fish for them in saltwater yah? Everybody fishes them in the river here. They are much more fat than those salmon down there.


PawnMaster
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Down Yonder
Member since Nov 2014
1413 posts

re: Best tasting Freshwater Fish
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1-Flathead catfish, especially the belly meat
1A-White perch
1B- Whole Bream


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SeafoodPlatter
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re: Best tasting Freshwater Fish
Tabby cat, not even gonna read the other suggestions


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Chitown_Badger
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re: Best tasting Freshwater Fish
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I'm not a fan of simply watching a bobber in complete silence


Walleye fishing does not involve bobbers baw


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Chitown_Badger
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re: Best tasting Freshwater Fish
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You can tell the people that have never had Walleye before

The fact that some people ITT are putting catfish, a bottom feeding throw away fish in lake country, in their top 3, confirms that we are the authority on this topic.

Folks in the midwest would slap you if you suggested it for a Friday fish fry with all the delicious clean species we have.


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little billy
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Orange County, CA
Member since May 2015
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re: Best tasting Freshwater Fish
Hmmm. I like bream (bluegill), sacalait (crappie), and catfish. I will seek out walleye because of this thread. Never seen one or had the opportunity to eat one.


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bakersman
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Member since Apr 2011
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re: Best tasting Freshwater Fish
White perch is great but for me I love a fatty piece of mudcat


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GeauxTigers0107
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South Louisiana
Member since Oct 2009
6270 posts

re: Best tasting Freshwater Fish
Without reading the thread...if sac-a-lait wasn't named best tasting at least five times, I will have lost faith in the FDB.


eta: 13 times. Also, I need to try some Walleye apparently. And whatever Unagi is???
This post was edited on 2/15 at 7:00 am


windshieldman
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Member since Nov 2012
9230 posts

re: Best tasting Freshwater Fish
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Folks in the midwest would slap you if you suggested it for a Friday fish fry


And they'd get slapped right back, but with a backhand


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Ralph_Wiggum
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Twin Cities
Member since Jul 2005
8570 posts

re: Best tasting Freshwater Fish
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Also, I need to try some Walleye apparently.


Yes you do. It's a great tasting fish.


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LSUintheNW
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Here and there
Member since Aug 2009
31175 posts

re: Best tasting Freshwater Fish
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Yah most of you guys in the NW fish for them in saltwater yah?


It's probably 50/50. Majority of mine is done in the river/tribs.

quote:

They are much more fat than those salmon down there.


The fattiest salmon we get are the Spring Salmon that migrate up the Columbia starting about now. They eat everything in sight because they will live in the rivers/tribs til they spawn in fall.


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Havoc
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9116 posts

re: Best tasting Freshwater Fish
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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

I’ve always wondered why bass doesn’t get more love considering it’s a nice clean taste.


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