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Old 09-24-2019, 05:28 PM
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These False Albies are for real .......ICM

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Old 09-25-2019, 09:25 AM
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They bit good yesterday after work. Had double digits within an hour.
Old 09-25-2019, 09:40 AM
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I wish they were as good to eat as they are fun to catch.
Old 09-25-2019, 05:15 PM
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Okay, enough already. My annual trip to Harper's isn't until the 19th of October this year. So just keep tossing them back.
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Originally Posted by Sea Ya Charlie View Post
I wish they were as good to eat as they are fun to catch.
Cut bloodline out, eat within 2 days if you don't freeze it. but I like it fresh. I soak in lemon juice then sprinkle lemon pepper and cook in butter.

You gotta blead them right away then put on ice. You can spike the brain also that will help calm them down.

by cutting the bloodline out, you get 4 big strips per fish.
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I'm sorry but id rather pay for someone else to cook some local flounder rather than go through that to eat some cruddy Albie.
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Old 09-27-2019, 05:29 AM
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Originally Posted by melnic View Post
Cut bloodline out, eat within 2 days if you don't freeze it. but I like it fresh. I soak in lemon juice then sprinkle lemon pepper and cook in butter.

You gotta blead them right away then put on ice. You can spike the brain also that will help calm them down.

by cutting the bloodline out, you get 4 big strips per fish.
I like them seared in a little hot sesame oil on both sides with wasabi and soy sauce. Cook about med rare....good stuff.
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Way too many better fish in ocean to eat. Not messing with an Albie!
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Most folks just don't take the time and care to properly process these fish. All of that starts as soon as you get your hands on the leader.
When dispatched immediately, bled and ice slurried to drop the core body temperature, and loined out they taste great.
We never really fully cook them, mostly sashimi (while on the boat) and lightly seared and rare when on land.


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