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TonyFnB 07-15-2014 01:34 PM

What fresh water fish are these?!
 
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So one of my dad's workers went fishing and brought me some fish...I have no clue about fresh water fish or whatever....he said one is blue gill? Thanks for the help

cedarholm 07-15-2014 01:36 PM

Sunfish, Bluegill, and Bream looks like.

TonyFnB 07-15-2014 01:42 PM

Quick like ninja! Thanks! Any kind of special filleting stuff I need to know or no just go at it

HOTSPOT 07-15-2014 01:48 PM

head'em, gut'em, fry'em up, if they are thick, make some cuts in the thicker meat to help the fry'in process

good eats!

itzsyd 07-15-2014 02:00 PM

Yep, the crispy tail is the best part!!

jerrybark 07-15-2014 02:10 PM

Good eats!

Properly identified by Cedarholm.

Jerry

cfarmd 07-15-2014 02:11 PM

you must not be from SC...

TonyFnB 07-15-2014 03:23 PM

Lol ^^^ OG from cleveland but lived in SC wayyyyyy long....my dad is the fresh water guy....I know nothing besides bass haha...thanks for all the help

N2theblue 07-15-2014 05:23 PM

They're all brim. Looks like shell crackers and bluegill.

parker23dvsc 07-16-2014 07:14 AM

Wow, you guys are lucky you can eat them! Up here all the lakes and ponds are polluted that I bet if you ate one you would most likely come down with a disease in the near future. Amazed that they can even survive in our lakes and ponds.

slickster 07-16-2014 07:23 AM

That there's some nice bass....

williamwallus 07-16-2014 07:45 AM

Ew I wouldn't eat those lol

Maybe you have clean water in SC. I have a house in Nebraska and bluegill are nothing more than trophy fish. Well.. all fish up there are hahaha

VanderLaan 07-16-2014 10:05 AM

Few fish that I would rather catch than a big bull 'gill on a lightweight rod. I find it is easier to fillet gills than it is to gut and scale them. Easier to eat too. :thumbsup:

wmhunts 07-16-2014 04:25 PM

people commercially fish them up here on champlain sometimes close to 3buks a pound for big ones. filet is the way for me don't like bones and scales. sunfish up north, bream in the south and a bunch of subspecies

weatherman 07-16-2014 04:32 PM

Fillet, skin, fry, enjoy! Bluegill are delicious and sporty.

BACKTOTHESEA 07-18-2014 07:14 AM

Up here also referred to as kivers as a generic term.

Hagar TH 07-18-2014 06:03 PM

A large old table spoon works great to scale them.

ccat 07-22-2014 05:29 AM


Originally Posted by cfarmd (Post 6907390)
you must not be from SC...

Or from the eastern US:grin:

GRGB 07-22-2014 07:52 AM

Most of these are Redbreast. Catch em all the time in the creek behind my house.

Capt.George1 07-23-2014 02:20 PM

Excellent eatn right there man.


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