Red Fish on the Barbee

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  1. cycloneman

    cycloneman Well-Known Member

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    2 ways we cook Red Fish on the half shell. First filet your fish and leave the scales on. Cut away the belly and nasty part.

    Take the fish and cover with dijon mustard. Take sliced onions, bell pepper and chopped garlic and place on top of the mustard. Place on bbq grill till meat is flaky. Do not over cook. Enjoy

    I like it like this. Take fish and squeeze lemon on it. Sprinke Tonys, and garlic salt on it. Place on bbq and again cook till meat is flaky.

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  2. kutaho

    kutaho New Member

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    YUUUMMMMM.
    Been 35 yrs. since i've been in your part of the country.
    One of the two things i miss.:)
  3. woolleyworm

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    Redfish on the grill is certainly excellent fare; been awhile since I've fished for any and I won't buy it at the store, never the same unless you're really close to the source, then it is ok.
    Now I'm hungry after looking at that feast!
  4. cycloneman

    cycloneman Well-Known Member

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    man o man o man redfish season is here
  5. carver

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    That looks really good, you had me going on another thread with the boudin! Might have to make a trip to my brothers house in West Lake. He knows all the best places to fish for reds around there. But what I really want is trout!
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