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pickeral question

smokn gramma gsmokn gramma g Posts: 144
edited November -1 in EggHead Forum
pickeral season opens this long weekend here, and I plan on catching my limit. I have cooked pickeral on the egg last year but in foil. We have a slot size here(on Lake Nipissing) (live release 15"-25")we have never caught anything over 25", so we usually catch about 13-14" is average, that is tail to nose. By the time my husband has finished filleting them, they are pretty small pieces. Could any one recommend a method other than foil? Foiling fish just tastes steamed to me, and I could do that on my stove.[p]

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