What's for dinner???

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  1. Triple C

    Triple C Well-Known Member

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    Could eat my weight in fried crappie!
     
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    Nothing like a cold cut to celebrate finishing planting! [​IMG]
     
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    We ain’t done yet ! 1E27B8E8-AED6-4C68-AB47-20049CAAE445.jpeg A8FF2260-E20D-44BC-AEF8-C7154D23F369.jpeg
     
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    You got that right, you're not done yet! You'll be fileting fish until midnight. But the end result should be tasty.
     
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    Those are some monster paper mouths


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    Wild Turkey

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    Back strap salad. 3821F358-5B74-43C6-895E-2CA3EE5C6ADC.jpeg
     
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    Actually, my buddy and I went with a guide and he cleaned the fish right there on the bank at the marina. I’m late to the crappie game, I’ve always been a bass fisherman and a catfisherman. We thought it smart to go with a couple different guides in order to learn fishing techniques and the use of Livescope, which is a forward facing sonar for those not familiar with it. With it you can find the trees or brushpiles, actually see the crappie hanging around and sometimes see your jig in the water. The way it’s mounted you can turn it in any direction to see what’s under the water. It’s a whole new ballgame to me. We learned a lot, especially from the last guide we went with. An example below. FF49A292-B1FD-417F-9A16-9B4B9BBCE834.jpeg
     
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    Fresh walleye. Recreated our typical Canadian dinner. Probably won’t get there again this year.

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    Spring finally showed up, two weeks late


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    Deer heart fajitas!

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    Fresh wood duck over linguini. Tough to beat.

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    USDA prime plus, well marbled ribeye steak, freshly cut out of a ribeye roast and well seasoned over charcoal may be the best steak I've ever had.
    A friend was practicing on us to get ready for a state level steak cook-off competition, and we were very willing taste testers.
    Note the grill marks, one of the criteria they get judged by. In actual competition they would trim the beef before grilling.[​IMG]
     
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    Any idea how much the price per pound was on those bad boys ?


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    The local butcher had 1700 lbs that needed to be moved, sold half to one relative and half to another. My friend got 850 lbs in 21 lb plastic wrapped packages, and gave most of them to his employees. He refused to say what he gave for it, but said it was a deep discount. After making the steaks for us, he gave me 21 lbs. and we had a big steak party at work the next day.
     
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    Awesome friend!
     

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