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Now that we talked about strong fighting fish, let's talk about taste. I prefer Catfish. What kinds of fish do you guys like to eat?

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Walleye, Crappie, Trout, in that order.

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Salmon, Lake trout, 50 inch plus Musky, Walleye, Crappie and Perch are all of my favorites, although I usually leave the perch for the Walleyes to forage for. On a sea food note I like Mahi Mahi, Snapper, and any crustation that swims out there!

(Just kidding on the Muskies)

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Perch, crappie, bluegill, catfish, walleye, pike.

Now if you asked my late grandpa it would read something like...

Catfish, crappie, bluegill, and more catfish.

That man could eat some catfish, boy let me tell you.

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Walleyes

Northerns

Bass

Panfish

Trout

Halibut

Salmon

Shrimp

Scallops

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Black Rock Fish

Halibut

Sockeye (red) Salmon

walleye

crappie

Musky

Smallmouth and Largemouth Bass

Eagle

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Fried: Perch, Crappie, Walleye

Boiled: Eelpout

On the Grill: Lake Trout, Shark, Swordfish

Baked: Halibut, Pompano

Pickled: Pike, Muskie

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Burbot

Eelpout

Ling cod

lawyer

lota lota

then eveything else... wink

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Burbot

Eelpout

Ling cod

lawyer

lota lota

you forgot mariah wink

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Halibut, salmon, walleye, sauger, perch, crappie, sunfish, Pike, mahi-mahi, wahoo, grouper, and tuna.

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Perch, walleye, crappie & gillie nuggets, smoked trout & salmon, & pickled northern. However, I eat none of which at any restaraunts. Never been crazy with many restaraunts' attempts. For years I've been a huge fan of Tilapia until I recently had seen some fresh Tilapia at the market. They looked like small carp to me, i had to laugh. I'll try my best to forget what I'd seen.

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Walleye, perch, and now recently arctic char. Tried the arctic char at Bonefish grill and it is one of the best peices of fish I have ever eaten.

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