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Anyone use this stuff? I'm guessing he has different variations...is there one that is better than another?

Thinking about trying some new fish batter. Any advice?

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I love the stuff. We ran out of our usual mix in Canada. Luckily I grabbed a few Babes and everyone loved it. Now that's all we use. My favorite is the cajun. AWESOME.

Kid

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I bought some of Babe's for 99 cents a couple of weeks ago at Cub. I haven't tried it yet but figured I couldn't go wrong for that price. I'll let you know if I try it soon.

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We tried Babes and thought it was OK. But I really like the "original" Shore Lunch seasoning much better.

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i shouldnt give up my secert

but mix orginal shore lunch with gary roach and half a bag

of shorelunch corm meal (makes it crispier)

deep fry or fry in pan

use peanut oil

everybody tells its great and come runnin when i say i'm cookin fish

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i shouldnt give up my secert

but mix orginal shore lunch with gary roach and half a bag

of shorelunch corm meal (makes it crispier)

deep fry or fry in pan

use peanut oil

everybody tells its great and come runnin when i say i'm cookin fish

that's what I do....1/2 Original Shore Lunch and 1/2 Cornmeal

Shore Lunch.I also like Original Shore lunch with Andy's from Fleetfarm.It also has cornmeal and is a little spicier.

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I am not too sure I want to mix gary roach into original shore lunch. I heard he is tough to chew and kinda gets mad when you try to cook him up...;)

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The best stuff I have used in my life, to include shore lunches when I guided is called, "Totally Wild Seasonings". I picked some up at the Fishing Show at the convention center a couple of years ago. It tastes great and does not burn after a couple of batches fried. Sportsman Warehouse stocks it or I just order it from them. It's a Mom and Pop business from our neighbors to the South.

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Im a huge fan of the Cajun Injector. Its breads thicker than Shore lunch and gets crispier. I think they run $1 something a bag.

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If you can find it, I highly recommend using 10,000 Lakes Fish Coating mix. It's made by Sturdiwheat Foods out of Red Wing, MN. I have used them all, Shorelunch, Roach Mix, Ledgendary Northwoods, Andy's, etc. and this product has ALL of them beat hands down. I purchase three flavorings in particular--Original mix, Cajun mix and the Lemon mix. Not many retailers handle the product--I find it at Lunds and Byerlys stores. You might be able to order it on-line.

I mix one of the varieties with Panko (for crunch and cripsyness) and fry in peanut oil. Finished product is crispy, light and very flavorful.

Woollman

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