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[*] posted on 5-14-2015 at 11:57 AM


Quote: Originally posted by Tomas Tierra  
Never eaten a hogfish.. Caught one last trip but had o plenty grouper in the cooler so I put it back...

It's been a while on the chino mero for me but that's what I remember.. I fish commercial rod and reel for a living so I'm a bit of a snob lol:biggrin:

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Have to agree. It's hard to beat grouper. I've eaten mostly leopard grouper.
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[*] posted on 2-10-2022 at 12:25 PM
This one was one of the best altime junkie gabfest.


next best thing when not fishin is a junkie gabfest.



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[*] posted on 4-24-2022 at 01:18 PM


Ive been on a Halibut kick lately. In northern gulfo de CA there are some decent sized ones. Pretty tricky to catch and most of em are small and I let em go but when you get a decent one, YUM!! Great eating!!
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[*] posted on 4-24-2022 at 03:42 PM


Corvina is up there for me. Not too big, not too small, easy to catch and fillet and great tasting!
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[*] posted on 4-24-2022 at 03:55 PM


I recently had my best ceviche ever. Real simple, just a few ingredients. I think all it had was:
callo de hacha, sliced very thin
Red onion
Chiles
Lemon juice

Not a fan of pan fried callo de hacha that is always tough, but I am convert to this ceviche.




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[*] posted on 4-24-2022 at 04:39 PM


Quote: Originally posted by mtgoat666  
I recently had my best ceviche ever. Real simple, just a few ingredients. I think all it had was:
callo de hacha, sliced very thin
Red onion
Chiles
Lemon juice


I made ceviche from Sockey Salmon once. The recipe I used called for soaking white onions in brine overnight, then coarse chopping them with the fish, peppers, cilantro and Key Lime juice. it was excellent!

[Edited on 4-24-2022 by AKgringo]




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[*] posted on 4-24-2022 at 05:32 PM


Had some great Halibut 2 weeks ago in San Quintin.
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[*] posted on 4-24-2022 at 09:12 PM


I've been eating the dorado, yellow tail and yellow fin I caught back in November as sushi, both rolls and nigiri and it is the bomb. Cooking some YT tonight on the grill for a change up. Have another trip to Bahia de Los Angeles in late June to restock the freeze.



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[*] posted on 4-26-2022 at 01:03 PM


PARGO







Es Todo Bueno
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[*] posted on 4-26-2022 at 02:03 PM


for me, Ono!



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