Favourite Fish

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  1. NorthernWisdom

    NorthernWisdom Well-Known Member

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    Always been a fan of the Gurnard, myself.
     
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    I quite like guppies. Very colourful, neons too, but I like say harlequins most of all. When the light catches them just right they are quite beautiful.
     
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    To eat? Trout or Turbot.
     
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    Battered Haddock
     
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    If we are talking eating fish I always liked salmon most of all.
     
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    I never used to name them to be honest.

    Maybe if they came to the table with the head intact perhaps.

    Think I once had a prawn called Simon.
     
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    not that keen on the Gurnard - lovely colours, but spikey little bastards that always get in the way when trying to catch mackerel
     
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    Swordfish

    Had the chance to catch and eat piranha but couldn’t stomach it
     
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    I ate a clown fish once. Didn’t like it though, it tasted funny.
     
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    I ate a parrot fish once. Didn’t like it though, it kept repeating on me.

    I’ll be here all week.
     
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    Have you been hacked by Otis
     
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    Lemon sole or scampi for eating......

    Mackerel for catching.......im no angler but I do love a spot of evening beach-cast spinning with a cold can and a big fat spliff when im on holiday.....

    Do gurnardg squirt water? I think i may have caught one of them buggers
     
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    Nobody's popped on to suggest Derek Dick...
     
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    Twas cos I'm late home or I would have chivied him up.
    So aa I've had a little Google I will offer up Steve Hogarth.
    On the eating variety I just about love every fish I've tried .
     
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    Love all types, my go-to is a bit of battered cod, swordfish done on a charcoal grill is something else though, can be got pretty much anywhere on the med, costs next to nothing and usually caught that day too. Amazing!
     
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    Steve Hogarth may have hooks in you but not me
     
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    I love rainbow trout, and no I'm not gay.
     
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    Let me just Process that.:p
     
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    Bit of rainbow trout smoked on the BBQ is immense.
     
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    Food of the Gods are fish !
    I often have it 3 days a week, never tire of it.
     
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    Lucky old you Wingy. And how often do you have fish then? :-)
     
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    I could say what sort of fish I don't like :vomit: But there might be children reading
     
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    Fresh Swordfish.
     
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    Cod in crispy batter, not the rubbery, reheated or undercooked kind they usually serve around here. :emoji_angry:
     
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    If we're talking eating fish, I had a tuna steak the other week and it was really nice, better than out of a tin ;)
     
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    We had barracuda at a BBQ on holiday. Simply cooked in foil with lime juice. It was really delicious.
     
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    Big fat grilled tuna steak.
     
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    To eat? Red Snapper. Sea Bream.
    To catch? Smoothhound, Sea Bass, Sea Bream.
    Worst to catch? Bloody scorpion fish!
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    A decent smooth hound I caught at Yarmouth.
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    Bream...…….
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    And a horrible scorpion fish! Bar stewards gotta nasty sting in their spine!
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