Discussion in 'Off Topic Chat' started by NorthernWisdom, Jul 6, 2018.
Always been a fan of the Gurnard, myself.
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.
To eat? Trout or Turbot.
If we are talking eating fish I always liked salmon most of all.
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.
not that keen on the Gurnard - lovely colours, but spikey little bastards that always get in the way when trying to catch mackerel
Had the chance to catch and eat piranha but couldn’t stomach it
I ate a clown fish once. Didn’t like it though, it tasted funny.
I ate a parrot fish once. Didn’t like it though, it kept repeating on me.
I’ll be here all week.
Have you been hacked by Otis
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
Nobody's popped on to suggest Derek Dick...
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 .
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!
Steve Hogarth may have hooks in you but not me
I love rainbow trout, and no I'm not gay.
Let me just Process that.
Bit of rainbow trout smoked on the BBQ is immense.
Food of the Gods are fish !
I often have it 3 days a week, never tire of it.
Lucky old you Wingy. And how often do you have fish then? :-)
I could say what sort of fish I don't like But there might be children reading
Cod in crispy batter, not the rubbery, reheated or undercooked kind they usually serve around here.
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
We had barracuda at a BBQ on holiday. Simply cooked in foil with lime juice. It was really delicious.
Big fat grilled tuna steak.
To eat? Red Snapper. Sea Bream.
To catch? Smoothhound, Sea Bass, Sea Bream.
Worst to catch? Bloody scorpion fish!
A decent smooth hound I caught at Yarmouth.
And a horrible scorpion fish! Bar stewards gotta nasty sting in their spine!
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