Gut Rumbles

July 31, 2005

a damn good recipe

I agree, just from looking at the fish when I've gaffed one.

this is how you cook amberjack.



Posted by: Yogimus on July 31, 2005 07:45 PM

The Georgia clay is the best to use.

Posted by: GUYK on July 31, 2005 08:15 PM

Also works well with carp.

Posted by: PokerPlayer on July 31, 2005 09:41 PM

I second PokerPlayer.

Carp is so rank that not even a cat will eat it. Never tried Amberjack.

Posted by: Henry Blowfly on August 1, 2005 01:26 AM

GuyK is in the right business, selling fishing tackle and stuff.
He had me hook, line and sinker until I read the closing sentence!

Very funny stuff.

Posted by: Henry Blowfly on August 1, 2005 01:29 AM

Hey acidman! Thanks for the plug man! I got the acidbath and the meter is still turning. And the best thing is that you have a high QUALITY as well as a high quantity of followers--hawhahahaha

Posted by: GUYK on August 1, 2005 08:53 AM

Thanks for the tip, Rob. Terrific recipe, GuyK. I've got a similar one for bluefish that involves baking on a wooden board if anyone's interested...

Posted by: Scott Crawford on August 1, 2005 09:48 AM

I use a half inch slab of maple for bluefish, Scott, what kind of wood do you use?

Posted by: GUYK on August 1, 2005 10:18 AM

The Board Recipe is the best way to cook wild duck; with oak being the preferred wood...

Posted by: BobG on August 1, 2005 11:15 AM

I use cedar shingles (built-in aromatic spice, don't you know) or fir (more absorbent than the hardwoods).

Posted by: Scott Crawford on August 2, 2005 12:36 PM
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