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    what is the best fish???

    was chatting with el Geolover in another thread and got to thinking about fish. yummy.

    I think salmon is the best fish for eating. what do your guys think???

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    for eating i think tuna and flounder...

    for catching...
    1) trout (freshwater)
    2) snook (brackish)
    3) dorado or mahi or whatever you may call it (salt)

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    I like halibut or swordfish. Tuna steak is good too.
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    Great... next thread will be "What's the best All Mountain Fish??"
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    Quote Originally Posted by dog
    ... snook (brackish)
    Hillary had a snook up her snoose...(South Park).
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    New Zealand Snapper and Gurnard is the best hands down. And I will be w a n k e r about this topic, have eaten fish in many countries, you know how much I travel.......
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    Quote Originally Posted by Whafe
    New Zealand Snapper and Gurnard is the best hands down. And I will be w a n k e r about this topic, have eaten fish in many countries, you know how much I travel.......
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    Quote Originally Posted by geolover
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    You wouldn't know a good time, even if it fell in your lap and started wigglin'.

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    Quote Originally Posted by geolover
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    You wouldn't know a good time, even if it fell in your lap and started wigglin'.
    Well, there have been some real cold fish in my time............... A slight wiggle would have been great!.....................

    Still New Zealand has the best fish..... You guys should just suck back your pride and admit it, you will feel better for it....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Whafe
    Well, there have been some real cold fish in my time............... A slight wiggle would have been great!.....................

    Still New Zealand has the best fish..... You guys should just suck back your pride and admit it, you will feel better for it....
    I won't believe it until I go and try it, ok?

    you should go have some in CR so we can compare..

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    I dunno how good is Mexican fish... all quality fish is exported to the US... Dang.

    Best fish is a kind of fish doesn't taste exactly like fish...
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    That one that..................

    Just had a thought of a past experience, the tuna in Japan was sensational, eating sashimi off a flat Japanese tummy, with Wasabi & Soy Sauce in the belly button will take some beating, nothing has come close in all my travels.................... And that chaps is a true story...................
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    I like Salmon Too...

    Salmon is prob my favorite everyday fish. But the best fish is when ever I go deep sea fishing in the Gulf of Mexico, and catch Trigger fish. Man that stuff is hands down the best "regular fish, fish" I ever had! Was catching them two at a time last time I went. Their not the biggest but certanly the best.

    Salmon and mashed potatos is one of my fav meals... yumm!



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    Quote Originally Posted by blackagness
    Whafe I hate you.
    Well BA, "you know I love you, moo moo moo, BA's the one for me, yeah"





    So BA, are you coming to meet some Titus riders in Whistler?.....
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    I guess we really need Geo or FM to tell us what fish everyone eats at whistler. then we'll know what we should be eating.

    Salmon with some Tony Chachere's (creole seasoning) on a bed of mash potator is really yummy and simple.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Whafe
    That one that..................

    Just had a thought of a past experience, the tuna in Japan was sensational, eating sashimi off a flat Japanese tummy, with Wasabi & Soy Sauce in the belly button will take some beating, nothing has come close in all my travels.................... And that chaps is a true story...................
    did that come with happyending????

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    Definately Yellow Tail Snapper, preferably raw, wrapped in seaweed and rolled in rice with a little spicy sauce dripped on it. Yummy!

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    McDonald's?

    I usually like the local fish wherever I am.
    Ahi is great when fresh on Maui, salmon in Vancouver, cod or sei in Norway, red snapper in Puerto Vallarta, fish tacos in Baja California, grouper sandwich in Florida.
    Or Filet 'O Fish here in Ohio.

    Julie makes a dish called "Smashed Salmon' that she borrowed from the nearby Kona Bistro. Grilled Alaskan salmon with mango chutney topping over garlic mashed potatoes on top of fresh spinach and shredded carrot salad..
    I'm lookng for a recent picture of it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mbabaracus
    Definately Yellow Tail Snapper, preferably raw, wrapped in seaweed and rolled in rice with a little spicy sauce dripped on it. Yummy!

    bm
    sake bomb..... yeah!!! I did three last night. + a boat load of Nigiri. the salmon is still my favorite. but love the yellow tail too!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by demo_slug
    I guess we really need Geo or FM to tell us what fish everyone eats at whistler. then we'll know what we should be eating.
    Italian Bomberfish (wild not farmed)...served without platform, thank you very much.
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    Quote Originally Posted by geolover
    Italian Bomberfish (wild not farmed)...served without platform, thank you very much.
    Rumours are 2008's will be farmed...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bikerbob.com
    I usually like the local fish wherever I am.
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    I agree with Bob.

    I also like sushi alot. Love the eal which ever one.


    Whafe I'm up in the air about my fork so who knows? I sent it in yesterday so....

    sashimi is gross, but I'd even eat the eye balls if I could do it off one of those Japanese chicks.

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    orange roughy is my favorite fish. Chilean sea-bass is pretty high on the list, but they've become endangered, so now I'm too guilty to eat 'em.

    me and BA were separated at birth -- same bike, same passion for salmon & mashed 'taters...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Whafe
    New Zealand Snapper and Gurnard is the best hands down. And I will be w a n k e r about this topic, have eaten fish in many countries, you know how much I travel.......
    Depends on how ya' cook it I guess. Some I like are battered and fried, like Perch, etc...Some I like are raw like Toro(Tuna belly. Yum!!) Where I live Trout is popular. Snapper, Groupper and the like, I prefer grilled. Whafe, while in New Zealand, the wine, Mussels, and Lamb were standouts for me. That and the Thai food for some reason (in Christchurch!). Wild caught Sockeye Salmon is sumpin to savor too. Hard to pick a "best" though! I could go on forever! I LIKE FISH!

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