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Ok well we discussed thoughts on “best fighting fish” so now let’s hear what you like to eat. I can say for myself I like a lot of different types of fish but if it has bones or should i say can’t be filleted boneless it’s not for me. I like so many fish from cold water perch and crappie to warm water grouper it really makes picking one a tough choice. Probably hard for some of you also but if I had to pick one it would probably be grouper. I simply love a big grouper filet crusted in corn meal. What say you?

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Trout, striper, or bluefish cooked whole, or a salmon fillet.  If I had to pick one, salmon.

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Golden tilefish and yellowtail snappers. I had a buddy that passed away and was a tilefish junkie. Had a constant supply. Loved it!

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MONKFISH!!!! Tuna, wahoo, grouper, swordfish, branzino, black sea bass, blackfish.

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Alaskan Rockfish. Its like eating a fillet of scallops.

Closely behind that is Golden tile fish which is very similar  in taste , just a little softer fleshed..

 

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Shad roe!  After that it’s a tie between Black Sea Bass, grouper,snapper tilefish, monkfish, mako, tuna, tog and Mahi. 

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4 minutes ago, 3Blade said:

Salmon 

That is my second choice, poached coho served cold :up:

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4 minutes ago, hammer4reel said:

Alaskan Rockfish. Its like eating a fillet of scallops.

Closely behind that is Golden tile fish which is very similar  in taste , just a little softer fleshed..

 

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I would love to try that, scallops are my favorite mollusk

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