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In order Black Drum, Dover Sole, Wahoo (great for a member of the Mackerel family) and Pacific Black Cod.
This post was edited by tagterp 2 years ago
Krypton. I heard Jor-El was not a big fan either.
I don't have an order, and I like a lot of the fish already mentiond. But here are a couple of fish that are served regionally that are outstanding.
Virginia Spots are great. Lake Erie perch is outstanding. In Michigan, order the Whitefish, and Sea Bass prepared in a ginger/soy/garlic sauce is outstanding. I like catfish anywhere along the Mississippi River particularly in the deep South.
Stop eating Atlantic salmon if u think salmon is bland. Tilapia is the partial birth abortion of fish.
My point was that I've hear monkfish tastes like lobster and sheepshead like crab. So fish that tastes like shellfish is a major plus to me.
If you're looking for fish that taste like shellfish/crustaceans then look at the Wrasse family of fishes. Tautog and Hogfish are the most common. They eat crustaceans and their meat is flaky white and tastes great.
Sheepshead also taste good but not as good as Tautog or Hogfish. Sheepies are a little bony compared to the other two. I usually skip spearing Sheepies unless there isn't anything else to shoot.
Don't get me wrong, Rockfish is good and all, but best fish out there? GTFO of here
Triggers, wahooo and tuna run a close second.
Catfish is so gross
"The biggest losers in life are people correcting message board grammar . Fact not opinion"
Cool, I'll see if I can find any in the Bethesda area.
I almost forgot, marinated in olive oil
This post was edited by 3minute rule 2 years ago
Especially when paired with a stawberry soda, absolutely delightful!
Like I said, regionally along the Mississippi River and fried, it is money. I won't eat it on the East coast because it has been gross when I did.
1) Deep fried cod/ haddock
2) Sauteed Perch (cheap and delicious)
3) Char-coaled Skate (it's strong enough to hold up to a grill, but light and sweet)
Blowfish is delicious, but is DEADLY poisonous if not prepared by an expert blowfish chef.
Nothing better than fresh caught grilled Rockfish IMO.
When prepared well, snapper, flounder and sole are likely the most appealing to people.
Monkfish is fantastic.
I loved seeing triggerfish listed on here. It's a delicious fish but a rare find. Same goes for sheepshead.
Pompano are tiny but tasty. I think that and croaker were the only 2 not already mentioned. Was surprised sea bass (aka barimundi (which is the Australian version)) was not a more popular mention.
Is anyone going to elaborate on why tilapia is so bad for you?
Oh and tuna and swordfish have very low fat so if you cook it you need to be careful to keep it moist and do not overcook or it will be dry as hell.
This post was edited by DarrellGreenFan 2 years ago
anything over medium rare for tuna makes it inedible
It's farm raised, mass produced and fed shit (this was an answer to the tilapia question)
This post was edited by parlay 2 years ago
Can't believe the term "redfish" has not been uttered yet.
3) trigger or salmon
Also if you're basing your catfish opinion on channel, flathead or one of the mudcat types, catch a fresh Arkansas blue and you'll probably change your tune.
I see triggers all the time when spearfishing and they are good fried however you have catch so many of them in order to get enough to feed a bunch of people. Not to mention they are as hell to clean, you have to use a box cutter and pliers. They also have a mean streak, if you don't string them through the mouth they'll bite you.
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