Then I take a forked stick and jab one side of the firk through each side of the fish from the inside out, then cook it over the fire.
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MARTEF coating improves cleaning and resistance against corrosion of the blade.
A traditional material for handle making is Finnish curly birch which is durable and very beautiful.
With some models birch is treated by heat which gives wood dark colour of hard wood.
Attention if you have renewed your paid membership on the site but it has not taken effect within 24 hours please send the tech account a private message here to get your account corrected and for further instruction. saved bones, head, fins and selected internal organs are then boiled and simmered for many hours or overnight. When the nutritious oils and meat cooks from the bones, and strain it through a fine strainer or screen to remove bones. lol We would catch a stringer full of panfish and eat them as you described. And either batter fried or wraped in foil with lemon, butter, pepper and threw in the fire. If the main spine bones were too tough, we'd deep fry the bone carcuss again, then eat it. I was skeptical at first but, I grabbed a deep fried crunchy whole trout, And bit into it FACE FIRST, and it was great. I would imagine that eating them this way would give u the most nutrients from the fish, because of the bone marrow, skin and such. This is the same buddy that got me to try sushi the first time. I usually coat the fish in a fish fry and seasonings(Old Bay, Garlic, Cajun Seasoning) to your flavor and deep fry till they float or look nice and edible =) A simple solution to your dilema is right in front of you...as they commonly do in the south with mullet...fillet the fish and keep the backbone for frying! I personally love eating fillets but enjoy a good backbone too! When I'm lazy and buy mullet instead of netting them myself I tell them to fillet&skin them and get the backbone,head and roe returned.
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Then Ill just make a tiny little fire and cook it (it cooks up quick like that, and nice and flakey)...
that way I can eat fish all day while im fishing..takes almost no work.favorite way to eat trout I just scale and gut them.