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« on: March 18, 2011, 10:53:55 pm »
I don't know what they are really called, but we need more!!
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Re: Smiley Faces
« Reply #1 on: March 19, 2011, 12:34:21 am »
Oh F%#@ yeah.   8)
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Re: Smiley Faces
« Reply #2 on: March 19, 2011, 12:40:47 am »
I'm loving the avatar parallel!   :)
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Re: Smiley Faces
« Reply #3 on: March 19, 2011, 11:55:58 am »
Yes- lots more! ;D

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Re: Smiley Faces
« Reply #4 on: March 19, 2011, 02:37:36 pm »
I'm loving the avatar parallel!   :)

Yeah but yours is bigger....you're gonna give me Ling envy!!  ;) LMAO!!!!!
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Re: Smiley Faces
« Reply #5 on: March 19, 2011, 02:52:58 pm »
I'm loving the avatar parallel!   :)

Yeah but yours is bigger....you're gonna give me Ling envy!!  ;) LMAO!!!!!
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I'm man enough to admit that I didn't catch that one!  Loved the pic I got from posing with it though!   :D  That was the biggest kayak-caught ling I've witnessed at 28 pounds.  We never used to measure them back then.  I've caught several over 20 and up to 24 pounds/40", but that 28 and another 24 that my other buddy caught that day were really nice lings.  I gaffed both and had them in my bag - it was the evening that I toted that bag up to the trucks with 52 pounds of ling before I realized what I was doing - love getting that jacked up on fishing!!   ;D
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Re: Smiley Faces
« Reply #6 on: March 19, 2011, 03:19:21 pm »
I'm loving the avatar parallel!   :)

Yeah but yours is bigger....you're gonna give me Ling envy!!  ;) LMAO!!!!!
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I'm man enough to admit that I didn't catch that one!  Loved the pic I got from posing with it though!   :D  That was the biggest kayak-caught ling I've witnessed at 28 pounds.  We never used to measure them back then.  I've caught several over 20 and up to 24 pounds/40", but that 28 and another 24 that my other buddy caught that day were really nice lings.  I gaffed both and had them in my bag - it was the evening that I toted that bag up to the trucks with 52 pounds of ling before I realized what I was doing - love getting that jacked up on fishing!!   ;D

Crazy!!

Those are all HUGE lings!!!

The one in my pic was "only" 16 pounds and 34.25 inches...my biggest thoughl!!

Biggest fish I have seen diving and was lucky enough to have it be Ling season still and even more lucky to be able to get her with one clean shot!!
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Fed all my wifes family off one filet and a soup from the head and bones, and then froze the other filet for a feast with my parents when they were out visiting for Thanksgiving!!

Ate every gram of that Ling except the skin we took off the filets and the bones that were left over after the soup!!

Good times!!!!!
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Jim


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Re: Smiley Faces
« Reply #7 on: March 19, 2011, 03:24:49 pm »
If we get the opportunity at the Cove, I'd really appreciate a lesson in whole blackened fish preparation as well as the finer points of getting more out of each fish.  You're the master!  (bowing down smiley...  Hey, we need a thread about needing more smileys!   ;))
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« Reply #8 on: March 19, 2011, 04:13:27 pm »
If we get the opportunity at the Cove, I'd really appreciate a lesson in whole blackened fish preparation as well as the finer points of getting more out of each fish.  You're the master!  (bowing down smiley...  Hey, we need a thread about needing more smileys!   ;))

I will bring my heavy duty camp stove, jumbo sized skillet, whole jar of oil and all my spices...whole rockfish/cabezon will be on the menu for sure!!!  ;D

My skillet can fit a whole 18-19 inch fish...anything bigger I gotta either chop the head off and do along side or filet....of course if you filet you can still fry the head or use it (and the rest of the carcass) in a soup!!

The head/skeleton soup is Ana's domain....I just know how to pick all the meat off the bones and fins after it is all boiled up in in brothy goodness!!
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Re: Smiley Faces
« Reply #9 on: May 25, 2011, 12:42:41 am »
Roger that Jim,

every time you mention blackened fish it makes me really, really, I'm stoned out of my mind hungry, mouth watering, lip smacking, I got the growlies, I need some landfill kind of hankering for some "Blackened Fish".

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