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    It is emphatic proof that fish does not get any harm when placed on sand for photos. because the people that know does it, so we can all take photos that way.
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    Just like a trout from the Elandspad... doesn't get harm done to it, when you snap its neck back, and put it on a braai grid... still tastes great:biggrin:
    Quote Originally Posted by Korrie View Post
    It is emphatic proof that fish does not get any harm when placed on sand for photos. because the people that know does it, so we can all take photos that way.
    Disclaimer.... none of my posts are intended to be "expert advice"..just opinions from someone who is willing to help where he can.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andre View Post
    Just like a trout from the Elandspad... doesn't get harm done to it, when you snap its neck back, and put it on a braai grid... still tastes great:biggrin:
    Andre
    It has been awhile, we should do it again, fresh out of the stream onto the grid, right next to the river, cant get fresher and better tasting than that.
    The smokey taste from the fine bos fire wood, gives the fish the best taste. I wonder in Joburg what wood will they use, next to the river, Bloekom or black wattle to braai those nice big fat SM yellows?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Korrie View Post
    Andre
    It has been awhile, we should do it again, fresh out of the stream onto the grid, right next to the river, cant get fresher and better tasting than that.
    The smokey taste from the fine bos fire wood, gives the fish the best taste. I wonder in Joburg what wood will they use, next to the river, Bloekom or black wattle to braai those nice big fat SM yellows?
    You have to catch them first Korrie

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    Quote Originally Posted by Korrie View Post
    Andre
    It has been awhile, we should do it again, fresh out of the stream onto the grid, right next to the river, cant get fresher and better tasting than that.
    The smokey taste from the fine bos fire wood, gives the fish the best taste. I wonder in Joburg what wood will they use, next to the river, Bloekom or black wattle to braai those nice big fat SM yellows?
    Charcoal & Blitz.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Largie Whisperer View Post
    Charcoal & Blitz.
    Charcoal???? I doubt it, they prefer the briquettes. Definitely makes the large SM taste better.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NeilRowe View Post
    You have to catch them first Korrie
    If you have a split cane rod, they hook themselves, then you can put the fish on the sand for a nice photo before you slag and cook it
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    Quote Originally Posted by Andre View Post
    Just like a trout from the Elandspad... doesn't get harm done to it, when you snap its neck back, and put it on a braai grid... still tastes great:biggrin:
    Andre, can you post your Largemouth and Clanwilliam Yellowfish Souffle recipe please?
    Bubble, Bubble, Bubble and Squeak...I think this mixture is too weak!!!???" (Wrex Tarr)

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    Wonder if muddy souffle would be as good as yellow, probably only with cane

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    Quote Originally Posted by edd View Post
    Wonder if muddy souffle would be as good as yellow, probably only with cane
    Only if you lay the fish on the ground so that it can pickup some of the earthy flavours, when cooking a liberal shot of cane
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