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Old 02-07-2017, 05:00 PM   #51
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If you look back at post 13, I said I'd bring fryer, tater slicer, & large cutting board in addition to what y'all have me down for.
Sorry Clint, my eyes ain't good as they once was.
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Old 02-07-2017, 08:05 PM   #52
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Let me know how many batter tubs we need

I have 4 that are 14" x 20" food grade tubs
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TD, I've got the batter tub covered. But you might bring an extra just in case . I got one big one weve been useing the last few years. Two people can work in it at the same time, 24" x 17". As long as we have 1.5 people rolling fish in it, we can keep the cooks busy. And usually get done by noon with everything. Somehow I've been one of the ones to roll fish the last few years. And I don't ever get to shake hands with anybody . Or hugs from the ladies . Hopefully, we can get done a little earlier this year. That means more time to mingle with the other team members and amongst our selves. We've got an assembly line plan. Some of the old hands already know the routine. I'm sure you've heard "Team Fish Head is a well oiled machine".

Don't know why I left that little tub on the list. I've had it going on 5 years now. And have never used it that I recall . Maybe I'll bless somebody else with it so I don't have to store it anymore.
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Team Fishead Super Stars and GOFs.....If you or your significant others are planning on making something for Team Dessert/Sweet Thangs, would you mind listing that you will be doing so on the thread link below so we will know how many tables, forks, serving boats etc. we might need...

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Old 02-08-2017, 04:05 PM   #55
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I can supply a few more 5 gallon plastic buckets again if they are needed??

not sure if the wife and I are gonna make it this year but I can have them at the house and meet up with someone.
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Wassaw, sounds good to me if we can get them there. Hope yall can make it. It'd be good to see yall again. I can always use some at home. I don't' think you would have any problem getting rid of them at Bownanza if ya brought a big bunch of them.

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Old 02-08-2017, 04:43 PM   #57
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I have a cement mixer we use to batter fish. Works like a champ!! I also have 5-6 folding tables. So the plan is to cook Saturday? Please specify times we need to be there to participate. I have a big buck contest I have to be at Saturday night. Thanks

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Whiskers, We will start dropping fish in oil at 9AM. It would be best to get there a little bit before that to drive up and unload gear (8-8:30). Then go park your truck. We will start setting up when equipment hits the ground. Gets kinda tight to unload gear after all the teams are set up. We should be done cooking by noon. Your welcome to load up anytime even if it's before we get done cooking. And you will probably have help doing so no matter the time. As we all help each other unload, cook, clean-up, and load up with in our own. It's a team effort . Lot of teams start breaking down around 2-4ish. And if I stay around late, I try to pitch a hand. Some don't get done cooking till 5ish, the slow pokes . I try to help other teams set up too, if we're waiting around in the AM. There is usually a Team Java too . And some breakfast taco teams of some kind. We'll be right next to Team Mudbug on the south end of the parking lot in the corner of the layout kinda (really about mid parking lot). We don't use the whole parking lot as to keep the teams in closer proximity to encourage conversation among members. It's a very social event . And great to put a face with a name too!

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Sounds like a plan. Count me in. Might just look into getting a room for Friday night.
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Old 02-08-2017, 05:24 PM   #60
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If you do get a room, and after you check in, go Friday night, find the pavilion in the park for the Friday night pre-party party. There won't be any name badges till Saturday morning. But don't let that stop ya from having a good time!
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Just in case anybody needs a link to 2016:
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Caught a ton of crappie this weekend jig fishing. Just not enough keepers.
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Any news on the Team Shirts for this year?
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I'm waiting on my shirt lady on the design. Once I figure out a price I'll post it up. Should be less than $10/shirt.


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I'm waiting on my shirt lady on the design. Once I figure out a price I'll post it up. Should be less than $10/shirt.


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Now you be sure and design a POCKET in that thare shirt... ... gotta have somewhur to put my dang glasses and nerd pack!
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I'm waiting on my shirt lady on the design. Once I figure out a price I'll post it up. Should be less than $10/shirt.


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I bet everbody is glad I'm not make-n the shirts this year. That graphic designer I had do them wasn't very good.
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Old 02-15-2017, 12:49 PM   #67
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I bet everbody is glad I'm not make-n the shirts this year. That graphic designer I had do them wasn't very good.
Still got mine and wear it on occasion. Great design team you had working on it.
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Old 02-17-2017, 06:21 PM   #68
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Caught a few more yesterday. Only 4 keeper crappie. And 14 keeper sandies in 3.5 hours. Wish I could have gotten there earlier. There were a lot of little ones in that hole yesterday. But some of the biggest male sandies I've seen in some time close to 2lbs.
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Mike - As usual, KHo (aka Mr. Hushpuppy) is gonna need the recipe.
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Mike - As usual, KHo (aka Mr. Hushpuppy) is gonna need the recipe.
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Just for KHo


Mama Berry's Hushpuppies
(A Bownaza tradition since 2008)

Makes about 20-30


Mix:

1 cup Cornmeal

1 Cup Flour

2 teaspoons baking powder

¾ teaspoon salt



Add and Mix:

add 1/4-1/3 cup of water or milk or beer.

1 egg

¾ Cup creamed corn

½ cup diced onions

¼ cup Jalapenos (optional)

Drop into 275° oil by the heaping teaspoon and fry till golden brown.

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You da man Mike. Thanks.
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Just for KHo


Mama Berry's Hushpuppies
(A Bownaza tradition since 2008)

Makes about 20-30


Mix:

1 cup Cornmeal

1 Cup Flour

2 teaspoons baking powder

¾ teaspoon salt



Add and Mix:

add 1/4-1/3 cup of water or milk or beer.

1 egg

¾ Cup creamed corn

½ cup diced onions

¼ cup Jalapenos (optional)

Drop into 275° oil by the heaping teaspoon and fry till golden brown.
I'd of got that for you Kevin, but someone would have called me ANTSY!
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Kevin, don't you go mixin' jus' yet! Ain't quite time!!
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I'd of got that for you Kevin, but someone would have called me ANTSY!
You might have forgot like ya did Clint's name on the list.

It's OK to be a GOF.

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Old 02-28-2017, 12:00 PM   #76
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Caught a couple 1 gallon bags full of blue cat chunks this past weekend to add to the crappy. Should also have some vermillion snapper to add to the mix.

Sittin' on "G"

Waiting on "O"
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Caught a couple 1 gallon bags full of blue cat chunks this past weekend to add to the crappy. Should also have some vermillion snapper to add to the mix.

Sittin' on "G"

Waiting on "O"


I'm glad somebody is catching something. Rivers are swollen and I haven't had a chance to go anyway.
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Old 02-28-2017, 07:29 PM   #78
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I'm wait-n to get my prop back from the shop. Should be tomorrow or Thursday. Then it's "ON" (pun intended) .
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Old 02-28-2017, 08:20 PM   #79
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How are we doing on fish

I can pick up the pace if needed

If we would not have had a hole in our holding net this past weekend, our jug line efforts could have fed the masses.

We lost 60 solid cats and 8 "big" blues in our group

Let me know
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History has told us that about 75lbs fish fillets total is all we need. Although we did have one year where we ran short . But that was due to demand and an extra large record crowd.
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Old 02-28-2017, 10:53 PM   #81
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On a conservative side I may have 15 lbs of fillets give a take a few on either side of scale

Need to know soon if more are needed so plans can be made
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Updated list to the second page . Looks like we need about 20 more lbs of fillets. I'm going to hit the water hard starting this weekend. Been waiting for my prop to get out of the shop. Should be out tomorrow.

Still need some items too.
Fresh Fish - mmlncomp(30 lbs), TD2000 (15lbs), panhandlehunter (?lbs), Texas Grown (5lbs)

Canopy - mmlncomp, Tmag, MikeB,
5 gallon buckets to hold canopies down – MikeB (4 buckets),
Security rope/tape for perimeter -
Fish cookers/Tatar Fryers/Hush-puppy Oil Boilers - Mr. Whiskers (commercial fryers), SaltwaterSlick(single basket for non-allergy fish), Bowcrazy (2 basket), Clint (3 basket), mmlncomp (back-up fryer)
Oil by gallon to make things float to the top when done- Clint, 5gal Bowcrazy, 5 gallons by MikeB.,
LP tanks, hoses, regulators, ect. - Clint, Mr. Whiskers, SaltwaterSlick, BowCrazy

Accessory cook-n tools and such:

Prep tables - Tmag (Bringing 2 - 8ft and 1 - 6ft), MikeB (one 6’ table and my little folding wood table),
Cutting boards and knives – Bowcrazy, MikeB. (2 cutting boards), Clint,
Finish/serving table - Tmag
Latex gloves for food handling - Tmag(box)
Tongs and Ladles - 1 ladle from team, 3 tongs from team, one spoon from team,
Large Mixing Bowls- 1 half gallon green mixing bowl from team-need a few more,
Batter tub(s)- 1 combo bowl/tub from team, MikeB (large rectangle storage container for batter-n fish),
Potato slicer – Clint,
Curly Fry cutter -
Thermometers - from Team (2),
Fire Extinguishers – MikeB.
Funnel, pump, filters, for used oil -
Measuring cups/spoons- We will have enough to have the team covered here, thanks go to KHo from a former year’s donation to the team. There is a full set of each.


Season-N Stuff/Tatars/Onions/and Such:

Batter/Self Rise-n Flour/Cornmeal - Bowcrazy 10lbs Cornmeal,
Garlic Powder –
Salt - Bowcrazy 1 box, Team box as a small picnic shaker of salt and pepper for finish table,
Ragin Blaze – Team box has 1 can,
Potatoes - Tmag, Bowcrazy
Onions - Tmag, Bowcrazy
Condiments/sauces/dip-n stuff: CletusBodeen



More Accessories:

Aluminum pans w/lids for cooked fish – Team box has 2 aluminum pans and no lids
Racks and Sterno for aluminum pans - Tmag(6 racks if needed), Team box has 4 racks and 11 cans of Sterno
paper plates – Team box has about 50
Food boat trays-SaltwaterSlick, Team box has about 150,
paper towels –SaltwaterSlick, Team box has 1.5 rolls,

Paper napkins – Team box has about 400+



Hush-puppie Fix-ns:

Cornmeal - KHo
Flour - KHo
Baking Powder –Kho, Team box has 1 near full can
Salt -KHo
Eggs -KHo
Creamed corn -KHo
Jalapenos (optional) - KHo
Milk and/or beer- KH

If I missed anybody or any thing, please let me know.

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Old 03-01-2017, 09:02 PM   #83
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Will make plans and get another fishing trip in

Rumor has it that gang at Bownanza has a real appetite

Gone fishin'

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Please put me in for what ever. I can bring what ever hasn't been spoken for. I make a mean red sauce. Let me know. Matt.
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Please put me in for what ever. I can bring what ever hasn't been spoken for. I make a mean red sauce. Let me know. Matt.

Great to have Matt aboard
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Bring the Red Sauce Matt! And welcome aboard!



New members and old, We could prob use a bit more cornmeal, and some self rise-n flour. That mix-n/batter-n tub I've got is pretty big. Might need a bowl or three for dipping fish in beer, milk, water, or what ever, before it goes to the corn/flour mix. Maybe few more aluminum pans for serving up food. And another one or two for transporting fish to cooker. Then from cooker to serving table pans and back. We've got two in the team box. Just need a few more to cover transport and serving. Will be serving fish in two, taters in one, and hush-puppys and such in another.

Can hardly wait to hit the water. Die-n to get out of this house!
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We'll bring some aluminum. both small & large (a package of both) and a bag of self rising flour.

Looking forward to it.

Anyone bringing some ribs??

B]Fresh Fish - mmlncomp(30 lbs), TD2000 (15lbs), panhandlehunter (?lbs), Texas Grown (5lbs)

Canopy - mmlncomp, Tmag, MikeB,
5 gallon buckets to hold canopies down – MikeB (4 buckets),
Security rope/tape for perimeter -
Fish cookers/Tatar Fryers/Hush-puppy Oil Boilers - Mr. Whiskers (commercial fryers), SaltwaterSlick(single basket for non-allergy fish), Bowcrazy (2 basket), Clint (3 basket), mmlncomp (back-up fryer)
Oil by gallon to make things float to the top when done- Clint, 5gal Bowcrazy, 5 gallons by MikeB.,
LP tanks, hoses, regulators, ect. - Clint, Mr. Whiskers, SaltwaterSlick, BowCrazy

Accessory cook-n tools and such:

Prep tables - Tmag (Bringing 2 - 8ft and 1 - 6ft), MikeB (one 6’ table and my little folding wood table),
Cutting boards and knives – Bowcrazy, MikeB. (2 cutting boards), Clint,
Finish/serving table - Tmag
Latex gloves for food handling - Tmag(box)
Tongs and Ladles - 1 ladle from team, 3 tongs from team, one spoon from team,
Large Mixing Bowls- 1 half gallon green mixing bowl from team-need a few more,
Batter tub(s)- 1 combo bowl/tub from team, MikeB (large rectangle storage container for batter-n fish),
Potato slicer – Clint,
Curly Fry cutter -
Thermometers - from Team (2),
Fire Extinguishers – MikeB.
Funnel, pump, filters, for used oil -
Measuring cups/spoons- We will have enough to have the team covered here, thanks go to KHo from a former year’s donation to the team. There is a full set of each.


Season-N Stuff/Tatars/Onions/and Such:

Batter/Self Rise-n Flour/Cornmeal - Bowcrazy 10lbs Cornmeal, flour Bowcrazy
Garlic Powder – Bowcrazy
Salt - Bowcrazy 1 box, Team box as a small picnic shaker of salt and pepper for finish table,
Ragin Blaze – Team box has 1 can,
Potatoes - Tmag, Bowcrazy
Onions - Tmag, Bowcrazy
Condiments/sauces/dip-n stuff: CletusBodeen


More Accessories:

Aluminum pans w/lids for cooked fish – Team box has 2 aluminum pans and no lids, pkg of large & small Bowcrazy
Racks and Sterno for aluminum pans - Tmag(6 racks if needed), Team box has 4 racks and 11 cans of Sterno
paper plates – Team box has about 50
Food boat trays-SaltwaterSlick, Team box has about 150,
paper towels –SaltwaterSlick, Team box has 1.5 rolls,
Paper napkins – Team box has about 400+



Hush-puppie Fix-ns:

Cornmeal - KHo
Flour - KHo
Baking Powder –Kho, Team box has 1 near full can
Salt -KHo
Eggs -KHo
Creamed corn -KHo
Jalapenos (optional) - KHo
Milk and/or beer- KH
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I can bring a couple of large stainless mixin' bowls.
Also have 4 good quart bags full of channel cat fillets...

Anything other than the serving boats and paper towels I need to get from Sam's??? I'll probably make my run this week.
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Ed, Charlie, that sounds great!

Is Ragin' Blaze and Salt the only things we want to season the fish with?


Got my prop back late this afternoon. Had dropped it off Monday. Going to test it in the morning. Might as well take a couple rods with me.
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One undersized crappie today. And that was it. Water was clear way up in the creek and the very far end of one river. But stained in the lake and the rest.
Prop ran good. Gained a little RPM too. Boat running more level at slower speed. He added a little more cup to my prop. But took off a fraction of pitch. Not sure if my MPH is the same as my batteries were dead on my hand held GPS. 4 hours run time on the motor. 2.5 gallons of gas. Fished from 7:30-3:30. saw some big fish on the graph too. Just nothing biting.

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Only two weeks to go!
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Old 03-06-2017, 11:27 AM   #92
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The corn meal I mix up will be pre seasoned.


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I need to check and see how much oil I have on hand.
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Old 03-06-2017, 12:21 PM   #94
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Plans are to go fishing one more time to add to fish count

Any preference between crappie or catfish
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Old 03-06-2017, 03:04 PM   #95
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Crappie!!!
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Old 03-06-2017, 03:13 PM   #96
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Ed, Charlie, that sounds great!

Is Ragin' Blaze and Salt the only things we want to season the fish with?


Got my prop back late this afternoon. Had dropped it off Monday. Going to test it in the morning. Might as well take a couple rods with me.
Isn't this what we've used before?
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Old 03-06-2017, 04:25 PM   #97
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Sorry Clint I forgot you brought that awesome mix of yours!

It's Old Timers setting in!
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Old 03-06-2017, 04:42 PM   #98
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Sorry Clint I forgot you brought that awesome mix of yours!

It's Old Timers setting in!
Gittin' old ain't for sissies!!!
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Old 03-06-2017, 07:11 PM   #99
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Gittin' old ain't for sissies!!!
We ain't got no sissies on this team!

Including the younger folk too.

I bet we could win "the most GOF Team" award.

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Old 03-07-2017, 07:41 AM   #100
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I have 15# corn meal and 5# flour if y'all need it. Let me know.
Also, have some catfish filets I will bring.

Looking forward to a great Nanza with old and new team members.
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