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Old 02-17-2019, 10:42 AM   #101
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Put me down for 8-10# of fish. Matt
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Old 02-17-2019, 02:10 PM   #102
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Fresh Fish (60-65 lbs) – MikeB. (7-8lbs), Slew (15-20lbs), Panhandlehunter, (how much?), Backfinturkey (15lbs), Rustled Again ( 8-10 lbs ),


Essentials:

Canopy/pop-ups - MikeB (1), Jerry H (1 extra extra large), Tmag (2 pop-ups),
5 gallon buckets to hold canopies down (filled with water) – Jerry H (4 buckets for his canopy),
Fish cookers/Tatar Fryers/Hush-puppy Oil Boilers – MikeB. (9 gallon 3 basket Cajun fryer), Bowcrazy (2 basket Cajun fryer), Saltwaterslick (single burner and supplies for non-peanut oil folks),
Oil by gallon to make things float to the top when done- Slew (3 gallons), MikeB. (9 gallons for his fryer)
LP tanks, hoses, regulators, ect. - MikeB. (1 LP tank), Slew (1 PL tank),

Accessory cook-n tools and such:


Prep tables - MikeB (one 6’ table and my little folding wood table for Hushpuppies), Slew (1 or 2 small prep tables), Blackfinturkey (1 table),
Cutting boards and knives – MikeB. (2 cutting boards and knives),
Finish/serving tables – Jerry H. (one 6ft table), Tmag (two 8 ft and one 6ft tables),
Latex gloves for food handling – team has 2 boxes
Tongs and Ladles - 3 stainless tongs and bunch of spoons and ladles from team,
Large Mixing Bowls- 2 half gallon green mixing bowl from team for Hush Puppies
Batter tub - MikeB (large rectangle storage container/tub for batter-n fish),
Potato slicer – MikeB.
Curly Fry cutter -

Thermometers - from Team (2),
Fire Extinguishers – MikeB., Saltwaterslick,
Measuring cups/Mixing spoons- We will have 2 sets of measuring cups thanks go to KHo from a former year’s donations to the team. And plenty of mixing spoons and ladles, can openers, ect.


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

Batter/Self Rise-n Flour/Cornmeal for batter– Team has 15 lbs flour and 20 lbs cornmeal,
Garlic Powder –
Salt and Pepper shakers –
Team has 3 salt shakers and 3 pepper shakers,
Ragin Blaze – team has 2 cans
Barnical Dust – team has 1 can
Potatoes – Tmag (40 lbs), Bowcrazy (20lbs)Okra – MikeB. (2 gallons)
Onions - Slew
Condiments/sauces/dip-n stuff: Jerry H (1.5 gallons tartar sauce), Cletus (Katsoup, mustard, ect), Rustled Again (special Red Sauce),


More Accessories:

Aluminum pans w/lids for cooked fish/food – Team has 15 big Sterno pans, and 12 half pans, with 19 full-pan lids
Racks and Sterno for aluminum pans – team has 4 cans of Sterno and 6 racks for aluminum pans, could use some more Sterno
paper plates – team has about 200
Food boat trays- team has about 250
Plastic ware – team has 600 plastic forks
paper towels – team has 12 full rolls
Paper napkins – team has about 1200



Hush-puppie Fix-ns:


Cornmeal - KHo and RRfishnhunt
Flour -
KHo and RRfishnhunt
Baking Powder –
team has 1 full can, KHo and RRfishnhunt
Salt – team has 1.5 lbs salt
Eggs -
KHo and RRfishnhunt
Creamed corn –
team has 1 can
Jalapenos (optional) -
KHo and RRfishnhunt
Milk and/or beer-
KHo and RRfishnhunt
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Old 02-17-2019, 05:16 PM   #103
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Mike I’ve got 30-40#s. I’ll bring whatever you feel we need. I know in years past, we’ve had leftover fish.
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Old 02-17-2019, 05:33 PM   #104
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If it’s not to late Macie, Theresa and I would like a shirt. Adult med, 2- ***l.




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Old 02-17-2019, 05:35 PM   #105
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Put me down for garlic powder. How much do we need?


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Old 02-17-2019, 05:59 PM   #106
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Mike I’ve got 30-40#s. I’ll bring whatever you feel we need. I know in years past, we’ve had leftover fish.

How about 15-20 lbs Philip? I think more than 20 lbs would put us over the top with what everybody else is bringing for this year.


And sense we have only two cajun fryers committed this year thus far, one being a two basket, and the other a 3, that amount of fish may bottle neck us in the pit area. Still got hushpuppies, taters, and other foods (gator on some Texas Toothpicks coming in also).



Anybody got a cajun fryer they wanna help out with?
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Old 02-17-2019, 06:09 PM   #107
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Mike
I am bringing my big 3 burner propane stove and a couple of fry pots. If someone has an extra fry pot and basket I can have 3 going all at the same time.
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Old 02-17-2019, 06:30 PM   #108
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Jerry, that sounds great! We'll need a separate burner for the hushpuppies as they cook at 275, much lower than the fish (350-375). If ya try to cook them higher, they will burn on the outside and not be done in the inside.
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Old 02-17-2019, 06:44 PM   #109
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Jerry, that sounds great! We'll need a separate burner for the hushpuppies as they cook at 275, much lower than the fish (350-375). If ya try to cook them higher, they will burn on the outside and not be done in the inside.
Each bunner has its own control.
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Old 02-17-2019, 09:50 PM   #110
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I have a 2 basket Cajun fryer with stand that I can throw in the truck if needed?
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Old 02-17-2019, 11:23 PM   #111
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I have a 2 basket Cajun fryer with stand that I can throw in the truck if needed?

That would be of big help my friend!
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Old 02-18-2019, 11:36 AM   #112
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Do we need more oil or maybe a list of what we need as opposed to what we have? Matt.
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Old 02-18-2019, 12:28 PM   #113
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Do we need more oil or maybe a list of what we need as opposed to what we have? Matt.
I was just thinking about the same thing Matt. I'll see if I can get a list of needed items together tonight. More oil will probably be one of them.

The fish are biting, and there's hogs to be kilt. Gotta go!
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Old 02-18-2019, 04:43 PM   #114
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I'll bring 5 gallons of what type oil? (peanut, canola etc)
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Old 02-18-2019, 06:51 PM   #115
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Matt, we'll be using peanut oil.
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Old 02-18-2019, 06:54 PM   #116
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I’ve started using soybean oil from Costco in my Cajun Fryer.
Since the cornmeal doesn’t burn, it lasts just as long if you keep it under 400 degrees and it’s way cheaper.


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Old 02-18-2019, 06:54 PM   #117
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Only things I see the team needing at this point are:


Peanut oil, Or soybean oil


Some cans of Sterno,


and at least a 6-pack of really cheap beer for battering the fish. However, good quality beer won't be turned down!




If there are any other things someone can think of, just post them up.

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Old 02-18-2019, 07:02 PM   #118
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We posted at the same time Clint. But your trigger finger was a split second faster than mine.


Good to know! Soybean oil will certainly be something to be remembered. Maybe we can try some this go on some of the small fryers, as I might already be vested in peanut oil.
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Almost missed this! Large container Brian, or what ever you want to bring. And I'll get you on the list too.
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Old 02-19-2019, 07:58 AM   #120
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Only things I see the team needing at this point are:


Peanut oil, Or soybean oil


Some cans of Sterno,


and at least a 6-pack of really cheap beer for battering the fish. However, good quality beer won't be turned down!




If there are any other things someone can think of, just post them up.
Are you wanting beer for the fish batterer or to go in the fish batter?

We don't use beer to batter fish so give me a clue what kind works and I will pick up a 6pk
How many sterno cans do you need?
Do they sell those at WalMart or ?

Don't mind picking up a few of those either
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Old 02-19-2019, 08:02 AM   #121
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I can bring my 2 burner stand up stove if needed, just let me know.
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Old 02-19-2019, 09:38 AM   #122
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Are you wanting beer for the fish batterer or to go in the fish batter?

We don't use beer to batter fish so give me a clue what kind works and I will pick up a 6pk
How many sterno cans do you need?
Do they sell those at WalMart or ?

Don't mind picking up a few of those either
I'll be giving the fish a beer bath before they get dirty in cornmeal. I don't think they are to particular about what they swim in as long as they get wet.

We need about 6-8 cans of Sterno. And Wally World should have some. I've also found it in grocery stores.



The fish are biting, and there's hogs to be kilt. Gotta go!
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Old 02-19-2019, 09:39 AM   #123
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Tmag, bring just in case brother.

The fish are biting, and there's hogs to be kilt. Gotta go!
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Old 02-20-2019, 07:37 AM   #124
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Tmag, bring just in case brother.

The fish are biting, and there's hogs to be kilt. Gotta go!
Will do.
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Sorry guys but I will not be able to bring my fryer Saturday. My son's high school decided they need to have a baseball tournament that weekend. If the fryer is still needed and someone is coming thru the Spring area y'all are more than welcome to it and the bottle of propane with it.
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The best to yall at the tournament DD.
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