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Old 06-26-2022, 01:16 PM   #1
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Default White bass………are delicious!

So, I’ve fresh water fished many many times and I enjoy it but the only fish I’ve ever liked were catfish.

Everything else just tasted fishy to me so I’ll catch them but I won’t eat them.

This afternoon we cut up our haul from yesterdays trip but paid close attention to cutting everything “red” out of the meat and BAM! Wonderful fried fish nuggets!

It could also be that some of my taste buds aren’t the same since the Rona. I couldn’t even smell the fish being cleaned lol.

Either way today, they’re fantastic!

Enjoy some pictures of my kids on their first fishing trip. Lol.



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Old 06-26-2022, 01:19 PM   #2
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Great times- definitely Thuh Rona though! Fresh water feesh other than catfeesh wasn’t meant for human consumption
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Old 06-26-2022, 01:27 PM   #3
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Y'all are goody. Crappie are delicious. No red meat. Sandbass are fine too. No need to cut anything out.

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Old 06-26-2022, 01:30 PM   #4
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Had many a fish fry for lots of people with just white bass. You got it, cut the red meat out and they are fine eating. I like the way they fry up crispy too.
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Not a big fish person to begin with, but I busted out the cast iron and put some rendered bacon fat in the pan, seasoned the sand bass with Traeger's Blackened Saskatchewan seasoning and put it straight into the pan...pretty good stuff!
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Old 06-26-2022, 01:33 PM   #7
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Had many a fish fry for lots of people with just white bass. You got it, cut the red meat out and they are fine eating. I like the way they fry up crispy too.

Yep we watched a couple tutorials and both said cut the red out. I also made the easiest homemade tarter sauce and Lord we put a dent in these fish!


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Old 06-26-2022, 01:37 PM   #8
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Awesome pictures! Glad yall had a good trip. Whites aren't my favorite but I like them.
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Old 06-26-2022, 01:39 PM   #9
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Awesome pictures! Glad yall had a good trip. Whites aren't my favorite but I like them.

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Old 06-26-2022, 01:41 PM   #10
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Old 06-26-2022, 01:47 PM   #11
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Sandbass are fine. I prefer crappie for Texas freshwater fish, but there isn't anything wrong with fried white/sandbass with the red cut out. Very nice white firm flesh. Wife won't eat any fish with the red in it, so its an automatic cut out for me.
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Old 06-26-2022, 01:54 PM   #12
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I’ve eaten 1000’s of white bass in my lifetime. It’s always been good table fare.

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The only difference between a white bass and a shad is white bass bite lures.

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Old 06-26-2022, 02:21 PM   #14
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Same here, that's the only fish we ever ate growing up. My dad loved sand bass fishing and we would clean hundreds per day, before limits, on Lake Buchanan many years ago. We never cut the red out of them when I was young. I do cut red out on stripers and hybrids, and now I cut out most of the red on white bass. Instead of cutting completely against the skin, I'll stay about 1/8" to 1/4" away from the skin leaving the red meat on the skin. Then cut the red lateral line out and that's it.
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I think I just swallowed my tongue I’m laughing so hard.
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Great times- definitely Thuh Rona though! Fresh water feesh other than catfeesh wasn’t meant for human consumption
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I’m sure a SHAD would be great if that’s the Only feesh a person Ever et while growing up.
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Old 06-26-2022, 02:54 PM   #18
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Good eating for sure!
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so shad are good too? never would have thunk it!
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Old 06-26-2022, 03:03 PM   #20
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Mud/dirt bottom freshwater fish can pick up that aroma. Sand bottom lakes like Livingston the fish are clean and delicious.


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Old 06-26-2022, 03:18 PM   #21
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so shad are good too? never would have thunk it!
American Shad are very good to eat, but they are a pain due to being so bony. They spend their life in the sea and run upstream to spawn in the spring. We catch them on mini silver spoons and shad darts. They weigh 3 to 5 pounds and are found along the coast from Florida to Labrador. They put up a heckuva fight on ultra light tackle.
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Old 06-26-2022, 03:22 PM   #22
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#1--Crappie
#2--Cats
#3--everything else...
I'm a seafood fanatic. I don't even understand, folks who don't
care for it.. But that's ok.. I don't much care for grasshoppers....
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I’m easy. Bass, catfish, crappie, whites, perch, etc all are fine with me. Probably has something to do with the alcohol intake at most fish fry’s I am at but I love fried fish and not too picky about it. Salt water fish I typically like grilled, blackened, etc.

Then again, LJS is a guilty pleasure for me so there’s that.


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Old 06-26-2022, 04:25 PM   #24
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Take a filet, season with whatever you like. Then coat the filet with ranch dressing on one side. Grill it on med-high heat. Sweet baby Jesus.
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Old 06-26-2022, 04:39 PM   #25
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Take a filet, season with whatever you like. Then coat the filet with ranch dressing on one side. Grill it on med-high heat. Sweet baby Jesus.
Ranch will Almost make any bad FW feesh taste …. Okay!
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I like crappie the best I think. I'll eat just about any fish if it's cooked right. I even like drum if it's deep fat fried. Only fish I've tried that I didn't care for was carp and gar. But we may not have known what we were doing when we cooked it.
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Not a big fish person to begin with, but I busted out the cast iron and put some rendered bacon fat in the pan, seasoned the sand bass with Traeger's Blackened Saskatchewan seasoning and put it straight into the pan...pretty good stuff!
Fried possum ace would taste ok with all that covering the tatse
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Don't know about white bass but, those bigger large mouth bass really fry up good.
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Those pics are priceless! Enjoy the memories made!!!
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Don't know about white bass but, those bigger large mouth bass really fry up good.
You're going to set the Big Bass Guys off!
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Take a filet, season with whatever you like. Then coat the filet with ranch dressing on one side. Grill it on med-high heat. Sweet baby Jesus.
BL are you talking about ranch out of a bottle or dry seasoning in a pouch?
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BL are you talking about ranch out of a bottle or dry seasoning in a pouch?

Has to be the dry seasoning.


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I can't tell you how many times I have fried white bass and "tricked" people into thinking it was something else. They will always ask the species and I just say it's something like catfish, or crappie, or black bass, ect. They will inevitably talk about how they hate white bass, blah blah blah... And then they go back for seconds, and thirds. I've also heard the "ya they are ok if eaten fresh, but they suck if you freeze them" argument. That's just as false. They are dang good to eat.
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I can't tell you how many times I have fried white bass and "tricked" people into thinking it was something else. They will always ask the species and I just say it's something like catfish, or crappie, or black bass, ect. They will inevitably talk about how they hate white bass, blah blah blah... And then they go back for seconds, and thirds. I've also heard the "ya they are ok if eaten fresh, but they suck if you freeze them" argument. That's just as false. They are dang good to eat.
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I can't tell you how many times I have fried white bass and "tricked" people into thinking it was something else. They will always ask the species and I just say it's something like catfish, or crappie, or black bass, ect. They will inevitably talk about how they hate white bass, blah blah blah... And then they go back for seconds, and thirds. I've also heard the "ya they are ok if eaten fresh, but they suck if you freeze them" argument. That's just as false. They are dang good to eat.
Years ago I was invited to a bbq with the main attraction being pork and venison. The venison was ok but the pork was awesome. Went back for seconds and possibly 3rds I don’t remember. Then I found out the the pork was really armadillo. I would do it again.
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I can't tell you how many times I have fried white bass and "tricked" people into thinking it was something else. They will always ask the species and I just say it's something like catfish, or crappie, or black bass, ect. They will inevitably talk about how they hate white bass, blah blah blah... And then they go back for seconds, and thirds. I've also heard the "ya they are ok if eaten fresh, but they suck if you freeze them" argument. That's just as false. They are dang good to eat.
Have done the same thing. If you know what your doing they are great. The whole family loves them.
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Old 06-26-2022, 08:11 PM   #37
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Years ago I was invited to a bbq with the main attraction being pork and venison. The venison was ok but the pork was awesome. Went back for seconds and possibly 3rds I don’t remember. Then I found out the the pork was really armadillo. I would do it again.

Armadilla??!!!

Wow. Well, now I want to try them lol.


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Years ago I was invited to a bbq with the main attraction being pork and venison. The venison was ok but the pork was awesome. Went back for seconds and possibly 3rds I don’t remember. Then I found out the the pork was really armadillo. I would do it again.

Real old E Tx African American man at work invited me to a pulled pork sandwich he brought in for his shop crew. Amazing. They were all laughing as it was Coon. Little did they know I eat squirrel haha.


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Old 06-26-2022, 09:12 PM   #39
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all this talk about sandies - well it prompted me to cook some up for supper tonight!
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White bass, black bass or crappie all get the grease treatment! Team ziplock!!
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BL are you talking about ranch out of a bottle or dry seasoning in a pouch?
Ranch in a bottle. I use this recipe on many fish filets. Some magic happens and you do not taste the ranch after the fish is cooked.
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Ranch in a bottle. I use this recipe on many fish filets. Some magic happens and you do not taste the ranch after the fish is cooked.
Are you Sure it isn’t in reverse?
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Old 06-26-2022, 09:39 PM   #44
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Whites are excellent table fare and so are the green ones...
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I've never cut the red out of sand bass. Coat the filets with mustard, roll in corn meal and fry.
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Old 06-27-2022, 07:11 AM   #47
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Love the pix. Make sure you print those!

Like most others, I prefer crappie over white bass, but still like them. I take the red line out, but that is my personal preference. I use a razor knife and have gotten pretty good at it after doing hundreds.
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Old 06-27-2022, 07:58 AM   #48
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I've never cut the red out of sand bass. Coat the filets with mustard, roll in corn meal and fry.
I have done this a couple of times for the crowd that thinks they are fishy tasting. Never heard a single complaint.
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Old 06-27-2022, 08:17 AM   #49
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I had some 2 nights ago myself. I ate the leftover fish the next morning straight out of the fridge. Loved it.
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I've filleted about 200 of them this year. I cooked up about half of them and gave the others to some friends. I don't bother with trying to trim a little red meat out. When I have 100 fish to clean I'm not wasting my time, and I've never had anyone complain.
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