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    Default fish jerky

    id a search on here but didnt come up with anything, also on yahoo and google with minimal info, so i took one med/sm crappie cut each fillet in half and marinated in a couple marinades i had in the fridge a lemon and herb one and ... think the other was more of a terriaki.. i only did one crappie cause if its gross i dont wanna be like man i wasted 5 crappie on that, if its good i can easily replicate it,, anyways one tiny peice was done so i nibbled and so far yummy, anyone else have more experience with fish jerky? not smoked, dehydrated in a dehydrator

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    Ive always wanted to try and make some fish jerky with my dehidrtr. Fish will have oils in the meat but it should work ? I'll give it a try . The native indians did it with just the sun .

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    what i read was dont use the heavily oily fish like catfish n such, crappie trout salmon and such are said to work good but u also wanna make sure u dap it with paper towels after a lil while to get any moisture off the meat, this crappie turned out good, gonna make more probably tomorrow, i have a couple trout that are getting some freezer burn goin so probably try those next

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    Do you think something like bass or bluegill would work, they arent too oily.

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    Default good stuff

    I use a smoker to dehydrate trout.the stuff is the bomb.

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    What do U smoke when ur smoking fish?

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    Good one Nessie (~..~)

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    No offence but fish jerkey blows.. Top Serloin or Flank steak is the ticket. Even london broil works real good. Fish is best fresh bbq'd , broiled or grilled . jmo

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    I made some striper jerky last week and it was very tasty for a first attempt. I have had some that others have made in the past from stripers and it was excellent.

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