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View Poll Results: Favorite fresh water fish for eating?

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  • Bass (LMB/SMB)

    7 7.53%
  • Striper

    23 24.73%
  • Sturgeon

    1 1.08%
  • Sunfish (Crappie, Blue Gill, etc)

    26 27.96%
  • Brown Trout

    0 0%
  • Brook Trout

    3 3.23%
  • Rainbow/cuthroat Trout

    19 20.43%
  • Golden Trout

    2 2.15%
  • Kokanee

    1 1.08%
  • Catfish

    11 11.83%
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Thread: Poll: Favorite Fresh Water fish for eating

  1. #1
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    Default Poll: Favorite Fresh Water fish for eating

    This is for fun..... What's your favorite freshwater fish for eating?
    I've left off Steelhead and Salmon because they are really saltwater fish.

    Poll option was limited to 10, so it's more of a West coast poll. I've left off Muskie, Pike, Walleye.
    Last edited by 1HR2BBL; 09-19-2011 at 01:18 PM.

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    I don't see the poll? - found it... thanks.- Brook Trout : )
    Last edited by Karyn; 09-19-2011 at 04:51 PM.

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    Walleye are tied with crappie. You get a little more meat on the fillet with the walleye. Pike are good too but Californians are afraid of them.

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    I voted rainbow and catfish the best, but like panfish too.

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    smoked rainbow trout allthway

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    Steamed crappie with ginger, garlic, green onions, and low sodium soy sauce baby! Made this way the fish tastes almost like a grouper or coral trout!

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    Nothing wrong with breaded and fried striper,imo.

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    Baked whole striper with clam stuffing!

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    Crappie, Sac Perch followed closely by Stripers.

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    Mike,
    Sac Perch are really good also !

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