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Discussion in 'Fish' started by brandsbay, Sep 14, 2008.
More Mackerel,but hey no Qview,it never happened LOL
It did happen my friend, all that smoked fish has got me hungry, that's a good sign!
holy mackerel brands-nice job! ar ar
Mmmm, looks great Brands!!
nice lookin smoked fish Brands!!!
good looking mackerel did you brine them first
Looks good and it did happen That looks like a productive morning of fishing. One of these days I'm gonna have to try that fishing thing again
Looks nice,,,,did ya get ur new camera ? pic looks much better
Looks great Brands....I can almost smell em!!!!
Wow!! Now those looked SMOKED. Care to share the procedure? What do you do with them now......dip, sittin on a Ritz??
Thanks all,I don't brine them,they are smoked on a ECB smoke n grill,I use 3 sticks of oak,7-8" long and about 1-1 1/2" diameter and smoke for about 2 1/2 hrs,the sticks are cut straight from the tree (it works for me with fish)
wow fresh caught smoked mackerel - yeah I'm salivating lol
What did you catch them on - aren't mackerel the fish you can catch with feathers ? (seriously just feathers on a hook)
Nice Qview Brands...who is tending the nursery while yer off playing?
Gonna have to try some Oak. I usually use hickory and pecan. I don't brine either. Our macks are probably a little different than yours though. Forked tail fish in photo are our macs.
Hi Flash,we get the Atlantic Mackerel (Scomber Scombrus) lot smaller than yours due to the cold water,average adult will weigh about 1 1/2 -2 lb,good fighting fish though,and there millions of em lol.
We usually troll for ours. Small silver spoons, some wire helps with cut offs due to their teeth. Ours usually average 2 to 5 lbs. Love to make dip out of them and put them on a Ritz Cracker with some of this stuff.
Great looking fish Flash,man I wish ours got that big.
Nice idea there with the crackers...im not much into fish but those look like a good snack