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Old 12-02-2009, 03:26 PM   #11
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AWESOME spot Terry, is that on the lake where you go? I too throw most of the fish back I catch. We only do a fish fry about once per season, fresh bass right out of the lake, filleted, battered, dipped in Panko crumbs and dropped right into the fryer, mmmm. Next time you go, get some Gamakatsu size 4 worm hooks and a package of Yamamoto Senko in 5" size, green or darker colors work well. Texas rig the worm and cast it in. Work it slowly on the bottom and see what you come up with. One of the best baits out there.
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Old 12-02-2009, 03:56 PM   #12
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i will look for that.. we have a dick's sporting goods here they will proabably have it. i have been using a carolia rig with some worms both real and rubber. the real ones i kept getting stolen until i walked off mad..

next time you want some good fish. use your grill and a cast iron skillet. just make sure you put the skillett in early so it has some time to get really hot. i have made this with frozen talipia and it is wonderful in the recipe it mentions a egg and a egg is a big green egg that is where i get most of my cooking ideas anyway if you need more info let me know but this is pretty easy

Geaux Tiger Blackened Redfish

1 Catch a legal sized redfish (this is the best part of this recipe)
2 Filet the redfish
3 Liberally season both sides of the filet with Paul Prudhomme's Blackened Redfish Seasoning.
4 Place a cast iron skillet on the egg. Dome temp should be between 450 and 500.
5 Put a couple tablespoons of butter in the pan (should just have a light coating on the bottom of the pan).
6 Grill each side of the redfish filet - four or five minutes each side depending on thickness.
7 Enjoy.


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Source: Eggtoberfest 08 Cookbook



and yes that is right on the spot on the lake i did not take many because i did not know i was going to be finding a camping forum to join so those are the only pictures of the camper i have in there. the other ones i took are more pictures of the egg. and another thing they do over at that forum which has to do with nature like pictures so i did not take many rig pictures
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Old 12-02-2009, 05:37 PM   #13
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Welcome! Aww, we like rigs we like nature... just post away!
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Old 12-02-2009, 06:10 PM   #14
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ok just a couple of trees when they were turning a few weeks ago.. i will take more next trip

the last picture you can see the entrance to our site mentioned earlier..

like i said not many pictures i did not bring the camera on a couple of trips but i will next time and i promise to take more
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Old 12-02-2009, 09:16 PM   #15
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in the recipe it mentions a egg and a egg is a big green egg that is where i get most of my cooking ideas anyway if you need more info let me know but this is pretty easy
As luck would have it we own a "big green egg" grill. Love it, I will have to give that recipie a try.
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Old 12-02-2009, 10:04 PM   #16
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yea i have the egg sickness i have 3 of them one for the camper and two for the back porch... i mean we have it bad i say we because in october of 07 my daughter was born 3 weeks later we went to the egg festival in atlanta georgia we have been to the last 4 eggtoberfests.. if you need any advice on that thing let me know i spend most of my waking time thinking about the egg i measn i have it bad
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Old 12-04-2009, 03:10 PM   #17
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Welcome aboard Bente
the recipe sounds tasty Thanks

that campsite is AWESOME,
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Old 12-07-2009, 05:08 PM   #18
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Awesome campsite

What a great looking site and nice trailer too. Are the sites seasonal or open to people passing through as well. That makes us want to head in that direction someday....Old Guys
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that particular campground is open all year long.. so we decided since we got our camper so late in the season we better find a good site that we can go all winter long.. we have not camped in the same site twice been there 4 diffrent weekends and have not had a bad site yet.. if you head this way let me know
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Old 12-15-2009, 01:25 PM   #20
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Very nice looking campsite!!!!! No wonder y'all go there so often! Enjoy the camper for many years.
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