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Old 04-03-2013, 11:05 PM   #21
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they are gorgeous at every stage. what does the trout smell like before adding the seasonings?
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no, silly, they've had their noses cut off...
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Old 04-04-2013, 09:22 AM   #23
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they are gorgeous at every stage. what does the trout smell like before adding the seasonings?
Hi V,
Fresh fish has on oder.
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Old 04-04-2013, 09:48 AM   #24
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Here the trout are well seasoned. From bottom to top, yakatori season. montana red season and the top is a mixture of both.
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Old 04-04-2013, 12:02 PM   #25
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You are just mean, posting pictures liek that to one such as I who loves trout. I can't get out fishing until I renew my license. Those are some beautiful rainbows (or steelhead if they've gone to the ocean).

And did you know that brook trout are actually part of the Char family? But then again, we're not talking about brookies here, are we.

Nice job. What did you catch them on? I've been tying flies all winter. In fact, I just ordered more tying supplies.

Well, lunch is over. Time to get back to work.

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Old 04-04-2013, 01:09 PM   #26
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You are just mean, posting pictures like that to one such as I who loves trout. I can't get out fishing until I renew my license. Those are some beautiful rainbows (or steelhead if they've gone to the ocean).

And did you know that brook trout are actually part of the Char family? But then again, we're not talking about brookies here, are we.

Nice job. What did you catch them on? I've been tying flies all winter. In fact, I just ordered more tying supplies.

Well, lunch is over. Time to get back to work.

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Hey Chief,
The fish here are rainbows, caught them trolling stick baits and spoons. I went out yesterday and got a bunch of bows and browns that we through back, but kept 4 nice Brookies (char) the largest was 15".
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Old 04-04-2013, 01:17 PM   #28
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Getting a good smoke going (apple wood) and were off.
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Old 04-04-2013, 02:11 PM   #29
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I decited to hot smoke a few and cold smoke the rest.
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Old 04-04-2013, 04:47 PM   #31
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Great job, S&P!! They look soooooo good!!
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Great job, S&P!! They look soooooo good!!

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All I can say I wish I was there to taste it, looks awesome, thank for sharing
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The fish here are rainbows, caught them trolling stick baits and spoons. I went out yesterday and got a bunch of bows and browns that we through back, but kept 4 nice Brookies (char) the largest was 15".

yeah, those are brookies, not rainbows.

beauties nonetheless. nice job both angling and smoking, s&p.
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All I can say I wish I was there to taste it, looks awesome, thank for sharing
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yeah, those are brookies, not rainbows.

beauties nonetheless. nice job both angling and smoking, s&p.
But Bucky, look closely at the pictures on the first page of the thread. Those are definitely rainbows. You can see the pink streak on the sides. But I agree, in the picture you commented on, those are brookies.

Any way you look at it, they are eye candy. And the cooked photos make me want to hop a plane in time for dinner. The only thing is, it's a couple days later, and I'm not rich enough.

I have a friend who is a master fly tyer. He's developed a fly he calls the Super Duper Yooper Streamer. He states that he's caught more browns on it than any fly he's ever fished, and he's giving me a couple. I'm going to copy his pattern. I asked him if it would be ok. He gave me a positive nod. I am definitely looking forward to fishing season this year!

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I like the color of the fish, cant wait for the final result :)
edit: i missed the later pictures-> wow amazing
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Welcome to DC, SarahP!

OK, Joey, so how did they taste? Thoughts about cold vs. hot smoked?
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You are a Renaissance man. Great pizza and beautiful fish. I see a smoked trout pizza in your future!
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Smoking Trout, step 1 It's that time of the year when the ice leaves the lakes here in Montana. It's time for Trout fishing. The cold water produces a solid and firm fillet, just right for smoking. And the size of the fish comes into play. For smoking fillets I like to keep fish around 20" and return the smaller fish into the lake. So, the first step is to acquire the fish and start the prep. The fish will be filleted leaving the skin on then the pin bones removed. At the moment, I have 6 fresh trout (4 in the pic) that should fill up my smoker, just right till the next batch! As I continue the process, I will add the recipe and photo's for each step if anyone is interested.[IMG]https://www.discusscooking.com/forums/members/39817-albums960-picture5456.jpg[/IMG] 3 stars 1 reviews
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