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today, me and potterman96 went out and got some frog/fish gigs. we both got an expandable painters stick to use as the handle. i

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  • today, me and potterman96 went out and got some frog/fish gigs. we both got an expandable painters stick to use as the handle. i

    today, me and potterman96 went out and got some frog/fish gigs. we both got an expandable painters stick to use as the handle. i was wondering if there are any reicipies for bull frogs and carp. also, how can you tell the difference between a bull frog and anyother frog? thanks. we r both new to frog gigging.

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    There are plenty of recipes for bullfrogs, but carp are not worth eating. Killing them though is a favor for the waterways you fish in, as they compete with native fish for grub. Frog legs are good boiled and seasoned, or put in a gumbo-type soup. You will know a bullfrog when you see it; they are usually the size of saucers where I live, and bigger ones are the size of dinner plates. They are green with long legs and a deep croak. Or just google pictures.

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    • #3
      Be careful with how you transport and carry the gigs. Seem to remember poking one through some car trim. Was always afraid of tripping with one in hand, too.

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      • #4
        Kill Carp, don't eat.

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        • #5
          I like to take my frog legs and soak them in lightly salted water for about 30 minutes. Then roll them in corn meal or flower and pepper. Then I fry them in a pan with grease. To me they taste like a combo of chicken and shrimp. Very good. My daughter loves them. I've also cooked them like a do fish. Soak in Itallian dressing for 24 hours then roll in corn meal and fry.

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          • #6
            I don't eat carp!

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            • #7
              I don't eat carp!

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              • #8
                I don't eat carp!

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                • #9
                  I don't eat carp!

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                  • #10
                    I don't eat carp!

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