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Whats the best way to cook trout? Any good sites to go to for that? Spence in PA.

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  • rudyglove27
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    Here is the link that could help you out a little bit
    http://www.quetico-canoe-trips.com/cooktrout.htm

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  • rudyglove27
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    Here is the link that could help you out a little bit
    http://www.quetico-canoe-trips.com/cooktrout.htm

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  • rudyglove27
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    Here is the link that could help you out a little bit
    http://www.quetico-canoe-trips.com/cooktrout.htm

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  • CavRecon
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    Here is everything I've ever needed to know about cleaning and cooking trout.

    http://linger.typepad.com/photos/clean_and_cook_em/

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  • FloridaHunter1226
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    Nail the trout to some un-treated wood and put it close to the fire. The trout will cook through the wood.

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  • wally
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    I normally foil wrap the whole fish and put all my herbs and spices in the cavity. I then roll up the foil and throw it on the grill. The fish comes out moist and flavorful.

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  • rjbedrock
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    Oh, I forgot. And potato pancakes!!

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  • rjbedrock
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    Easy, cast iron skillet, bacon grease, and breaded trout

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  • cjmurdoch
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    For me, it depends on the size of the fish. If they're around a pound, I make sure to clean 'em and get 'em on ice as soon as they're off the hook. In camp, or at home, I scale 'em using the back of a butter knife to get rid of the slime organs and oogy stuff. Then I just toss 'em in a black iron skillet with a little butter and salt inside. Cook 'em slow until the skin starts to peel away from the flesh and turn over. Repeat. Serve with fried taters and a cold beverage of your choice. Hope that you enjoy as much as I do.

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  • Del in KS
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    Salt and pepper roll in corn meal and fry in butter.

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  • wandering owl
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    Over an open fire right next to the stream you caught it from, if you can. Either roll them in flour, cornmeal and seasonings and pan fry till the skin gets crispy but the flesh is still moist, or butterly them and put in a fillet basket and roast over hot coals.

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  • Christian Emter
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    Smoking it is really good like Charley said. If you are up in the mountains cut off the head and fry them up in a fry pan it makes good eating.

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  • driggs5454
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    grill it after rubbing lemon juice and lemon pepper on it or whatever your favorite seasoning for fish is.

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  • kjflorian
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    All good posts above. I prefer to smoke them. It's a good way to cook up several of them at a time, then seal them up, and pull them out to snack on throughout the year.

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  • koeka
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    My opinion is the best way is the simplest way, wrap trout in foil, coat with butter and bread crumbs. 350 degree oven for 20-30 min. Works great with salmon as well.

    If you are going to pan fry keep the heat at a medium with butter and light seasoning

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