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First Tullie
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Got out tonight to my usual spot (16 FOW) and thinking I had on a nice walleye on this came up the hole. First one I have ever caught. How would you go about cooking this? I hear they are no good fried and really dont have access to a smoker.

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Posted on: 2010/2/1 22:43
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Re: First Tullie
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Cut the head off and gut it, bring it to the Bemidji Fish Locker.

Congrats on your first. Living up here, it's the first of many....

Posted on: 2010/2/1 23:03
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Re: First Tullie
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Thanks, do you know if it matters if it is fileted out already?

Posted on: 2010/2/1 23:13
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Re: First Tullie
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For tullies, they are great smoked! If you already filleted it, just put the head back on and tap the skin back and it will take off to reproduce! ....they are a heckuva stinky fish, and good for you for filleting it!
If you get into them, just gill/gut it and take it to the locker plant, they will smoke it for you and you will be good to go!
I haven't had them pan fried, but if you filleted it, try it out and post the results!
Looks like you had a good night regardless!
T

Posted on: 2010/2/1 23:19
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Re: First Tullie
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birddog131 wrote:
For tullies, they are great smoked! If you already filleted it, just put the head back on and tap the skin back and it will take off to reproduce! ....they are a heckuva stinky fish, and good for you for filleting it!
If you get into them, just gill/gut it and take it to the locker plant, they will smoke it for you and you will be good to go!
I haven't had them pan fried, but if you filleted it, try it out and post the results!
Looks like you had a good night regardless!
T
Well at least I know now. I hope this smell comes off my hands soon, it's horrible. I will be sure to post how it comes out though.

Posted on: 2010/2/1 23:25
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Re: First Tullie
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Probably to oily to pan fry but most ppl smoke them and i know a guy who pickles them

Posted on: 2010/2/1 23:27
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Re: First Tullie
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Kurt08 wrote:
Probably to oily to pan fry but most ppl smoke them and i know a guy who pickles them
I'm going to give pickling a try.

Posted on: 2010/2/1 23:33
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Re: First Tullie
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Probably should've researched it a bit.... the smell will last 3 days.... ;)

Posted on: 2010/2/1 23:38
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Re: First Tullie
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wash your hands in 3 parts table salt ,2 parts bakeing soda with just a 1/2 tea spoon of vinager to remove the smell! rub hands wet with mixture for a few seconds ,or until the salt disolves....

Posted on: 2010/2/1 23:49
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Re: First Tullie
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Northcountry wrote:
Probably should've researched it a bit.... the smell will last 3 days.... ;)
damnit..I really didnt expect to catch tullibee in 16 fow

Posted on: 2010/2/2 0:24
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