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Re: First Tullie
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From Bemidji
Posts: 144
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woodchuck wrote:
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....
I have none of those things.

Posted on: 2010/2/2 0:25
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Re: First Tullie
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From Baxter, MN
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try rubbing stainless steel on your hands (stainless steel is supposed to be a great scent killer, saw it from Midwest outdoors)
or try mountain dew; some guys use mnt dew to wash hands after handling carp after a day of bowfishing

Posted on: 2010/2/2 12:10
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Re: First Tullie
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Just washed my hands about 10 times with dish soap and it seems pretty well gone.

Posted on: 2010/2/2 12:21
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Re: First Tullie
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From Baxter, MN
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once i know i have a tullibee on i try to take the hook out when its in the hole with pliers! once it gets on your gloves your gloves are dang near shot!

Posted on: 2010/2/2 12:29
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Re: First Tullie
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04/03/2007
From Vadnais Heights
Posts: 381
We had one on the other night and I released it just above the hole. Damn thing stunk up the house for a good 15 minutes. They are good smoked though if you can get past the smell.

Posted on: 2010/2/2 14:47
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Re: First Tullie
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05/27/2007
From Crosby, MN
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You know, I'm not sure about frying them but I have baked some large tullibees/whitefish and they turned out pretty decent. They are oily though so we drained the excess "fluid" out of the pan after they were done to avoid any fishy flavors.

Lemon pepper and Lawrys make anything taste fantastic!

Posted on: 2010/2/2 15:43
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Re: First Tullie
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12/30/2009
From Fargo, ND
Posts: 191
Any advice on where and when a guy could pick up a few of these fish? Thanks!

Big J

Posted on: 2010/2/2 17:03
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Re: First Tullie
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04/21/2004
From Bemidji, MN
Posts: 3945
See HERE.

Posted on: 2010/2/2 19:06
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Re: First Tullie
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01/08/2010
From Pelican Rapids, MN
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Pickling works great with them, I think it's better than pike. They don't have all the bones and the meat is firm. To make a good sized batch we like to have 8 to 12 fish. We do a ton of them each year in the smoker. The "stink " when you clean them isn't that bad...does any thing smell good when you gut it!!! When you get into them and they bite good, it can be a great time. The best we have ever done was 3 years ago, 2 guys, 2.75 hrs of fishing, 110 fish, 4 hrs of cleaning fish and then get them ready for the smoker. They should start going in the next few weeks, and go for about a month.

Posted on: 2010/2/2 21:17
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Re: First Tullie
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12/19/2007
From Bemidji
Posts: 107
Got a bunch of Tullies while out on Bemidji few years back; couple of the guys kept some to try. To my surprise, many of them were full of worms. And, I don't mean the black dots commonly mistaken for worms, the real deal. I have seen many perch with worms. Anyone else see this?

Posted on: 2010/2/2 21:31
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