Do you love big bluegill?
im moving to Oregon and looking to meet anyone on this site that is from Oregon.
Okay y'all...here we go! First, fillet about 15 quality sized gills ( 8-9.5 inches), skin them, and check thoroughly for bone removal. Put a pot of water on medium heat and add the fillets, bringing the pot eventually to a slow boil. As the pot heats up, occasionally stir the fillets, as they will break down and flake nicely.Continue
Caught several different species: Redear, Bluegill, Green Sunfish, Redbreast, Smallmouth, Largemouth, and Chub.
NEVER FISHED OUTTA STATE THIS LATE IN THE SEASON AND NEED SOMEONE TO WISH ME LUCK WITH THE NEW BOAT AND DOUG... Neither of us get around as good as we used to and may have to try going deeper for the Redears and Gills . Going to lake Sugema , which we've both been too many times before , in the Southeast corner of the State . Leaving Monday morning and weather is supposed to be good I hope !!!!!!
I'll miss ya all and hope to have a few pics when we get back......
Hope to do some fishing this weekend. Haven't decided on where to go yet or what species to target. Will it be a Smallmouth roundup, a Bowfin bonanza, a BillyGar bruising, or another chapter in the Rocky saga?
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Added by Bruce Condello on September 6, 2013 at 7:54pm — No Comments
any one want to blog about the hook the pick for pan fish and why? i keep trying several sizes and a couple shapes and never seem to find that perfect hook.
Just a quick blog for those who want to remove the pinbones from their bluegill fillets. In the pic below, the fillet has been started and the top of the ribcage is exposed...Continue