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Peeks through the trees.. Ohh I see the lake
:) thanks Chickie
Beautiful. Thanks Sandy!!
Sounds like a good plan. Everyone learns how to do it that way.
The rule at the lake was always...."You catch 'em, you clean 'em" (no matter WHAT our age)....unless it involved fine fileting....then mom did it!
It was worth it then, but I try not to eat like that anymore. LOL
Thank you PLG and Jack.
mimi, I'm on my way!
beautiful, i love it!
Tex, I'll meet you at Red Lobster! You come meet us too, chickiemama, we'll just buy you biscuits. Nice puzzle!
Very inviting! Thanks, CM!
Sound like it may be worth the time tu scale them!
Love those Red Lobster bisquits. Not so much for all the buttery food they serve.
Oh morris, I can remember the flavor of pan fish I mom used to fry when we were kids. And that crispy salted skin. Yummy
Beautiful trees. I would have no idea how to skin a fish, much less how to cook it. Red Lobster, here I come!
Cat fish are the hardest tu clean, getting that skin off! I just fillet the pan fish also. I don't bother scaling them. You really do not lose that much meat. I know, some people say that the flavor is in the skin.
Deal! I can clean and filet catfish, but hate scaling pan fish.
Pretty picture!! You catch 'em, I clean 'em, was that the deal.
Rend Lake ~ Southern Illinois.