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Old 09-10-2013, 06:45 PM   #26
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Best way to prep pinks if you have too much is to make fish cake. Take meat and cut into chunks. Then grind the chunks in a food processor. Add flavour, put in bags, and freeze. When you're ready to make fish cakes, shape them into pucks and fry them up. If you like the fish cakes they have at Fujiya, these will be better, 'cause salmon is always tastier than the white fish meat they use.

I like my fish cakes sweet. You can make them salty or even make them spicy.
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My preferred salmon, next to sockeye is red spring. Cohoe, too if you smoke and can them right after.

I like chum, but only for its roe. Chum salmon roe fetches huge dollars in Japan. Most people don't know how to salt them properly........... anyway, I just happened to notice this thread. Sorry for the intrusion.......... back to VOT.
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Sorry, unllike your grandfather, I suck when it comes to fishing. Especially with a fishing rod. My fahter was so glad when he found out I hated fishing. Life as a fisherman sucked and that's not the kind of life he wanted for his son.
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Sorry, unllike your grandfather, I suck when it comes to fishing.
Grandfather, father, son meet?

But seriously, I suck too, and I not sure what to do when I catch a fish. Kill humanely, clean on spot? etc.
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Old 09-10-2013, 07:03 PM   #30
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But seriously, I suck too, and I not sure what to do when I catch a fish. Kill humanely, clean on spot? etc.
News flash........ your grandfather is dead. He'd be around 103 if he were still alive.

I will share with you pictures of your grandfather's 45 foot gilnetter one day.


Oh, club it over the head. A nice sharp blow to the head.
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If/when you catch one, what steps should you take next in order to be humane about it as well as the proper way to store till you get home.
knife between the eyes or smack it in the head with a rock/stick

throw it in a cooler with ice after gutting.
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Gut and chuck stuff back into water?

Sorry for noob questions, but I guess they could be helpful for anyone else that is new and wants to get started in fishing.

Now to work on casting, sometimes my line gets tangled on spool
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toss it back in the water or keep it for bait in crab traps.
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Sorry for noob questions, but I guess they could be helpful for anyone else that is new and wants to get started in fishing.

Now to work on casting, sometimes my line gets tangled on spool
Go to fishingwithrod.com or any bait/tackle shop, they will set you up.
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If anyone wants a free salmon tag, PM me. Walmart screwed up, had to re-issue me a license and gave my old one back so I have a spare which came off quite easily.
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Go to fishingwithrod.com or any bait/tackle shop, they will set you up.
Already have a rod and two buzz bombs, but thanks for the tip!
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Already have a rod and two buzz bombs, but thanks for the tip!
i would try some pink spoons as well as a few crocs, cant hurt to switch things up once in a while to see the types of reactions you get.

iirc nikka in steveston sells a 4 pack of white striped pink spoons for 7.99 bucks or something.
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Sockeye, coho and springs don't need to be put on ice right away. I usually just kill it and bleed it and leave it in the water until I leave. Pinks are a different story though. I find if you don't put it on ice right away the quality of the meat degrades a lot quicker than the other fish.
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Sockeye, coho and springs don't need to be put on ice right away. I usually just kill it and bleed it and leave it in the water until I leave. Pinks are a different story though. I find if you don't put it on ice right away the quality of the meat degrades a lot quicker than the other fish.
The longer you leave any dead salmon in water the faster the meat gets all mushy.
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where is everyone fishing these days?

fraser river is busy with people but no fish biting when i've been going,

i filled up my freezer with pinks from furry creek and squamish river and gonna smoke them tomorrow so i gotta replenish my stock
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where is everyone fishing these days?

fraser river is busy with people but no fish biting when i've been going,

i filled up my freezer with pinks from furry creek and squamish river and gonna smoke them tomorrow so i gotta replenish my stock
where have you been fishing? been slaying them up and down the fraser.

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ive been fishing at no 5 and dyke road area, no luck, went to duncan bar today, saw fish jump but no bites
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I've been going up to Aggasiz and see a lot of people catching fish under the agassiz Rosedale bridge.

The natives will be fishing on Saturday with their nets I wouldn't go on that day
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aggasiz is alittle too far, gonna try duncan bar again on wednesday
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