From lake to plate. *busse edition*

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From lake to plate. *busse edition*

Postby bassman29 » Oct Mon 19, 2015 8:56 am

Step 1. Head to busse and haul in a few of these
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Step 2. Butterfly trout
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Step 3. Sauté some bacon,shallots,garlic
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Step 4. Let mixture cool then combine with parsley, parm cheese, bread crumbs and an egg
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Step 5. Stuff trout with mixture drizzle with olive oil salt and pepper
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Step 6. Bake at 350 for about 20 min. I do mine on grill over indirect heat
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Step 7. Remove and squirt with lemon juice
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Step 8. Enjoy
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Postby Dr. Utssab » Oct Mon 19, 2015 8:58 am

Nice! We're there a million guys out even with the cold weather?
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Postby bassman29 » Oct Mon 19, 2015 9:03 am

Dr. Utssab wrote:Nice! We're there a million guys out even with the cold weather?


Yeah but not as flooded as axe. Most were just leaning over dam so space was to be had along shore and on rocks. Fp cops were out in force so just a reminder to all....check ur limits and have your trout stamp
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Postby Skifish1 » Oct Mon 19, 2015 9:08 am

Thanks for reminder it's convenient for me to stop there after work and cast for half hour
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Postby urbanHog312 » Oct Mon 19, 2015 10:21 am

just...yes. that looks amazing.

I stopped by north pool last night to check it out after doing some downstate troutin'. Trout opener is a chicago tradition, I actually enjoy the crowds and watching all the goofballs. the scene at the dam however, was frightening. 15 dudes leaning over jigging a piece of powerbait. I felt obligated to take a snapchat of the chaos. I saw one guy get a citation. blows my mind that people show up to these things and think they can get away with over harvesting.
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Postby achotrod » Oct Mon 19, 2015 10:25 am

Looks tasty!
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Postby jmdog2003 » Oct Mon 19, 2015 10:40 am

Mmmm nice post!
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Postby polishfly » Oct Mon 19, 2015 10:54 am

Damnit...is it lunch time yet???? Great post, pics, and motivation to eat.
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Postby Zenfish » Oct Mon 19, 2015 11:29 am

Great report. Everything tastes better with bacon!
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Postby wiktor911 » Oct Mon 19, 2015 2:21 pm

Yum!
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Postby Aux Pleins » Oct Mon 19, 2015 3:47 pm

My cat would like to lick that plate when you're done with it.
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Postby bassman29 » Oct Mon 19, 2015 3:48 pm

urbanHog312 wrote:just...yes. that looks amazing.

I stopped by north pool last night to check it out after doing some downstate troutin'. Trout opener is a chicago tradition, I actually enjoy the crowds and watching all the goofballs. the scene at the dam however, was frightening. 15 dudes leaning over jigging a piece of powerbait. I felt obligated to take a snapchat of the chaos. I saw one guy get a citation. blows my mind that people show up to these things and think they can get away with over harvesting.


prob just missed you. seeing them all huddled around the dam was pretty funny. I was on the rocks just to the right of them. there was 1 guy with a massive bass crank bait casting parallel to shore getting everyone tied up...got pretty annoying. I may or may not have yelled in his direction a few times. emphasis on may.
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Postby rigmewacky » Oct Mon 19, 2015 4:15 pm

Wow Kev that looks amazing! I see you can do more than just toss hotdogs on the bbq. :moresarcasm:
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Postby minstrel » Oct Mon 19, 2015 7:12 pm

Great trout post, was wondering if anyone else was out there. I was prepared but not successful :cry: I think I'll give your recipe a shot though when I am! :thumbup:

What time were you out there? I was on the side closest the road til late aft and was surprised at the lower turn-out. Then I went to the far side and it was totally different, super crowded. And, yes, there were 15 people all with a line in most also with a bobber at the damn. That was bonkers :shock: :crazy:

I heard a guy, who was still fishing, boast to a friend on his cell that he had "already caught seven of them". :x
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Postby bassman29 » Oct Mon 19, 2015 7:33 pm

minstrel wrote:Great trout post, was wondering if anyone else was out there. I was prepared but not successful :cry: I think I'll give your recipe a shot though when I am! :thumbup:

What time were you out there? I was on the side closest the road til late aft and was surprised at the lower turn-out. Then I went to the far side and it was totally different, super crowded. And, yes, there were 15 people all with a line in most also with a bobber at the damn. That was bonkers :shock: :crazy:

I heard a guy, who was still fishing, boast to a friend on his cell that he had "already caught seven of them". :x


if you are facing the water I was on the right side of dam literally standing on waters edge on a few of the rocks. was the only one really on that side. would cast into that small corner pool to the right of me then back to about the middle of dam area and yo yo the lure along the rocks edge
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Postby bobberwatcher » Oct Tue 20, 2015 10:43 pm

Looks good! I just finished cleaning and freezing my 4th batch of trout since saturday. I freeze them in a marinade of lemon, spices and diced jalepenos. Each time I say enough is enough, either no more fishing or release them but I know I'll be back out and they'll end up in my freezer. Saw a guy catch over 20 trout today, says he planned to release them. Hmmmm.....
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Postby FISHdank » Oct Tue 20, 2015 10:49 pm

Hey thats not a hot dog!!
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Postby BassCaster » Oct Wed 21, 2015 9:36 am

Dinner is served :thumbup: With a cold Cerveza

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Postby RonG » Oct Wed 21, 2015 10:36 am

I gained 5 lbs staring at those pictures. :shock:

Wow! Nice job.
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Postby JustinCarf » Oct Thu 22, 2015 12:52 pm

Damn. You throw down in the kitchen! That looks delicious.
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