Best Eating Fish in So Cal?

Discussion in 'Fishing Chit Chat' started by jiminoc, Aug 3, 2006.

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Type of local fish you like to eat

  1. Dorado

    16.9%
  2. Yellowtail

    15.1%
  3. Halibut

    20.5%
  4. Mako

    4.0%
  5. Thresher

    3.1%
  6. Tuna

    12.6%
  7. White SeaBass

    21.5%
  8. Calico Bass

    6.3%
  1. jiminoc
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    Whats the fish you love to eat the most that are able to be caught in the local so cal waters?
  2. gaff_ya_good
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    splitfin tuna
  3. Smudge
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    You left out Crappie...


    And "Tuna" doesn't cut it. BFT, YFT, BET, Bonito, and Albert. They're all different.
  4. bertram31
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    Hey there Gary, good to be in the Halibut eatin company with you buddy !!!!!

    Go Halibut LOL

    Jack
  5. jiminoc
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    yea but they're are too many tuna types to list out one by one. didn't want to have a 30 option poll :)
  6. michael
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    Man this is a tough one, there all good........
  7. Smudge
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    You'd only add 4 above what you have. BFT is my personal favorite BTW..
  8. saltydogmr
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    Whatever is on the business end of my fork. Although I Think GAFF YA GOOD has the only option that doesnt taste like shit if its over cooked, (unless you have a slip of the tounge).:rofl:
  9. wahoodad
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    Albacore, not on list. Number one, way better than wahoo.
  10. roxfisher
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    I have never had Wahoo, but that would be Bill's pick, although it is rather tough to catch local.
    Halibut is right there with my all time favorite WSB. It also depends upon how you prepare it.
    For the bodyguard, albacore sashimi, but we have all the tuna and yellowtail varieties as sashimi. Blue fin, marinated in balsamic vinegar, cracked pepper and some good olive oil, grilled until almost done, then sprinkle with lemon, chives and then top with a pat of butter just before removing from grill.
    Smoked Yellowfin makes the best tuna salad.
    Can't beat lingcod for fish tacos. Dorado, encrusted with either macadamia nuts and coconut served with mango salsa.

    DAMN they are all good.

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