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Fished the last 3 hours of the incoming tide with a buddy yesterday morning.  An east wind always seems to be tough on catching.  We managed to keep 16 trout, but it was constantly cranking the big motor to catch 1 or 2.  That was the pattern.  Thanks Minn Kota for the Ulterra!!!!!!  I will never go back to Neanderthal trollers!😀

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5 hours ago, JEM said:

Fished the last 3 hours of the incoming tide with a buddy yesterday morning.  An east wind always seems to be tough on catching.  We managed to keep 16 trout, but it was constantly cranking the big motor to catch 1 or 2.  That was the pattern.  Thanks Minn Kota for the Ulterra!!!!!!  I will never go back to Neanderthal trollers!😀

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Your supposed to put the ICE on top of the fish...not next to them :)

Nice catch..but, in all seriousness....there are lots of articles on icing trout, yellowtail, reds, etc. 

I keep mine in the soft cooler in the boat and the fish are ICE brined - 20lbs of ice and 1/2 bucket of salt water when the first keep comes aboard.

The flesh is easier to clean and the quality increased....

DC

 

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Hey Dino,  this picture was taken just before the electric filet knife cranked up and only an hour or two after they were caught.  And only a day or so before they go swimming in some real hot oil!  I ain't had anybody complain in  over 45 years of catching and frying trout .........yet.😀

I do agree with not letting your catch go through a heat, and I can assure you, these didn't!🐠

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