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11-01-2007 05:27 PM
tdw
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Originally Posted by TrueBlue View Post
Yeah-yeah! Point is still the same . . . Salmon live much of their lives in sea water.
No denying that dear boy, no denying that.
11-01-2007 07:12 AM
TrueBlue Yeah-yeah! Point is still the same . . . Salmon live much of their lives in sea water.
10-31-2007 09:12 PM
tdw
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Originally Posted by TrueBlue View Post
seabreeze - As far as I know, Atlantic Salmon live their first few years in ocean water, breed and travel up stream to where they were born to spawn.
Think you have it a bit out of whack there TB. Atlantic Salmon are born upstream, move out to sea where they mature, then return to their home stream where they travel upstream to spawn and die. Eggs are fertilised upstream and hatch there. So the breeding is all upstream.


ps - while I'm not a huge fan of fresh water fish freshly caught Rainbow Trout is a yummy.
10-31-2007 09:05 PM
xort TB posted "Every Father's Day, my daughter prepares a seafood dish for her Dad. Here's a shot I took of the paella dish she made this year . . . to complement the lobster bisque my wife made. It was good!"

In my best John Belushi/Blues Bros. voice..."How much for the women? Your women, how much?"

With servings like that I'd guess you'll want a pretty fair price. Perhaps you'll trade for an Oyster 49?
10-31-2007 05:21 PM
TrueBlue seabreeze - As far as I know, Atlantic Salmon live their first few years in ocean water, breed and travel up stream to where they were born to spawn.
10-31-2007 05:11 PM
seabreeze_97 Breed in the ocean?
10-31-2007 01:54 PM
TrueBlue I hear yah Bardo - always been a sea dweller, it's in our blood.

Aside from salmon (which breed in the ocean and swim upstream to spawn anyway), I'm not a fan of fresh water fish. I've caught, cooked and have eating trout, pike, perch, bass, etc., during camping trips with family and friends . . . but it does nothing for me. Plus fresh water fish is very boney.
10-31-2007 01:44 PM
Bardo TB,
We are soul mates (sole mates?). I grew up on the Cape and ate striper, blues, flounder, tuna and swordfish almost exclusively. The look and taste of soft, freshwater fish makes me gag.
10-31-2007 01:44 PM
hertfordnc I moved to North Carolina ten years ago. There's not much evidence of my heritage but I did win the office soup cookoff a few years ago with my father Kale Soup.

The judges had never seen anthing like it.
10-31-2007 01:40 PM
xort Fresh water perch lightly battered is a wonderful thing.
Steelhead (lake run rainbow trout) from Lake Michigan is also excellent cooked any way you like it.
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