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Old 11-25-2009, 07:08 PM
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Are stripers any good to eat? Serving suggestions?
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Old 11-25-2009, 11:29 PM
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No.They are full of toxins. Best just to catch and release
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Old 11-26-2009, 07:57 AM
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The smaller ones seem to yield the best size fillets for eating. Like any fish, they taste somewhat like what they are eating. I like to bake the fillets with strips of bacon on top. If you"re going to keep one to eat, you should bleed it and keep it cold upon landing it. Bleeding can be done quickly and easily by tearing or cutting a gill. I like to eat striper immediately, the same day. We will be having striper chowder for Thanksgiving evening meal.
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Old 11-26-2009, 09:50 AM
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Nana Jean wicked nice bass. #1 grease glass baking dish. #2 fillet and skin bass and lay in dish. #3 slice red and green peppers on top of bass. #4 add one can of plumptomatoes on top of bass. #5 bake in oven.#6 Pig out,,that good
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Old 11-26-2009, 10:19 AM
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Yes, delicious! I prefer fried. flaky like haddock. Also agreed: smaller is better, but make sure it's legal size. Bleed and ice. Eat that same day.
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Old 11-26-2009, 01:13 PM
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Yes you eat them it was a gift from God
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Old 11-27-2009, 04:43 PM
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I C&R most all fish I catch, but in the summer I keep a couple slot stripers to eat for me and the wife. I cut them into chunks and fry. Great fish to eat, fresh and saltwater. Yum, makes my mouth water.

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Old 11-28-2009, 08:43 AM
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I feed them to the dogs.
Great source for the Omegas and the oils keep their coats shiny.
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Old 11-28-2009, 01:32 PM
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Pretty good eating fish.
I like them baked with the tomato sauce recipe.

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Old 12-01-2009, 01:33 PM
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steamed with soy sauce ginger and lemon is great. top off with a small drizzle of sesame oil.
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Old 12-02-2009, 03:14 PM
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For saltwater.....mix a little dijon mustard and mayo - lightly coat fillets and bread.

Bake in oven 325 F for about 10-12 minutes (depending on size) - then broil for 5-7 (or until brown).

Very simple and very good eats.
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Old 12-02-2009, 06:00 PM
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Here's one I came up with that's become a family favorite

Spiced Striper Medallions
A blend of cajun, asian and southwestern styles.


Frozen striper cut into medallions, Works best with a larger fish.
Spices - annetto, salt, black pepper, garlic and cayenne pepper
Key Lime juice,

Hot pepper infused olive oil

One can of butterbeans,
About 8 little tiny Key West limes that were getting pretty hard,
One large onion,
One can of College Inn vegetable broth,
A handful of cherry tomatoes from the garden,
One cup of rice,
About 4 tablespoons of Old El Paso spicy enchilada sauce
One tuna fish sized can of water chestnuts
Soy sauce
Rice vinegar

Fillet the fish and remove every speck of red you can find, even down deep in the seams. This will leave you with 3 long strips of meat from each fillet.


Slice onion, carmalize in olive oil, remove onions with slotted spoon retaining oil in pan.
Spices - annetto, salt, black pepper, Key Lime juice, garlic and cayenne pepper.
Cut the fish into 1/2" thick x 3' around medallions (every tiny speck of red meat removed).
Liberally coat fish with the spice mix and squeezed lime juice. Allow to sit and absorb the spices and lime juice for about 20 minutes while the rice and butterbeans finish.
The medallions were then quickly sautéed in hot pepper infused olive oil that I first caramelized the sliced onions in.

Asian Risotto –
Asian themed with chunked up water chestnuts, a splash of rice vinegar, crushed garlic, a pinch of parsley for color, and a touch of soy sauce. One cup of rice, one tablespoon of butter, two cups of vegetable broth with a bit of water to mellow the taste.

The caramelized onions went over the risotto then the striper medallions went over that.

And on the side, Southwestern style spiced butterbeans with cherry tomatoes. Butterbeans, halved tomatoes, touch of olive oil, parsley, black pepper, pinch of salt, and 4/5 tbsp's of enchilada sauce. Cover and simmer on low stirring often to avoid sticking until the tomatoes start to soften but not come apart, about 15 to 20 minutes.

Served with home made lemonade for the kids, gin n tonics using the leftover key limes for the wife and I.
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Old 12-02-2009, 06:18 PM
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Here's another one that we really like a lot - big hit with the kids

Sudsy's Striper Cakes

3 eggs beaten
1 can Cambell's Cream of Celery soup
1/2 cup fresh Italian parsley chopped
1 tabl. dry mustard
2 tabl. spicy brown mustard
1 medium to large onion diced small
2 habanero peppers diced small (optional)
Salt, pepper, sugar to taste
1 shot worsch. sauce
2 or 3 tablespoons Old Bay
1 healthy shot hot sauce
2 pounds poached striper, all red meat carefully removed. Poached in College Inn Vegetable broth and Old bay seasoning.
About 6 slices of white bread (old dinner rolls are even better) ground to crumbs in a food processor.
About 1 cup +/- of Progresso Italian bread crumbs (as needed to tighten it up)
Good Olive oil for sautéing.

Poach striper, let cool.
Sauté the onion & pepper in olve oil until caramelized, cool.
In a bowl whisk the eggs, celery soup, parsley, dry mustard, spicy brown mustard & seasoning.
Mix in the poached cooled striper (shredding well) & cooled pepper & onions.
Sauté in olive oil in a hot pan until golden brown on both sides

You could also pat a little more Progresso Italian bread crumbs on the flat sides you will be sauteing for added crispyness.

Serve with tartar, or cocktail sauce.
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Old 12-05-2009, 09:33 PM
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Flotsum find sum other dog food if u not eating them putem back. Feeding them to ur dogs! That's a disgrace. Who does that I hope ur dogs choke and die on a bone. I could understand using the scraps or carcas but catching stripers to feed ur dog? Buy sum dogfood cheap skate.
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Old 12-06-2009, 01:12 AM
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First I like to apologize I don't hope ur dog dies my apologies.
Second I wouldn't call them holy Grail but I do respect the fish and I chase them with great passion it is my main target species even while targeting other fish I'm believing I'm gone get the rouge striper.
Thirdly, it's just like a guy who keeps a big fish just cause it's big to take pic, mount, etc. but then won't eat it. To me my opinion it's a waste. Wasting a natural resource to feed ur dog.
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