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Thread: Remoras as table fare, reported to be good

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    Quote Originally Posted by Haywire View Post
    I'd swap places with the remora.
    show her your pier mouse, ya never know ;-)

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    I like remora! They just need to be the really big ones because as you could tell from the video, there's not a lot of meat on them in relation to the size of the fish. Strange that the guy in the video didn't cut out the dark lateral line, which is what I do with all fish that I fillet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fshntime View Post
    Sorry to be the one to break the news to y'all George, but I think she'd rather have the Ramora. I suppose this means you will eat all the doughnuts before I get there as punishment, but I'm just being honest!
    I don't know, Todd -- she might find the remora a little -- clingy!

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    OH Man! I'm laughing so hard from reading this thread my gut hurts.
    And what has been seen cannot be unseen, damn.
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    Die if you must, but die on your home turf with your face to the wind, not in some stinking hellhole 2,000 kilometers away, among people you neither know nor care about.

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    Haywire, I hope you're talking about swapping places with the remora in the girl picture!
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    Too little delivered when filleted but quality of flesh good.
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    Remote is great, I kept one that was 4.5 pounds at Panama last fall. Grilled half, friend half. No ish taste or smell at all

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bigbass9841 View Post
    Remora is great, I kept one that was 4.5 pounds at Panama last fall. Grilled half, fried half. No fish taste or smell at all
    Yeah, If you catch big ones, they're excellent. I'll try them grilled next time. I've always fried them!
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