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Old 05-06-2012, 10:57 PM   #1
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Default Slayed the Lionfish today!

Got a taste for these last week, and decided to see how many I could get in a day.
3 tank trip - 5 dives ......37 lionfish (38 in pic since buddy got one!) Gonna fry some up tomorrow, and the rest will go in the freezer. Not in pic ,but on the menu are a nice flounder, and a slipper lobster that I couldn't pass up.
Edit, pic added from last weeks dinner.
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Old 05-06-2012, 11:05 PM   #2
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Looks like a great day on the water. I've got the mini pole spear but are you using that camo bag in the picture to put them in after you stab them?
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I hear they are good eating and you are doing the environment good with these vacuum cleaners of a fish!
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I thought they were poisonous.
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Old 05-06-2012, 11:17 PM   #5
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Yes....camo bag is thick enough, and has a wire hinged closure.
Only the spines are poisonous.....just clip them off.....takes about 10 seconds to clean a fish.
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How do you cook em? What would you compare them 2?
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I battered mine in egg/coconut creamer wash, oat flour and pan fried it in coconut oil. It was awesome!
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How do you cook em? What would you compare them 2?
Idk what I'd comparing them too but it is awesome, lights and fluffy.
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Did you get these in Pensacola???

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Thats insane,, good job on the slaughter,
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