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Old 03-03-2016, 08:22 PM   #1
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Had the cats I caught from my post the other day in a milk and seasoning bath since I cleaned them....Egg battered and double breaded in some Tony's cajun fish fry and added seasoning! MMMMMMMM The ole lady mixed up some quiet dog mix, made some fries with some fried shrimp and sauteed shrimp made fer a good ole dinner!!! Stuffed like a tick now!

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Bullheads & 1 channel cat. Looks good.
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Don't bullheads have a really sweet yellow meat?? I think I grew up calling them pollywogs
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Don't bullheads have a really sweet yellow meat?? I think I grew up calling them pollywogs
Never called em bullheads....pollywogs, butters, yeller bellies, mud cat is what we always called em.... Didn't notice the meat being yeller until I egg washed em...they have a little more blood vein in em then the channel but it didn't taste "fishy"....
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Nooo! Don't remember them being fishy at all. They are the best!
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They are good & real easy to skin. Look up bullheads that's what they look like. Some have a yellow tint.
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It's been a long time since I've eaten any butter cat. That looks delicious !
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Quiet dog mix...took me a second
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Awesome spread!
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Yummy!
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