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Old 07-22-2016, 08:30 AM   #1
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I doubt I'll ever be as good a cook as some of you guys, but I get so many questions about cooking the reds we catch that I made a video.

I'm sure I'll learn a lot from your feedback and suggestions on cooking fish, just as I have on catching and cleaning fish.

Bon appetitte.
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Looks good to me.
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I got one question, where can you catch bull reds at?
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I got one question, where can you catch bull reds at?
Alabama

Red Drum** 16" min. - 26" max TL 3 per person - 1 oversized fish allowed in the 3 fish creel limit

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Alabama, Mississippi or Louisiana
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I got one question, where can you catch bull reds at?
http://youtu.be/pL2RLjTmdmI

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