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Springer2  
01/05/2012 09:32PM
Take three 13.8" smallmouth bass (that's the Canadian conservation license size limit folks) , dip in Hodgson Mills "Don's Chuck Wagon" Fish & Chips batter (no preservatives, no MSG) throw a stick of Crisco in the frying pan and presto--good as it looks!

 
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Savage Voyageur  
01/05/2012 11:21PM
That sure looks good, never thought of using a batter, might have to try.
Frenchy  
01/06/2012 05:49AM
Really looks and sounds good. Thanks.
Mongo65  
01/11/2012 09:22PM
We've been doing breading for each trip. Batter may be a good change of pace this summer.
fitgers1  
01/11/2012 09:29PM
That looks real tasty. How long will I have to fish to get three 13.8" smallies though? lol
I'll try it!
Thanks
CORIOLIS  
01/12/2012 02:52PM
quote Springer2: "Take three 13.8" smallmouth bass (that's the Canadian conservation license size limit folks) , dip in Hodgson Mills "Don's Chuck Wagon" Fish & Chips batter (no preservatives, no MSG) throw a stick of Crisco in the frying pan and presto--good as it looks!

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Thanks for the good idea. I might even have to sacrifice a portion of the daily ration of an MGD for the batter. Fresh caught beer battered fried fish. Sounds good except I don't know how my buddy is going to react when he realizes he's going to have to haul in a propane deep frier and a bunch of fresh potatoes for the obligatory chips!
inspector13  
01/12/2012 04:06PM

That brand is very tasty, but beware of how much you batter the fillets. I was used to another brand and used that one on thinner pan fish fillets. It turned out like hushpuppies with a piece of fish inside.... It was good though; I got some wows and no complaints.

Dennisal  
01/13/2012 12:04PM
I use this breading and it is really good. I have diluted the batter with beer for a very nice 'beer batter breading'. I usually thin the batter a lot in order not to have too thick of a breading on the fish.

 
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