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What a Nice Catch!

Posted on February 4, 2014 by team

This 38,15 kg (84lb) carp is a really wow catch! But some fishermen say that the older it is the less tasty it becomes. Do you agree?


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4 Responses to “What a Nice Catch!”

  1. Jean says:

    That is a karper (in Dutch language) But its a big one and kudo,s to the fisher. Don,t eat it as there is a heavy ground taste on the meat, and beside this, RODINA has caviar and salmon. So put this fish back for another day.

  2. Steven says:

    The taste bad no matter what size they are.

  3. Tony says:

    The best way to eat Carp is to cook them on a well seasoned oak plank over charcoal. When done, throw away the carp and eat the board.

  4. hogwash says:

    Carp is easy: Catch the carp. Clean the carp (they’re easy to clean). Filet the carp. Cook the carp very slowly in lots of butter in a pan either on the stove or in the oven. Again: Slowly. Very slowly.

    (Why butter? Why so slow? Because carp never tastes all that good, as like most bottom feeders and scavenger-fish — but they’re nutritious and filling, nonetheless.)

    When done (when is fresh fish done, really? that part is to taste) extract the carp filets, and discard the butter. Add more (fresh) butter, and/or or tarter sauce, and/or lemon juice, black pepper, or whatever floats your boat, and consume.

    To be clear: It’s certainly not salmon. It’s not even catfish. But it can be a good meal, and the more of them that we eat, the fewer of them that we must throw back to further compete with other, more-tasty fish.

    So cook some biscuits, eat them with the buttery mud-tasting carp, and live to enjoy life for another day. Perhaps tomorrow will yield something more delicious.

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