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    Fish thursday early we fill up cooler by day break all sand trouts not a bad fishing trip
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    Nice !!! sand trout eat just fine on my plate !!
    I dont always drink beer, but when i do , I prefer to be fishing !!!!!

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    I always cook them the same day. They do get mushy.
    Whatever it is,good or bad, God knows! Jeremiah 29:11

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moe View Post
    I always cook them the same day. They do get mushy.
    x2

    Nice looking cooler!
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    Love sand trout!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Moe View Post
    I always cook them the same day. They do get mushy.
    Used to do that then my uncle showed me if you want to freeze them first just gut them and freeze them whole then filet them when ever you get ready to cook them, keeps from getting mushy
    I dont always drink beer, but when i do , I prefer to be fishing !!!!!

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    I've never seen Sandies get mushy...although i hear everybody saying it.All the Sandies i froze were not mushy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Reef Drifter View Post
    Used to do that then my uncle showed me if you want to freeze them first just gut them and freeze them whole then filet them when ever you get ready to cook them, keeps from getting mushy
    Yep,my dad showed me this past summer

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    Nice.Aint nuthin wrong with sand trout.
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    Quote Originally Posted by trophytroutman View Post
    Nice.Aint nuthin wrong with sand trout.
    x2 we eat them and there fine no one ever spits it out give the blessing and eat.

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