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poormans lobster

  • brianjkuphal
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    #1242198

    got on the river yesterday,probably almost the last trip in the boat for the season not much happening water temps are in the mid thirtys so ice up is getting close,boated a few small pike and some musky in the 30 inch mark/kept one northern for dinner at deer camp next week,poormans lobster,the best method is to put it in the broiler until it gets a golden shell on the outside then dipped in scalding butter,cant wait,good luck to all……

    stuwest
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    Elmwood, WI
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    #1009804

    do you cut that into horseshoe steaks when you broil it??

    icenutz
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    Aniwa, WI
    Posts: 2516
    #1009821

    Never had it in a Broiler, we boil it with onions, caraway seeds and salt. Dip in Butter and mmmm good!!!

    I have a fish fry every year for the people in our office and the Poormans lobster is gone before the deep fried Perch and Walleye!

    2iceman
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    Gem Lake, Minnesota
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    #1009831

    What River I had 46 degrees on Pool 4 yesterday.

    mbenson
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    Minocqua, Wisconsin
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    #1009851

    Probably the Flambeau River near Park Falls, WI… I actually drove by a shallow lake this a.m. and it was completely frozen over and had a light dusting of snow on top!!!

    Mark

    stuwest
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    Elmwood, WI
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    #1009987

    brian-
    are you pulling the Y bones on those northerns??

    brianjkuphal
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    Posts: 153
    #1010031

    many ways to serve it,my method is to fillet it just the same as a waleye ,then broil it and pick it apart as i eat it ,mostly adults in our crew so we dont have to worry about childeren choking on a bone,ive see some peopel take the y’s out but you usually loose a lot of fish in the process…enjoy

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