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    What is oil is recommended for frying up fillets ? When I see photos or TV fishing shows there seems to be about 2 inches of oil that the fillets swim in...this seems to me to be at least 1 large bottle of cooking oil.... is that about right ?....I go with my 25 year old son & we fry up only 1 3 lb Pike or a couple of smaller walleye or bass for our shore lunch.
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    Most true shore lunches are cooked in lard . Canola sunflower and grape seed are all good choices.


    hound

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    I agree with Hound...lard's the way to go for sure.

    My Dad was a guide for many years on Dog and Lobourough...he taught me the ways of the shore lunch and the inherited guide pans were passed down.

    This is me and my girl, last year at Fortune Lake......

    Cheers

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    great pic!
    now thats the life !

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    Agree with Hound - "lard" .. However, that is a vein blocker - but tasty... Hummm
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    The outdoors is my cathedral!!

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    iv used conola oil and it worked pretty good
    makes me hungry just readin this. mm

    SH

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    i've always liked and preferred to do my fillets in a little bacon grease.

    Bacon first
    Then eggs easy over or grits (which ever your doing with them )
    Then fillets
    Then lightly toast your bread iusing whatever grease is left over.

    Heart attack city but oooh so good.

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    I use canola with a bit of butter thrown in for flavour.

    mmm...the idea of toasting your bread in bacon grease sounds good!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by D.J. View Post
    I use canola with a bit of butter thrown in for flavour.

    mmm...the idea of toasting your bread in bacon grease sounds good!!
    i like doing that to with canola oil!
    i really like doing that !
    it tastes amazing!

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    k...peanut oil hands down is the best sh** for frying. its the same oil that Popeye's uses for their chicken.

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