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#11022730 - 08/05/15 04:19 PM Sand Bass
Bassboy99 Offline
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Registered: 01/30/14
Posts: 16
Hey everybody caught a lot of sandies and feel like experimenting a little, what ways do you cook your sandies? Grill? Fry? Bake? How do you do it I wanna try some new recipes!

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#11023933 - 08/06/15 07:58 AM Re: Sand Bass [Re: Bassboy99]
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Registered: 11/16/09
Posts: 784
Loc: HONDO, TEXAS
i like to scale em and fry em whole.
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#11025783 - 08/06/15 07:45 PM Re: Sand Bass [Re: Bassboy99]
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Outdoorsman

Registered: 08/18/08
Posts: 136
Loc: Wylie, Tx.
Grilling - Soak the filets in balsamic vinegar for a hour or so in the frig. Wrap the filets around onion, jalapeno, bell pepper or all of them. Then wrap the filet in bacon and secure with a toothpick. Grill them until the bacon is cooked. This is by far my favorite.

Frying - I coat the filets in yellow mustard and the use the Louisiana fish fry, flavor depends on what I have or who I am cooking for, and then fry in peanut oil.

Baking - We bake them on occasion as well. Just some olive oil with salt and pepper. Bake until they flake.

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#11026291 - 08/07/15 05:44 AM Re: Sand Bass [Re: Bassboy99]
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Big Sprocket Bob

Registered: 10/25/06
Posts: 43448
Loc: White Settlement, TX.
Soak them in buttermilk for several hours. Drege and fry.
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#11034413 - 08/11/15 01:38 AM Re: Sand Bass [Re: Bassboy99]
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Angler

Registered: 04/08/15
Posts: 265
Loc: Kennedale, TX
I lightly salt each fillet then cover them with yellow corn meal seasoned with zesty lemon pepper seasoning. I fill a tray with corn meal then sprinkle the lemon pepper right on the cornmeal. I place the lightly salted fish in this tray, flip the fish over to coat the other side, then deep fry. My wife loves it.

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#11035706 - 08/11/15 03:31 PM Re: Sand Bass [Re: Bassboy99]
badgrandad Offline
Angler

Registered: 07/08/08
Posts: 483
Loc: Fort Worth, Texas
I cut the red out and put a pat or two of butter (or 3) in a pan, coat both sides of the fish with seasoning (usually cajun) and pan fry them. I've even done this with corn meal and eaten them for breakfast!
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#11037603 - 08/12/15 01:03 PM Re: Sand Bass [Re: Bassboy99]
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Extreme Angler

Registered: 04/16/09
Posts: 1216
Loc: Dallas, Tx
I like to dip them in an egg bath, then coat in flour seasoned with Lowry's seasoning salt and pan fry that in a skillet with butter. Smaller fillets are easier to flip.

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#11040913 - 08/13/15 09:35 PM Re: Sand Bass [Re: Bassboy99]
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Registered: 08/23/07
Posts: 2888
Loc: Between here and there
Soak them in Tabasco for a couple of hours, the heat is not there but the flavor is
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#11048995 - 08/18/15 11:13 AM Re: Sand Bass [Re: Bassboy99]
tin man 55 Offline
Outdoorsman

Registered: 07/30/15
Posts: 103
Loc: Flower Mound, TX
so, is the key for sand bass that you need to cut off the red part of the meat? I've tried cooking them several ways but always get that fishy taste that you don't get from crappie.

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#11050593 - 08/19/15 07:23 AM Re: Sand Bass [Re: Bassboy99]
slim1 Offline
Pro Angler

Registered: 05/24/13
Posts: 547
Loc: Cooper, TX
Had some last night. Louisiana Fish Fry and throw them in the hot oil. Was real good.
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#11050897 - 08/19/15 10:12 AM Re: Sand Bass [Re: Bassboy99]
scott01 Offline
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Registered: 06/07/02
Posts: 12372
Loc: Bedford
Always get the red meat out of sandies, hybrids or stripers. I just use cornmeal for the coating with just a little flour and some Old Bay for seasoning. No dredgin in milk, egg,s mustard, etc. Lightly dust the fillets with some Old Bay, coat and fry.

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#11070779 - 08/29/15 03:24 AM Re: Sand Bass [Re: Bassboy99]
JayRBV Offline
Outdoorsman

Registered: 01/24/12
Posts: 112
Loc: West Lake Hills, TX
Same as striper and hybrids. Cut the red meat off.
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#11134750 - 09/29/15 10:24 AM Re: Sand Bass [Re: Lowly Net Boy]
REDGUN Offline
Pro Angler

Registered: 04/01/10
Posts: 569
Loc: DFW Metromess
Originally Posted By: Yeaitsme
Soak them in Tabasco for a couple of hours, the heat is not there but the flavor is


I saw this ^^^^ the other day and tried it with Franks Red Hot sauce. Lets just say that I will NEVER throw another legal sandbass back in the lake!!!!
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#11157382 - 10/11/15 01:10 PM Re: Sand Bass [Re: Bassboy99]
BAIT956 Offline
Angler

Registered: 02/27/03
Posts: 354
Loc: Lake Fork Tx.
Has anybody ever tried smoking sand bass? Unless I get negative replies, I will give it a shot.

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#11157391 - 10/11/15 01:26 PM Re: Sand Bass [Re: Bassboy99]
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Registered: 01/27/14
Posts: 867
There was an old game warden [Harley Burge], don't know if spelling is correct, had a T.V. show and he always talked about smoking them whole hanging them like jerky.

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