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#11423671 - 02/18/16 05:56 PM white bass taste test
whatever Offline
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Just curious which taste better the large ones or the smaller ones. Many of my friends like the smaller ones.

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#11423763 - 02/18/16 06:32 PM Re: white bass taste test [Re: whatever]
willweg Offline
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Never noticed, but you have me curious now. I'll test it out Saturday after I come home with a limit of whites... smile

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#11423779 - 02/18/16 06:38 PM Re: white bass taste test [Re: whatever]
Grainraiser Offline
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The ones I catch are nearly all the same size so I never really noticed a change in taste.

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#11423797 - 02/18/16 06:50 PM Re: white bass taste test [Re: Grainraiser]
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They all are good! It just don't get any better! thumb


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#11423864 - 02/18/16 07:18 PM Re: white bass taste test [Re: whatever]
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I like to catch the big ones but prefer to eat the smaller ones.

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#11423909 - 02/18/16 07:37 PM Re: white bass taste test [Re: skeeter22]
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I cant tell any taste difference, but I like eating the smaller ones. I prefer them because the fillets are just the right thickness and cook very well and float quickly. The last bunch of sand bass I got into at Twok, were very big and they looked like striper fillets.
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#11424024 - 02/18/16 08:27 PM Re: white bass taste test [Re: whatever]
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Large white bass get that way from having plenty of forage where they tend to attain those football shapes which can mean more fatty filets.
Also the red blood line is heavier on larger fish, which if not removed tends to effect the taste on either size fish.
If you remove that red meat from the side of the filet (easier to remove from bigger fish, smaller ones not worth the trouble) of either size, you probably would have a hard time telling the difference according to size.


Edited by Jimbo (02/18/16 08:32 PM)
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#11424058 - 02/18/16 08:38 PM Re: white bass taste test [Re: whatever]
Luke57 Offline
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Banker that's a great pic
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#11424095 - 02/18/16 08:51 PM Re: white bass taste test [Re: banker-always fishing]
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Originally Posted By: banker-always fishing
They all are good! It just don't get any better! thumb




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#11424274 - 02/18/16 10:02 PM Re: white bass taste test [Re: whatever]
TroyKing Online   content
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I grilled some on the half shell and they were great.had a unique flavor that you don't get with bass or crappie.They were all about 2#rs.
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#11424279 - 02/18/16 10:04 PM Re: white bass taste test [Re: whatever]
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they all taste the same to me, I don't care for them, but some people do


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#11424562 - 02/19/16 06:28 AM Re: white bass taste test [Re: banker-always fishing]
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Originally Posted By: banker-always fishing
They all are good! It just don't get any better! thumb




Yum!!!!
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#11424597 - 02/19/16 07:04 AM Re: white bass taste test [Re: whatever]
Timmychanga Offline
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I wash my whites/crappie in this for 10 min.Any scales,leftover blood, or fatty parts rise to the top and flow out. Then you cant tell between a white or crappie and they taste great. I hang it in a tree and you have to use a graden hose. It spins the water and fish with air mixed with water.





Edited by Scott 79602 (02/19/16 07:06 AM)
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#11424618 - 02/19/16 07:20 AM Re: white bass taste test [Re: whatever]
Dennis Christian Offline
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I agree with Jimbo. The large ones don't taste as well unless you cut the red meat out - like you would for hybrids and stripers.
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#11424625 - 02/19/16 07:24 AM Re: white bass taste test [Re: Timmychanga]
TCK73 Online   content
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Originally Posted By: Scott 79602
I wash my whites/crappie in this for 10 min.Any scales,leftover blood, or fatty parts rise to the top and flow out. Then you cant tell between a white or crappie and they taste great. I hang it in a tree and you have to use a graden hose. It spins the water and fish with air mixed with water.





Interesting, I just thought of another use for it. Where could one go look at these? Home Depot maybe?
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