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#4799257 - 04/30/10 01:19 AM Eating a gasper goo???
Fins of Fury Offline
Angler

Registered: 04/16/10
Posts: 493
Loc: Myrtle Springs
Caught a mess of fish out of the navasota tonight...crappie, bass, sandies, and a gasper goo (prolly 2 pounds)...I went ahead and filleted it and plan on frying it with the rest...Will I need to call a MD in the morning?
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#4799415 - 04/30/10 05:44 AM Re: Eating a gasper goo??? [Re: Fins of Fury]
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Registered: 06/27/09
Posts: 3237
Loc: Mineola
No sir. Goos are good eating, especially those under 5 to 6 pounds. Bon Apetit chef

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#4799581 - 04/30/10 07:29 AM Re: Eating a gasper goo??? [Re: Curt0407]
bfs0078 Offline
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Registered: 10/26/09
Posts: 1632
Loc: georgetown Tx
I know alot of guy that catch goo and eat them. They told me that they just mix it in with the rest of the fish and can't tell the difference.
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#4800225 - 04/30/10 09:47 AM Re: Eating a gasper goo??? [Re: bfs0078]
fiSherwood Offline
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Registered: 01/02/07
Posts: 4926
Loc: Northern Michigan
You might even like it! Same finny family as redfish and seatrout; both are great eats.
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#4800318 - 04/30/10 10:04 AM Re: Eating a gasper goo??? [Re: fiSherwood]
HookDog02 Offline
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Registered: 04/07/05
Posts: 384
Loc: Killeen, Tx
Good tasting fish.
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#4802511 - 04/30/10 06:05 PM Re: Eating a gasper goo??? [Re: HookDog02]
DFW fisherman Offline
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Registered: 02/14/10
Posts: 174
Loc: Addison, TX
What is a gasper goo?
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#4802541 - 04/30/10 06:14 PM Re: Eating a gasper goo??? [Re: DFW fisherman]
Cyprinus Offline
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Registered: 08/05/08
Posts: 2380
Loc: Snagsville
Freshwater drum
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#4802547 - 04/30/10 06:17 PM Re: Eating a gasper goo??? [Re: DFW fisherman]
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Registered: 02/18/07
Posts: 13055
Loc: east tx.
i cleaned some and kept them seperate last weekend. they are really firm with a little red meat. didnt have a very strong taste either. the meat had a slightly yellow tint to it after being fried. i'd eat them again. there are much better fish out there to eat but freshwater drum are better than just "edible".
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#4802578 - 04/30/10 06:28 PM Re: Eating a gasper goo??? [Re: Cyprinus]
DFW fisherman Offline
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Registered: 02/14/10
Posts: 174
Loc: Addison, TX
Originally Posted By: Cyprinus
Freshwater drum


Thanks. I would not eat one of those by choice. Is that what fast food fish sandwiches are made of? eeks
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#4802788 - 04/30/10 07:47 PM Re: Eating a gasper goo??? [Re: Parker]
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Registered: 03/15/06
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Originally Posted By: Parker
i cleaned some and kept them seperate last weekend. they are really firm with a little red meat. didnt have a very strong taste either. the meat had a slightly yellow tint to it after being fried. i'd eat them again. there are much better fish out there to eat but freshwater drum are better than just "edible".



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#4811421 - 05/03/10 12:18 PM Re: Eating a gasper goo??? [Re: fwbret/txfishes]
Fins of Fury Offline
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Registered: 04/16/10
Posts: 493
Loc: Myrtle Springs
After I fried it with all the other fish listed above, I could definitely pick out the drum pieces...didn't taste bad so to say, but definitely not on par with the other fish I fried. I will prolly go back to releasing any others I catch like I have done in the past.
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#4834365 - 05/08/10 06:39 PM Re: Eating a gasper goo??? [Re: Fins of Fury]
Love_to_Fish Offline
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Registered: 05/08/10
Posts: 1
I live in Houston.
Where do you go to catch gasper goo??
What do they look like?

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