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How do you prepare Carp? #13436986 02/12/20 04:49 PM
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Just wondering if you all eat carp


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Re: How do you prepare Carp? [Re: Bentman63] #13437242 02/12/20 07:31 PM
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i've done carp and buffalo ribs on the smoker.seems like the carp was very bloody and red meat and was not very good , the buffalo was tasty but too much work.i guess i would eat it if i were starving,but it is way too easy to catch fish that taste better.

Re: How do you prepare Carp? [Re: Bentman63] #13438509 02/13/20 07:05 PM
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I have the perfect recipe.
Catch carp or buffalo, any method you desire.
Fight said fish. Take pictures if unusually large or just desire.
Throw fish back in body of water, or cut up for catfish bait.

Too many good fish to waste time eating carp.


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Re: How do you prepare Carp? [Re: Bentman63] #13442414 02/17/20 08:01 PM
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This how I was told to prepare carp. Clean the carp and remove the red meat. Cut a cedar plank long enough to hold the carp. Butter and season the board. Add the carp and bake at 350 for 30 minutes. Then throw the carp away and eat the board.

Re: How do you prepare Carp? [Re: Bentman63] #13442525 02/17/20 09:40 PM
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I think someone a long time ago, maybe dyslexic, spelled in incorrectly...... hmmm


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Re: How do you prepare Carp? [Re: Bentman63] #13442623 02/17/20 11:25 PM
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Re: How do you prepare Carp? [Re: Bentman63] #13443336 02/18/20 05:24 PM
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Carp can be prepared but a lot of work. before cleaning cut it at tail and hang it so blood drains out(don,t hurry) thenfilet and doctor wiith seasoning of your choice ,then smoke it long and slow. it is worth a try ONCE then go to red lobster and get alaska king crab.


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Re: How do you prepare Carp? [Re: Bentman63] #13443350 02/18/20 05:38 PM
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I cube skin on, put on a circle hook, and use them for trotline bait.





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I've cooked it and it's not bad as a matter of fact it is good.
I caught a small one in a cast net about 3#.
I gutted, cut the head off and scaled it.
Cut into about 2" sections, added it to my pressure cooker with a Tablespoon of Old Bay and 2 cups of water.
Cooked it for 30 minutes at 10# of pressure.
If I was doing another one I'd pressure it for 45 minutes and turn the bones to a chalk like consistency.
When you clean the carp it will be very oily and the meat will be yellow, after cooking it is a pure white.


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Re: How do you prepare Carp? [Re: kdub#1] #13444933 02/19/20 11:13 PM
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Originally Posted by kdub#1
I cube skin on, put on a circle hook, and use them for trotline bait.

my thought exactly.
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Re: How do you prepare Carp? [Re: Bentman63] #13448223 02/23/20 02:02 AM
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my wifes grand mother would fry the ribs and and can the rest. Canning seemed to dissolve the little bones that you cannot see. she would use the canned carp for fish patties (carp croquettes}
she would cut off the red meat before canning


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Re: How do you prepare Carp? [Re: Bentman63] #13448976 02/24/20 12:16 AM
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Ummm I don't prepare carp.


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Re: How do you prepare Carp? [Re: Bentman63] #13499905 04/03/20 01:17 PM
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The best way to prepare carp is with a shovel and lime.

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Re: How do you prepare Carp? [Re: Bentman63] #13502825 04/05/20 03:50 AM
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If I could catch a few......

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