Loining Mola Mola

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Always heard you can eat them but still not on board. Whole time I’m going back & forth on what he is keeping and what’s getting tossed…. And in the end that didn’t seem like nearly enough garlico_O

 

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makes the filets off a C Bass look big....very strange creature.
 

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so if you've got nothing else better to do and aren't hungry, cut up a sunfish
 

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so if you've got nothing else better to do and aren't hungry, cut up a sunfish
Better have Japanese steel.. our Dexter bounced off the fin/skin when trying to remove a lure.
 

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The part that is prized for eating is about the size of a baseball. Like lazy-man's Lobster, and delicious. Always is cooked.

The rest of the carcass is inedible; when cooked is like boiled foam rubber.

Get help from someone from the Old Country.
 

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The part that is prized for eating is about the size of a baseball. Like lazy-man's Lobster, and delicious. Always is cooked.

The rest of the carcass is inedible; when cooked is like boiled foam rubber.

Get help from someone from the Old Country.
Bet he could yield more off my yellow lab ,run ''River'' run.
 
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