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    Dooes anyone buy the seasoning for trout and salmon?? I have seen some at Walmart but the camping equip.

    They are kind of like this http://www.outdoor-sports-store.com/...ild_Trout.aspx

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    My wife loves baked salmon, trout and char. Same for me. I've never tried the brand you mentioned. My wife prefers Lawry's Lemon Pepper seasoning while I like Johnny's Seafood Seasoning w/out lemon. You'll have to try several types and combinations until you settle on one you and your family prefer.

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    My favorite recipe is kosher salt, cracked pepper and brown sugar. I grill skin side down and then flip it and cook flesh side down. I tastes great. I also enjoy Humpy's blackening seasoning on both sides of a skinned fillet. I fry it in butter in a cast iron skillet. Not a very health choice, but tastey nonetheless.

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    I've been using webber zesty seafood seasoning with lemon, then I put dill on it kore pepper salt and squirt with lemon

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    Salmon needs nothing more than a shake of pure lemon-pepper and a sprinkle of dill. I prefer to taste the fish, not a bunch of chemically enhanced "secret" seasonings that have who-knows-what in them.
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    Try Cabela's salmon and trout seasoning - it is excellent. You can put a tiny bit on or a bunch - very easy and worth the 10$.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JOAT View Post
    Salmon needs nothing more than a shake of pure lemon-pepper and a sprinkle of dill. I prefer to taste the fish, not a bunch of chemically enhanced "secret" seasonings that have who-knows-what in them.
    Thats how I prefer my seasoning as well.

    Here's a link to my favorite spice company and one of my favorite salmon seasonings.

    http://www.penzeys.com/cgi-bin/penze...idaseason.html

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    I've been using a bit of mesquite seasoning and a bit of garlic salt and then putting skin side down on the barbecue. Put a pan of alder chips over your barbecue burner and keep on low until done. Very different flavor but mild enough to still taste the fish!

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    I like Cavenders greek seasoning & olive oil on my grilled salmon, had some of the Pike St. Market brand fish seasoning the other day, and it was pretty good too. I love how Salmon holds up to seasoning, makes it pretty versatile as far as fish goes. Salmon Salad for lunch today!

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