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    Got some nice ling cod and Pcod today plus a couple of Atka Mackerel, anyome eat these mackerel?
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    I ate a lot of them in the orient. The Japanese brush the fillets/pieces with a sauce reminiscent of teriyaki, then cook them on a small charcoal grill, usually for breakfast. Outstanding!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kodiakcombo View Post
    Got some nice ling cod and Pcod today plus a couple of Atka Mackerel, anyome eat these mackerel?
    The mackerel is a cool looking fish...I'd munch that sucker in a heartbeat for a taste test. So....how are they?

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    Gunna fry some before dinner today, will let you know
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    The mackerel is a cool looking fish...I'd munch that sucker in a heartbeat for a taste test. So....how are they?
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    I've heard they are real oily, so let us know will ya
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    Weird looking fish. Looks like a cross between a walleye, bass, and dorado.

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    Very popular in Japan. Typical grilled after being lightly brined and semi dried. One of my all time favorite grilled fish. Closest I can think of here in Alaska is broiled or grilled herring but not the soawner herring.


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    Were you intentionally targeting them?...or just by catch from bottom fishing or jigging?

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    bycatch jigging and trolling near rock pile where rockfish hang.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kodiakcombo View Post
    Got some nice ling cod and Pcod today plus a couple of Atka Mackerel, anyome eat these mackerel?
    Man....that is a hog of a ling...!!! Are they still decent eating when they're that big?
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    Ought to be tasty, they're in the same family as lingcod and greenling.
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