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    Could have used a gun to kill this ...

    Day after shooting with my brother-in-laws and family (nieces and nephews, son and wife) at Koko head gun range.

    I went fishing with my brother on his boat and look what we caught. It was a fighter and we had to club the hell out of it to stun it to haul it's 165 pound self over the side.




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    Wow!!!

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    ::rools:::: pass the lemon butter please!
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    That's a beauty. I'm hungry just looking at it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rotty View Post
    ::rools:::: pass the lemon butter please!
    Have you ever had Poke (pronounced po-kay) Raw with shoyu and limu the best.
    Should have seen the slabs of meat we pulled off this sucker.

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    I wouldn't have ruined that even by cooking it. I don't know what they told you about poke but it just means 'cut up' - then da brudders kama'aina ruin it by mixing in a bunch of stuff to hide the flavor of fish for instance.

    About shoyu, the most popular soy sauce in Japan and the US is made in Walworth, WI, KIKKOMAN!
    Last edited by Doug Huffman; 09-06-2010 at 04:11 PM.

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    Very Nice!

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    Damn! I take it you didn't use a trout pole for that thing?

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    I see you been fly fishin' again!
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    Quote Originally Posted by sudden valley gunner View Post
    Have you ever had Poke (pronounced po-kay) Raw with shoyu and limu the best.
    Should have seen the slabs of meat we pulled off this sucker.
    I prefer the slightly seared version. oh and dont forget the Wasabi paste to mix with the Shoyu!

    Dat bugga stay ono brah.

    Broke, da mouth
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    Quote Originally Posted by END_THE_FED View Post

    Broke, da mouth
    Oh yea!!!! It is I still eating on it. My brother in law dried some of it....hmmmm onolicious.

    And Doug, Aloha shoyu made in from Hawaii is way better than tinny tasting Kikkoman.

    Nope no trout pole for that sucker.

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