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Salmon Fishing in Wyoming

Posted by on Nov 30, 2013 in Fishing Destinations | Comments Off on Salmon Fishing in Wyoming

Salmon are one of the most famous fish for anglers in Wyoming. The salmon are born in fresh waters and then then migrate to oceans. They are usually found in streams and rivers however they spend a part of the year generally in the oceans. They are one of the toughest game and/or sport fish in Wyoming that challenge many anglers with the tough fight it puts up when gets caught.

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Red Snapper with Green and Ripe Olives

Posted by on Nov 23, 2013 in Fish Recipes | Comments Off on Red Snapper with Green and Ripe Olives

The red snapper is well known to be a very tasty fish. It is usually found in the Gulf of Mexico and is considered a highly prized fish. Pan fried red snapper together with salt and olive oil and topped with spicy salsa, green olives and kalamata olives, this dish is flavorful, low fat and very rich in protein. Serving it on top of a bed of hot rice, this Mediterranean inspired meal will surely be loved by everyone!

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Walleye Fishing in Wyoming

Posted by on Nov 18, 2013 in Fishing Destinations | Comments Off on Walleye Fishing in Wyoming

fishingCHARACTERISTICS OF WALLEYE FISH

The walleye fish is native to almost every part of Canada and North of the United States. The walleye fish has a contrast of gold and olive green coloured skin and the belly of this fish is white. This fish has very sharp teeth. They have large eyes and this enable them to easily find their prey in both clear and unclear waters makes it easier for them to capture things. The length of an adult walleye may vary around 12 to 32 inches and the weight can vary around 1 pound to 12 pounds.

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Smoked Salmon with Herbed Cheese Quesadilla

Posted by on Nov 14, 2013 in Fish Recipes | Comments Off on Smoked Salmon with Herbed Cheese Quesadilla

Quesadilla is primarily made of cheese inside a tortilla and cooked until the cheese melts. It means “cheese in tortilla” in Spanish. Smoked salmon, on the other hand, is a preparation of salmon, usually a fillet, that has been cured and then hot or cold smoked. Due to its extensive preparation process, it is a moderately highly priced delicacy all over the world.  Combine the two and you will have one of the best yet easiest appetizers you’ll ever taste!

Cooking Time: 10 minutes

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Fishing In Alaska: Steelhead

Posted by on Nov 10, 2013 in Fishing Destinations | Comments Off on Fishing In Alaska: Steelhead

The Steelhead is a type of rainbow trout that can be found off the coast of Alaska and inland, depending on the time of year. The current steelhead record is 42 lbs – 3 oz, and was caught by David White at Bell Island in 1970.

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