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its fun but Talapia are not fit to eat

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terrible ted wrote:its fun but Talapia are not fit to eat
We may have different standards for our meals but I eat them things like there is no tomorrow..... I have always been a firm believer (especially in fish) that the way they turn out has everything to do with care in storage while still on the water, the way they are cleaned and the way they are prepared to eat. Here is a batch I enjoyed...
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there all over water clarity is the issue

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terrible ted wrote:there all over water clarity is the issue
they taste just fine
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They have no taste but you should never eat commercial grown ones there bad for you.

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If you are bow fishing them, I really dont believe they are commercial grown??


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And again, bow fishing is NOT a commercially raised fish, not to mention, I dont believe or listen to a damn thing on FOX news, if they were remotely accurate on a damn thing, we wouldnt be discussing Tilapia, we would all be dead from ebola or chicken pox or some other BS they push, "they" being Media


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Well I don't know how you ever think bow shooting tilapia could be commercial raised? I believe the study done by the university

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You still are not getting my point, all these articles are a fish growing at a farm, not a fish growing in the wild eating natural plants Ted, I dont eat them alot, but when I do, the ones eating natural plants are better than the Hormonal Chicken and Beef coming from the stores, I personally Dont buy any fish from a store, to each their own


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The fresher a fish is the last taste they have. So I don't mind them not being strong tasting at all I make them taste the way I want which is good. The quality of the water they come out of is directly related to the quality of the fish. Crap water will yield a crappy fish.


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Comanche-pup wrote:You still are not getting my point, all these articles are a fish growing at a farm, not a fish growing in the wild eating natural plants Ted, I dont eat them alot, but when I do, the ones eating natural plants are better than the Hormonal Chicken and Beef coming from the stores, I personally Dont buy any fish from a store, to each their own


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No you don't get that your the only one who is saying there commercial fish. I never said they were. I said they taste like nothing and there not fit to eat. Unforgiven said the wild one taste better than store bought. So I replied That you should never eat those.

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Hog Guts wrote:The fresher a fish is the last taste they have. So I don't mind them not being strong tasting at all I make them taste the way I want which is good. The quality of the water they come out of is directly related to the quality of the fish. Crap water will yield a crappy fish.


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If they tasted like fish that would be good my thought is there tofu you have to make them taste like something. To me fresh salmon, mackerel almost any other fish is 1000000 time better. They are fun to shoot. Great for the garden or the pigs

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I am glad you guy's agreed they are great to eat cause I spent a shit load of money on my bow fishing gear last year to be ready to hunt some down. Either way they are good I dont care if store bought either come on everything is bad for you these days. :fishing

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Well my apologies for misunderstanding Ted, I do see now how I misread your post, and agree, they are a very mild fish


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And Jeep, they are already being slaughtered at the Glenn


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Comanche-pup wrote:Well my apologies for misunderstanding Ted, I do see now how I misread your post, and agree, they are a very mild fish


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I can say throw one in to a pig whole it wont last long. The pig will eat all off it, head, bone, scales, gone eats it all

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