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    Quote Originally Posted by slowhand View Post
    On Labor Day, take it off of the roof and scrape all the carp off. Then eat the board.
    Quote Originally Posted by dhaire View Post
    Remove the board with the carp on it and throw it away and eat the board.
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    Yummy....cedar plank!

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    LOL- I love cedar boards soaked with fish-NOT!

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    Silver carp and whit emur (grass carp) are very good eating. I was raised in North Central Missouri. If you go to a fish fry there you will probably eat german carp netted out of local rivers and creeks. You will be hard pressed to tell it from catfish. They run the fillets through a meat tenderizer to cut all the tiny bones. When they hit the grease the bones disintegrate.

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    The mind is a powerful thing and enables us to find new solutions to problems, but once set it can hinder us from discovering new things. Happens to me too often fishing. As for the carp, I have only had it the one time and not knowing it to be carp I thought it was salmon patties. My mind didn’t have enough information to tell me I shouldn’t like it. But my other senses told me it was pretty darned good.

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    I had AC tonight for supper. Had AC last night for supper. Tonight I marinaded some fillets in a recipe primarily used to grill salmon but it turned out well with my AC. I marinaded the fillets for an
    around an hour. But in a baking tray in my air fryer. Baked at 360 for 13-15 minutes. Drizzled the marinade over the fillets in the pan before I started cooking. I baked some AC last night using bread crumbs as a batter, added some Parmesan cheese and a little thyme. After putting fillets in tray I poured 1/4 stick
    of melted butter over the fillets and cooked at 360 for 13 minutes. Of course you can always deep fry them. A local
    Super market IGA here in Paris,TN is selling 2 lb bags and 5 lb bags of frozen boneless AC for $5.99 a lb.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TNperry1 View Post
    I had AC tonight for supper. Had AC last night for supper. Tonight I marinaded some fillets in a recipe primarily used to grill salmon but it turned out well with my AC. I marinaded the fillets for an
    around an hour. But in a baking tray in my air fryer. Baked at 360 for 13-15 minutes. Drizzled the marinade over the fillets in the pan before I started cooking. I baked some AC last night using bread crumbs as a batter, added some Parmesan cheese and a little thyme. After putting fillets in tray I poured 1/4 stick
    of melted butter over the fillets and cooked at 360 for 13 minutes. Of course you can always deep fry them. A local
    Super market IGA here in Paris,TN is selling 2 lb bags and 5 lb bags of frozen boneless AC for $5.99 a lb.
    Asian Carp?
    :I would like to thank the builders of docks for giving me a place to fish and lose tackle

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    Quote Originally Posted by DockShootinJack View Post
    Asian Carp?
    Yes the AC is just an abbreviation for Asian carp, sorry.

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    I have heard it is good eating.
    :I would like to thank the builders of docks for giving me a place to fish and lose tackle

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