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    Quote Originally Posted by rojoguio View Post
    I like your brining method, and like more a little smoke on the bird first. I rig cook out of Brownsville taught me to smoke my briskets first then finish in the oven to cook the flavor in. I never saw that outside of Texas back in the day but now the words out.
    The Pearl River is the state boundary between Louisiana & Mississippi, in that river - west, I've caught catfish with the spots. They eat the best to me. But East of the Pearl I have never caught one with the spots. Wonder what gives?
    We enjoy your posts so travel safe.
    I have had the pleasure of having some meals on those rigs. Them fellas flat out do a good job with the grub.
    :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 rojoguio View Post
    I like your brining method, and like more a little smoke on the bird first. I rig cook out of Brownsville taught me to smoke my briskets first then finish in the oven to cook the flavor in. I never saw that outside of Texas back in the day but now the words out.
    The Pearl River is the state boundary between Louisiana & Mississippi, in that river - west, I've caught catfish with the spots. They eat the best to me. But East of the Pearl I have never caught one with the spots. Wonder what gives?
    We enjoy your posts so travel safe.
    I have had the pleasure of having some meals on those rigs. Them fellas flat out do a good job with the grub.
    :I would like to thank the builders of docks for giving me a place to fish and lose tackle

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    So on Rayburn, as a kid, we would be renting a cabin at some fish camp, can't remember the name. Anyway many of the older guys caught giant bluegills in seems 20ft of water for bait for their trot lines. All were fishing for "OPP" catfish. They were huge, had big humps on their heads, muscles running part way over the top. Seems some had spots but not for sure. When anyone caught one the entire fish camp ate fresh fried "OPP", and I mean everybody was invited, I thought it was very cool. Is this just a large version of the same catfish? Step into saltwater I get more intelligent, don't know much about catfish.
    Likes Ketchn LIKED above post

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    Back then everyone sat in the front of their "Bass Boats" stick steering and all.

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    I used to hunt in a deer camp 25 years ago, that had the best food ever , on stilts right beside the Ouachita river in southern Arkansas , them fellas could flat out cook , no matter the meal it was difficult to stop eating , they had a "traditional" steak dinner every opening Saturday of beef tenderloins custom cut about 2.5 inches thick and marinated at room temp. 24 hours that would just seriously MELT in your mouth after they came off the fire pit , 20 or more fellas involved and never a sideways comment in the entire crew , mostly 2 large familes that were kind enough to let me hunt with them . they started that camp so far back that it took them a day on horseback with wagons to get there on a dirt road that was highway when I hunted with them !
    sum kawl me tha outlaw ketchn whales

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    Sounds like great times
    :I would like to thank the builders of docks for giving me a place to fish and lose tackle

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