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CherylStone

Posted 4:50 am, 05/04/2014

It is very common for fish to have parasites. I have seen thoee worms while seining in creeks.-I probaboy spelled that wrong. It is crucial that fish is cooked to proper temps before consuming. If you are a fan of sushi you need to make sure that the fish has been in a deep freeze for the requisit amount of time required to kill parasites.

OpenCasket

Posted 9:40 pm, 05/03/2014

Makes me wonder about all food served in restaurants

Z990

Posted 8:51 pm, 05/03/2014

"I know what the blood line is, when I was filleting the skin off the catfish what I found on the belly fillet was twirled up under the skin,it was red (some sort of worm parasite). I've filleted lots of catfish and this was some sort of parasite.

This is what it looked like http://i.imgur.com/4msfkyl.jpg"


I will admit that is funky looking, but I don't think I would have pitched my catch over it. As long as you cooked it to the right temp, it would have been rendered immobilized and no threat. Have you ever seen the worm like things in clams (clear, long, kinda stiff)? As long as you pull them out before you fry or cook them, they pose no danger. And I'll bet most restaurants don't even bother to pull them.

OpenCasket

Posted 8:42 pm, 05/03/2014

Z990 (view profile)

Posted 6:38 pm, 05/03/2014

OC OC OC, I don't know about you. Just about every fish known to man has a bloodline running through it. I'd hate to see what you'd decide to do with a perfectly good bluefish if you found a red line running through it.

I know what the blood line is, when I was filleting the skin off the catfish what I found on the belly fillet was twirled up under the skin,it was red (some sort of worm parasite). I've filleted lots of catfish and this was some sort of parasite.

This is what it looked like http://i.imgur.com/4msfkyl.jpg

Biteyourtongue

Posted 6:42 pm, 05/03/2014

LMAO, OC

Z990

Posted 6:38 pm, 05/03/2014

OC OC OC, I don't know about you. Just about every fish known to man has a bloodline running through it. I'd hate to see what you'd decide to do with a perfectly good bluefish if you found a red line running through it.

bacon5

Posted 6:28 pm, 05/01/2014

are there any pay lakes in wilkes for catfishing

4loko

Posted 9:54 pm, 04/30/2014

redfly (view profile)

Posted 9:51 pm, 04/30/2014

OMG, at Kotex Creek

He had to be fishing at the sewer plant

redfly

Posted 9:51 pm, 04/30/2014

OMG, at Kotex Creek

4loko

Posted 9:50 pm, 04/30/2014

This site is full of carp fisherman wait..wait..that might be racist

OpenCasket

Posted 9:39 pm, 04/30/2014

Never fished cub creek believe it or not

Crypt

Posted 8:21 pm, 04/30/2014

I'd say Zombie caught those catfish out of Cub Creek also known as kotex creek.

OpenCasket

Posted 8:05 pm, 04/30/2014

Crypt (view profile)

Posted 8:01 pm, 04/30/2014

Zombie - farm pond crappie is what you want to eat and I can tell you where to catch a mess but you might get shot.


I eat bullets, poop ice cream, and walk on water. Give me the directions

Bluebird1

Posted 8:02 pm, 04/30/2014

Invite your GW enemies and make photos and post.

Crypt

Posted 8:01 pm, 04/30/2014

Zombie - farm pond crappie is what you want to eat and I can tell you where to catch a mess but you might get shot.

OpenCasket

Posted 7:55 pm, 04/30/2014

Crypt (view profile)

Posted 7:53 pm, 04/30/2014

A catfish can live in a mudhole full of sewage and will eat almost anything including bloody tampons


So me and a catfish aren't much different

OpenCasket

Posted 7:55 pm, 04/30/2014

bluebird1 (view profile)

Posted 7:19 pm, 04/30/2014

Have a fish fry and invite your GW friends over.


I'm much too introverted for that.

Crypt

Posted 7:53 pm, 04/30/2014

A catfish can live in a mudhole full of sewage and will eat almost anything including bloody tampons

bluebird1

Posted 7:19 pm, 04/30/2014

Have a fish fry and invite your GW friends over.

Crypt

Posted 7:11 pm, 04/30/2014

McD's fish sandwich priceckeeps going up is now $3.25. Maybe the Berring Sea has been fished out but I'm not willing to pay that much.

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