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Old 01-26-2007, 05:30 AM   #21 (permalink)
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I dunno, I may be crazy, but I would think that it MIGHT taste like shark...
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Old 01-26-2007, 05:48 AM   #22 (permalink)
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Old 01-26-2007, 09:15 AM   #23 (permalink)
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Is it really rare? Or is it just rare to be seen up here?

Truth is, we really don'tknow what is down in the lowest depths.

We can't go down there.

The pressure is too high.

It'd be really neat to find out what other stuff is down there too.
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Old 01-26-2007, 01:47 PM   #24 (permalink)
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I dunno, I may be crazy, but I would think that it MIGHT taste like shark...
I wonder what bait we could use to hook one? Then we might be able to find out. When I was a kid my father caught a sturgeon, we ate it. Sturgeons are protected now, but back in the early seventies, they were not. It kind of tasted like like clams. You never know what kind of flavors this kind of critter might have. If we weren`t ment to eat it, it wouldn`t be made out of meat
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Actually, its just Pallid sturgeons here. You can still eat the other kind. Supposedly, there are only like 100-300 pallid sturgeons left. I saw someone accidentally catch one last spring when we were paddlefishing. Kid wanted to keep it, but we all yelled at him to release the fish. After all, there was a FWP officer on a 20' cliff above us.

Ever try paddlefish? There's a prehistoric fish that you can eat. It actually pretty good when cooked right.

Look at trout and goldeye. They both taste way different.
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Old 01-26-2007, 11:52 PM   #26 (permalink)
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from what I saw they are mostly found at some pretty extreme depths. I saw the video of it swimming in shallow water and actually felt sorry for the poor thing. Other than my dogs I am not really much of a tree huggin, granola eatin animal sypathizer but wouldn't the shark at that depth feel about like we would if we were put in containter that 2-3 PSI atmospheric pressure and was 160 degrees F?

what it would taste like? Don't know but would the high pressures it would normally live under compress the meat making it tough or would the ascent from those depths help tenderize it? Either way I don't want to be the one to real in a fresh one, I don't want to real in a fish where I take a lunch and dinner break before I get it to the boat.
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Old 01-27-2007, 03:22 PM   #27 (permalink)
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Actually, its just Pallid sturgeons here. You can still eat the other kind. Supposedly, there are only like 100-300 pallid sturgeons left. I saw someone accidentally catch one last spring when we were paddlefishing. Kid wanted to keep it, but we all yelled at him to release the fish. After all, there was a FWP officer on a 20' cliff above us.

Ever try paddlefish? There's a prehistoric fish that you can eat. It actually pretty good when cooked right.

Look at trout and goldeye. They both taste way different.
A local waterman got busted with fifteen sturgeon in his boat here a couple of years back. He got a huge fine, lost his boat, lost his commercial fishing licence, and got some jail time. It`s just not worth messing around with the Marine resource comission.
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Man I thought for sure that was some photoshopped abomination. Nature is odd some times.

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