You may not be aware of it but there is a secret to making a great yellowtail snapper recipe. I have been fishing for snappers since they were a part of the striped bass population in the Chesapeake Bay back in the 1980s. The local sport fishers would always have what they called the “big boy” pots where they could catch the big ones.
It was always dinner at this place that I focused on when I had time. There would be a couple of fishermen at the table and they would all pitch in their catch of the day. It was always my turn to go up for a fish now and then and help throw in the line. My favorite thing about this was the conversation that took place. You could always tell if someone was from out of town because they would talk in a way that sounded like they knew everything there was to know about catching fish. I enjoyed those days and relished in the knowledge that I was helping to support the fishing community by catching fish.
During my last year with the Paddler, I was asked to go on a trip with another member of the crew. This man was a former champion fisherman who was going to be heading out with one of the other fishermen that lived at the same home. I knew that I had to come out and help prepare some meals for them because I didn’t know how to cook them. So I went over and cooked one of the tuna casseroles that I had made the season before. I also brought along the yellowtail snapper that we had not caught in the past.
When we were done cooking the tuna casserole, we decided to sit and discuss the results of our fishing. We discussed the fact that the yellow tail snapper had not been caught in the previous year and we planned on catching it this season. The other guy said that he would really like to try it, but he did not have any baits, lures, or anything ready for when we were going out. We were pretty disappointed that we did not get to catch any fish, but the other guy was adamant that he had caught a large one the previous season and he was very happy.
Well, since we were not able to convince the fisherman to try his best, we took matters into our own hands and created a yellowtail snapper recipe that we could all strive for. In the end, we all agreed that we were very happy that we had not failed. He even became so proud that he presented us with his trophy. The trophy that he presented to us was also made from the same fish that he caught, which was a very cool touch. Since we had all been very excited about getting caught up in the great fishing that we were having, we were very thankful to him. All that evening, we discussed the next season and all of the potential catches that we had.
This past season has been great, as far as I am concerned. The weather has been perfect, and we have caught over twenty different fish. This season, we will be focused on keeping track of the numbers of fish that we have caught. It seems like there is always more than are coming out to play. This is what makes fishing so fun to me, because I know that there is always something waiting for me in the water.
This yellow tail snapper recipe that we made was a huge success, and everyone that tries it, gets hooked. It was delicious, and it really hit the spot! Everyone was raving about how easy and delicious it was.
I hope that you can try it out sometime. If you have never cooked a fish meal before, it might be hard at first, but you will get the hang of it. Once you have mastered this recipe, you might even consider trying out some other fish that you have been wanting to catch. There are some other types of fish that taste great too. It is definitely worth taking a chance and trying out new things. You never know when your next great catch will come along!