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Hybrids on the grill. #4062925 02/18/13 04:52 PM
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Simple and quick
Got the recipe from a friend at work and it is good..

Just take a Hybie Fillet cover both sides with Mayo and
Sprinkle with Tony Satcheries Creole Seasoning.
Grill on both sides till firm to the touch and that's it.
I usually over cook mine but its still tasty also excuse my spelling.

Re: Hybrids on the grill. [Re: Hogkellum] #4063057 02/18/13 05:36 PM
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Sounds interesting.


It's hell eatin em live
Re: Hybrids on the grill. [Re: Hogkellum] #4065034 02/19/13 04:55 AM
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Just be sure to filet out the red meat or it will taste awful. We cook Hybrids, Stripers, and Sandies on a griddle on the grill. Just brush them with oil and dust them down with either Zatarains or Lemon Pepper.

Re: Hybrids on the grill. [Re: DannyB] #4066041 02/19/13 05:39 PM
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Those are some good ways to cook hybrids I like to catch them.

Re: Hybrids on the grill. [Re: Gut Shot C] #4072101 02/21/13 05:13 PM
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I do the same thing but I melt some unsalted butter with some garlic salt mixed in. I brush the melted butter over the fish after I take them off the grill.

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