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cooking shark ??????????????? #7567813 07/30/19 03:49 PM
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Yuk or Yum ???
lots of black tips and bonnet head being caught off the piers lately.

anyone ever eat one of these denizens of the deep? Howd you do it?


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Re: cooking shark ??????????????? [Re: Buzzsaw] #7567827 07/30/19 04:11 PM
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Ive grilled it fried it and baked it. Not my favorite, but can be good.


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Bleed it out as soon as it is caught to get the acid out. I have had it grilled before and it was not bad as all.


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I don't care for it.


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Re: cooking shark ??????????????? [Re: 2Beez] #7567952 07/30/19 06:38 PM
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Originally Posted by 2Beez
Bleed it out as soon as it is caught to get the acid out. I have had it grilled before and it was not bad as all.


This...hang it by the head and cut the tail off and let it bleed out for an hour or so.... up

We do our large (60#-130#) flatheads the same way.after its bleed out start carving into steaks...and putting on ice of vacuum seal and freeze...


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Re: cooking shark ??????????????? [Re: SnakeWrangler] #7568035 07/30/19 08:25 PM
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Originally Posted by SnakeWrangler
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Bleed it out as soon as it is caught to get the acid out. I have had it grilled before and it was not bad as all.


This...hang it by the head and cut the tail off and let it bleed out for an hour or so.... up


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Put shark steaks in bowl with salt water, ice and a pinch of baking soda. Keep icy cold for about an hour or so then rinse well. Rub well with lemon pepper. Grill steaks while brushing with warm garlic butter. About 15-20min on hot grill
If its a bull shark forget all the above and turn it loose. Blacktips are by far the best.

Re: cooking shark ??????????????? [Re: SnakeWrangler] #7568057 07/30/19 08:45 PM
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Originally Posted by SnakeWrangler
Originally Posted by 2Beez
Bleed it out as soon as it is caught to get the acid out. I have had it grilled before and it was not bad as all.


This...hang it by the head and cut the tail off and let it bleed out for an hour or so.... up

We do our large (60#-130#) flatheads the same way....after its bleed out start carving into steaks...and putting on ice of vacuum seal and freeze...

Now I want to see some pics of the 130# flatheads


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Re: cooking shark ??????????????? [Re: Buzzsaw] #7568077 07/30/19 09:10 PM
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Blacktips are very good grilled . As stated bleed them out . I cut the main veins going into the tail as soon as they hit the beach . Over 3 foot cut them into steaks , trim off skin . Melted butter and Cajun seasoning . Hot grill , do not over cook . Really good if you do it right . Bonnet heads as also good , have a " crabby " taste as that is part of their diet .

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Originally Posted by redchevy
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Originally Posted by 2Beez
Bleed it out as soon as it is caught to get the acid out. I have had it grilled before and it was not bad as all.


This...hang it by the head and cut the tail off and let it bleed out for an hour or so.... up

We do our large (60#-130#) flatheads the same way....after its bleed out start carving into steaks...and putting on ice of vacuum seal and freeze...

Now I want to see some pics of the 130# flatheads


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Re: cooking shark ??????????????? [Re: Buzzsaw] #7568205 07/30/19 11:26 PM
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Grilled food


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Originally Posted by CitySlickerHunter
Grilled food

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Yeah, if you can get past the fact that you are eating something that could eat you, it is very good grilled.


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Re: cooking shark ??????????????? [Re: Buzzsaw] #7570481 08/02/19 07:24 PM
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Trim that blood line off the filets or steaks however you process them....If not they taste like chit.....

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Shark fajitas - yum. Prep then marinate in Italian dressing ; spice & grill just like chicken fajitas. Yum.

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You can make croquets with almost any fish.


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Love grilled Blacktip steaks. Soak them in milk over night and cook them on a hot grill with some good seafood seasoning. food


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Originally Posted by chalet
Originally Posted by redchevy
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Originally Posted by 2Beez
Bleed it out as soon as it is caught to get the acid out. I have had it grilled before and it was not bad as all.


This...hang it by the head and cut the tail off and let it bleed out for an hour or so.... up

We do our large (60#-130#) flatheads the same way....after its bleed out start carving into steaks...and putting on ice of vacuum seal and freeze...

Now I want to see some pics of the 130# flatheads


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Just saw this...was supposed to be 60-100,,, hammer We've pulled some good ones from Richland...several in the 80#'s and a couple in the low to mid 90#'s...


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Re: cooking shark ??????????????? [Re: Buzzsaw] #7577447 08/11/19 02:07 PM
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Grilled is best, but it can be hit an miss.


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Dolphin is better. Just old bay seasoning

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