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2020 Lobster Fishing *Reports*

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Listen bro...

Let me be the first to say "you're fingernails look great in blue"!!!

 

Those fresh Ditch lobsta rangoons look feckin tasty! :shaky:

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11 mins ago, TBYRD said:

Listen bro...

Let me be the first to say "you're fingernails look great in blue"!!!

 

Those fresh Ditch lobsta rangoons look feckin tasty! :shaky:

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it’s lavender with the foil topcoat... thank you :love:

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On ‎3‎/‎21‎/‎2020 at 11:47 PM, The BuzzardsBayBruin said:

it’s lavender with the foil topcoat... thank you :love:

 

AKA …..Bumble Blue.        ;)

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On 3/20/2020 at 10:19 PM, SalmonAndStriper Stalker said:

I zip tie the doors shut. doesnt really stop them but at least I will know it was pulled. the treble hooks embedded every 3 foot increments on the line is to stop them:rav:

In the old days Gillette blades did the trick, even better when they went stainless

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10 hours ago, msrief said:

In the old days Gillette blades did the trick, even better when they went stainless

**** up in maine u get shot. Down here you get cut.  What's the morale of this story dont f with other people's stuff?

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Well it’s slowed down immensely for me, I’m pretty sure I caught all of the resident lobsters in my area. I have 8 traps in right now, each new trap I set would do well for a couple pulls then flatline.... I’ll probably start checking every 5/7 days now instead of every other

 

I may have to try Bob G’s raviolis next batch I catch. I saw a pic recently and boy did they look good. I have figured out how I like to prepare baked stuffed, much easier this was both to prepare and to eat!

 

So far we’ve done

 

lobster rangoons 

Lobster Alfredo

Lobby Benedict 

boiled with butter

baked stuffed

lobster curry

Chipotle lobster quesadilla.... much better than I expected

lobster mac n cheese 

Lobster infused cheese/broccoli soup

 

Doing a bisque soon. Maybe grilling some as well, any other ideas? 

 

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56 mins ago, jerseystriper said:

what in the world is that recipe? looks tremendous. Lobsters are 499 a pound near me, this could be the C-19 saturday meal, along with a couple cold Ganssits 

Thanks, I used

 

1 sleeve of crushed ritz

1/2 stick butter

1-1/2 cups of white wine ( Sauvignon Blanc )

Italian bread crumbs ( the amount varies. I use the bread crumbs as a filler for the ritz, you don’t want the stuffing to be soggy )

1 -1.5lb lobster

4 lobster claws and knuckles cooked/ chopped

 


 

in a sauce pan melt 2/3 of the butter ( save the rest to place on top while baking)  add wine. Simmer for about 10 minutes 

 

Add wine/butter reduction to the ritz in a mixing bowl... add bread crumbs to achieve the desired consistency. You want it to stick together without falling apart or being soggy. Then add chopped lobster meat and mix

 

preheat oven to 400 degrees

 

 

half lobster and clean out the innards and rinse. Leave all edible meat in place

 

add stuffing too the body as pictured

 

 bake for 22-30 minutes. The shell should be bright red and you want a crisp to the bread crumbs. Feel free to broil for the last 60 seconds or so if the crumbs aren’t browned enough.. I place a couple tabs of butter over the tail before baking to keep it moist 

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