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What's the best eating fish

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I'd like to see some opinions on what the best tasting fish is. My favorite fish is probably sheepshead, but I don't get the chance to have them very often, so I'd say crappie are what I eat the most of. I have had dozens of people tell me walleye is the best tasting fish, no competition, and I've heard the same about tog. So what's your favorite fish to eat?

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Mahi-mahi, dorado or dolphin fish. 

Then you have small halibut flat fish.

Atlantic sea bass is great too.

Atlantic salmon is also top of the notch.

Also small grouper.

And Chilean Sea Bass.

A good fish flesh is lots of meat with few fish bones with some grease in it.

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Whatever one I have in front of me at the time!

 

I think it'd be easier to say what's not my favorite. 

Menhaden, sharks, billfish. 

 

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While I like tog, I prefer black sea bass, which seems lighter in texture and more flavorful. Great for ceviche as well.

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5 hours ago, ProSkateFisherman said:

I'd like to see some opinions on what the best tasting fish is. My favorite fish is probably sheepshead, but I don't get the chance to have them very often, so I'd say crappie are what I eat the most of. I have had dozens of people tell me walleye is the best tasting fish, no competition, and I've heard the same about tog. So what's your favorite fish to eat?

 

A little pond around my corner had crappie introduced to it a year or so ago so theyre all pretty small but I'd like to give em a shot once the population has some eating sized fish.  

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3 hours ago, 55555s said:

northern puffer are fantastic, but dont tell anyone.

Might be my first choice, at least of the local fish.  Sea robin rates pretty high, too.

 

Of the more conventional fish, black sea bass inshore, mahi offshore.

 

If I have to travel to find them, pompano, snook, king salmon, probably in that order.

 

 

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