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Brining and smoking warm-water fish species makes for a delicious treat

Five fillets of freshwater drum. Though most anglers consider freshwater drum a trash species, Hageman says by brining the fish and using his cooking recipe that these sheepshead can be a delicacy. (Photos by John Hageman)

By now, there has been plenty of time to amass many packages of fish fillets into the freezer. Between walleyes, white bass, crappies, or various catfish species, there has been many months to get out and fish during pleasant weather.
If not, there is still plenty of time left in the year to gather some “whatever are biting” species of fish and put them to good use.

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