Black Iron Pan Fish recipe by the BBQ Pit Boys

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A classic garlic and butter fried fish recipe is on the menu. Grab your tackle box and bucket because we’re going pan fishing. And it’s real easy to do, as shown by the BBQ Pit Boys. NOTE: Vegematics and Food Police please leave this Channel now. This is a “fresh” fish preparation instructional video. This is the way it’s done. This is not a Mickey D’s Filet-O-Fish, or frozen fish video..! If filleting bothers you, Man-up, or move on to Martha’s Food Channel. You can print out the recipe here: https://BBQPitBoys.com/recipes/black-iron-pan-fish

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  1. Darren H
    Darren H says:

    BBQ Pit Boys, I really appreciate this video. "Jitterbug" taking care of business, fishing, filleting, & frying up that GUUUUUUUUUUD fish. This is some really some smooth music also; makes me wish that I had a chance to fish with my father when he was alive, just like this. Thanks for the all the videos & what you do.

    #FuturePitmasterfromMaconGeorgia 🙂

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  2. Dwight Gordon
    Dwight Gordon says:

    Okay, so I recently read an article about caring for your fish before cooking. Not looking to pick a fight with anyone about being mean to the fish, do what you're gonna do, no problem. BUT, the article was saying that it is better for the flavor of the fish if you keep it alive in water right up until you're ready to clean, then dispatching it with a quick knock. Something about it building up something in the meat as it suffocates in the bottom of the bucket.

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  3. Ray Choy
    Ray Choy says:

    I really like the fishing segment of this video, looks like a really nice area. I've been hanging out for a similar video since you released this one, any chance of y'all doing another fish & cook vid? Cheers from Aus.

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  4. StormLaker1975
    StormLaker1975 says:

    I generally don't fillet bluegills that size- I scrub off the scales, cut off the heads, gut them, clean them off and straight into the flour and egg they go! Pitmaster privilege! You guys will have to get ahold of some nice walleye or pike fillets- that's some fine wild dining there:-)!

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  5. robertintexas
    robertintexas says:

    I filet most of my fish the same way you do.  Even use the same kind of rapala filet knife.  A fork comes in handy to pin that filet down to the cutting board when you're taking the skin off the filet.  By that time, everything is so slippery I can't grab anything and hold onto.  Great video, guys.

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  6. Shane Rehman
    Shane Rehman says:

    There was still good meat on those fish after fileting them. Awesome videos and love how you guys take pride in doing everything yourselves! Take pride in the land and what it gives us! 

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