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    Iím such an inlander. I have no idea what a mullet is, cept from the water?
    Have seen salmon wild though spawning in the Credit river. Big ass fish they seem to me..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Grazor View Post
    Yeah, cold smoke for 3 or 4 hours.
    Then slow low on the barbie for 40 minutes or so. Got one of those UFO cold smokers a few years ago. You must have seen them there OZ?
    Didn't know you got kahawai over there.
    Bloody good smoked, not bad raw either.
    Pretty average fried..
    Chur.
    Had to google the UFO but yeah seen similar here.
    Must try the slow low after the cold smoke.
    Yeah we got kahawai but they call them Australian Salmon. Same fish. There's another species on the west coast too.
    Recent catch below 5 1/4 old fashioned pounds of aerial acrobatics
    Smaller ones are ok fried but smoking is the best way... for most oily fish I reckon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by onimaru55 View Post
    Chur.
    Had to google the UFO but yeah seen similar here.
    Must try the slow low after the cold smoke.
    Yeah we got kahawai but they call them Australian Salmon. Same fish. There's another species on the west coast too.
    Recent catch below 5 1/4 old fashioned pounds of aerial acrobatics
    Smaller ones are ok fried but smoking is the best way... for most oily fish I reckon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by onimaru55 View Post
    Chur.
    Had to google the UFO but yeah seen similar here.
    Must try the slow low after the cold smoke.
    Yeah we got kahawai but they call them Australian Salmon. Same fish. There's another species on the west coast too.
    Recent catch below 5 1/4 old fashioned pounds of aerial acrobatics
    Smaller ones are ok fried but smoking is the best way... for most oily fish I reckon.
    I can't say for sure but I don't think that they are the same??? Perhaps I'm missing something.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grazor View Post
    Should have taken more photos, but smoked a mullet today. Full of roe.

    Attachment 337880.
    That's the small one, delicious smoked.
    Wise guy caviar...
    What is the size of this piece? Here on our inland waters of Minnesota most of the regulations prevent us from fishing a fish until after the spawning season. At least with game fish. I agree with that.

    I have tried them but never thought about smoking the eggs. Hmmm.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeB52 View Post
    Iím such an inlander. I have no idea what a mullet is, cept from the water?
    Have seen salmon wild though spawning in the Credit river. Big ass fish they seem to me..
    A mullet is a type of hair cut, short and tidy up front, long and scraggly at the back..
    Became so popular in the 80's they named a fish after it...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Grazor View Post
    A mullet is a type of hair cut, short and tidy up front, long and scraggly at the back..
    Became so popular in the 80's they named a fish after it...
    Around here with Covid I have noticed that the Mullet has come back in style.

    Cut your own hair and can't see in the back so it is long there.

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    Yeah, I rocked the mullet in the 80s. Glad it’s coming back actually, but that picture looked very unfish like so I didn’t know what I was lookin at.
    Severed finger,,, no,, lady parts,,,, no, not that either, but the smell might be close, Heheheh.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 32t View Post
    What is the size of this piece? Here on our inland waters of Minnesota most of the regulations prevent us from fishing a fish until after the spawning season. At least with game fish. I agree with that.

    I have tried them but never thought about smoking the eggs. Hmmm.
    They were about 5 inches or so, hard to describe the taste. Maybe smoked fish pate.
    I agree with game fish or rare species to let them spawn, but mullet and kahawai are are plentiful here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cudarunner View Post
    I can't say for sure but I don't think that they are the same??? Perhaps I'm missing something.
    Mos def the same Roy. Arripis Trutta is the species name for both Kahawai & Australian salmon. but not a Salmonid like the Atlantic Salmon. Kahawai is purely a saltwater fish.

    The fish from West coast Oz is Arrpis truttaceus.

    https://www.fish.gov.au/2012-Reports/AUSTRALIAN_SALMONS
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