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Can you cook fish on a stick?

Asked: David Trudel, Last Updated:

Run one stick through each fish's mouth and through the body cavity all the way to the tail-end of the fish. Prepare a hot fire. Prop the stick up so that fish is next to the fire. Cook 10 to 13 minutes.

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