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Can you use supermarket salmon for curing?

Asked: Leon, Last Updated:

Yes you can, as long as you use high quality salmon (ie don't use vac packed salmon from the supermarket that's been sitting around for days or box packet frozen salmon from Costco or Aldi). Freeze it yourself to -10°F / -23°C for at least a week, or use commercial frozen salmon from a reputable fish monger.

FAQ

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    They can be caught in all depths of water from a foot to 30 feet or more. Carp usually patrol the margin areas early morning and late evening in rivers and lakes foraging for food and can be caught near reed beds, lilies and most structure relatively easily at these times of day.

  • Do you leave the skin on lake trout?

    Lake trout are delicious pan fried, deep fried, baked, and even boiled. ... To prepare the lake trout for eating most anglers will fillet, skin-or you may leave skin on, remove the lateral line and all gray flesh. That leaves a nice piece of fish fillet to use for cooking your recipe.

  • How do you feed a fish that is not eating?

    Perhaps your fish has just become picky and is bored of eating the same food every day. Along with the branded food you feed your fish try feeding them a variety of live foods. If they are still not eating, don't leave it too long. Call the fish vet.

  • What wind direction is best for fishing?

    The west "Wind from the west, fish bite the best. The winds from the south blows the bait in their mouth. The wind from the north does not go forth." There is certainly some truth to that.

  • Can you grill Sea Cuisine salmon?

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    Salmon eggs are the top choice for bait, although sand shrimp are very popular for chinook salmon. Some anglers like to fish both at the same time. Marabou jigs (Photo 10) can be used instead of bait and can be especially effective on pink salmon, or other salmon when the water is very low and clear.

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