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Great videos i enjoyed everyone of them. Good humour too. Nice to see how folks in other countries fish.
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Old 11-24-2016, 07:38 AM
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Russian carp







In summer, fishing is much more comfortable. https://www.youtube.com/embed/ZZ-N3Ocsb14?rel=0
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Interesting. Those look exactly like our "Prussian carp" that were introduced illegally and have become a bit of a headache. Can you please explain to us how you prepare and eat them? Thanks
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Crucian carp (Russian carp)
Crucian carp delicious.
Prussian carp other fish
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Crucian carp (Russian carp)
Crucian carp delicious.
Prussian carp other fish
I think the physiology is similar enough that any preparation info you could share would still be useful.
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I think the physiology is similar enough that any preparation info you could share would still be useful.
easy....catch, clean (remove scales and guts), make cuts across the body (to cut any small bones), fry on a pan this is the way we always cooked them
enjoy

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this: http://askinmask.com/2011/12/how-to-...-carp-at-what/

or this: http://www.shutterstock.com/pic-2728...tic-style.html

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I think the physiology is similar enough that any preparation info you could share would still be useful.
Russian carp has excellent taste.
Prussian carp has a disgusting taste.
Cooking has been a spouse. My job is to catch enough fish.
Wife sometimes fishing https://www.youtube.com/embed/ZJnGfpBxvjI?rel=0
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Russian carp has excellent taste.
Prussian carp has a disgusting taste.
Disagree. Both could be tasting good or bad, depending on water, cleaning/cooking, and they both are fun to catch.
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Old 12-03-2016, 07:21 AM
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easy....catch, clean (remove scales and guts), make cuts across the body (to cut any small bones), fry on a pan this is the way we always cooked them
This is only pre-cooking, the final and most important part - to simmer the fish in sour cream.
Or you can make classic "тройная уха"(triple fish soup)
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This is only pre-cooking, the final and most important part - to simmer the fish in sour cream.
Or you can make classic "тройная уха"(triple fish soup)
Three ear is prepared on-site fishing.
For the broth must be a large number of fish ruff.
In the broth to put sturgeon fish.
Sturgeon fish only tradeable permits, all other types of fish for free without limiting the number of fish caught.
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Disagree. Both could be tasting good or bad, depending on water, cleaning/cooking, and they both are fun to catch.
Russian carp does not mutate.
If Russian carp has a taste of grass, then a week to keep it in the tank with clean water.

Prussian carp - a mixture of carp and other fish species, and the devil.
It is considered inedible, is used as bait for catching a predatory fish

Are you familiar with this method of fishing? http://www.youtube.com/embed/BwdmkhAPA2o?rel=0
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Prussian carp - a mixture of carp and other fish specideviles, and the devil.
It is considered inedible, is used as bait for catching a predatory fish
Oops! I ate them a lot and enjoyed the taste, sorry. May be we are talking about different kinds of fish?
Prussian carp - серебряный карась.
Crucian carp - золотой карась.
Backhome both considered edible and Prussian carp actually used as a farm fish along with common carp because of it's high reproductive rate and good taste.
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Золотой карась https://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/%D0%97...B0%D1%81%D1%8C
Серебряный карась https://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/%D0%A1...B0%D1%81%D1%8C
Prussian carp multiplies rapidly. From a lack of food mutates into a small size of the fish no more cigarettes. It is used as bait for catching a predatory fish.
Hybrid Prussian carp and carp acquires properties that depend on the water body and the wealth of food.
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Ripus akin fish cisco https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cisco_(fish)



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