1/0 owner SSW cutting pointWhat type of hooks are you using?.
I bathed the two smaller ones in olive oil and lemon juice and stuffed them with lemon wedges and grilled them over charcoal. No leftovers.Yes sir, sheep will be just fine on the dinner table. Congrats on a great day in the outdoors.
That's right. Sheep have a very mild flavor. I'll try stuffing them with some crab next time.Descaled and whole grilled?
Aint that the dang truth!After the tide drops a bit in the marsh, I get between them and their holes and chase them around in the grass. It's usually the next day before my back allows me to fish.
Man 'o man, that is one tasty looking meal. Don't know why I haven't thought of doing this at home. Ever try grilling whole crappie the same way? I would imagine it's a similar result.That's right. Sheep have a very mild flavor. I'll try stuffing them with some crab next time.
Some will claim these are some of the best drum baits. I've cleaned several that had them in their stomach and I found the largest crusher claw I've ever seen in a drum.Need to try those as bait in the areas I fish some times. See them all the time and I am sure the drum are feeding on them.
Maybe for puppies. For old drum it's hard to be half a big ol blue crab.Some will claim these are some of the best drum baits. I've cleaned several that had them in their stomach and I found the largest crusher claw I've ever seen in a drum.
For sheepshead people usually remove the crusher claw and insert the hook into the joint at the body where the claw was removed.
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