Thursday, July 29, 2010

St.Lawrence River Walleye recipes

How to cook walleye fish recipes baked walleye recipe
Baked walleye recipes are served in restaurants all around the world. After you filet your walleye here is a healthier way to cook and eat walleyes than pan frying the walleye. Also a Walleye with Parmesan Peppercorn Crust recipe.
First you need to clean and filet your walleye. The recipe is for chopped walleye.
1 small can crab with liquid
1 stick of butter melted
2-3 green onions or 1/4 large sweet onion chopped
1/4 skinned red pepper chopped
1/4 - 1/2 Cup parsley chopped
1/4 Cup Miracle Whip if desired
1 egg beaten
1/2 cup seasoned bread crumbs
Bread crumbs for rolling
Pinch old bay
You then mix all and coat the fish,now roll in crumbs. Now put the chopped walleye on a greased cookie sheet, bake in oven on top rack at 350 degrees for about fifteen minutes, flipping once, until golden on both sides.
Walleye with Parmesan Peppercorn Crust Fish Recipe
First you need to clean and filet your walleye
one half cup corn meal
one half cup parmesan cheese
One table spoon course ground pepper.
Now you coat both sides of the walleye fillets completely.
Coat pan with vegetable oil or vegetable spray. Bake fillets at 350 degrees for twelve minutes. While the fillets are in the oven you can make the optional garlic cream sauce.
Pour one half cup of real cream into a small saucepan.
Mix in 1 tablespoon of fresh chopped garlic into the pan and simmer on low heat until cream reduces in half, add salt, pepper to your taste.
Put your cooked walleye fillets on a plate and eat with or without sauce.
Serve with risotto or rice pilaf and vegetables.

St.Lawrence River shore dinner

Shore dinners are famous with the fishing guides on the St.Lawrence river.
While the group digs into the freshest fish they have ever eaten and the corn and potatoes, the guide begins preparations for dessert. Eggs are broken into a bowl and sugar and cream are added. The batter is used for bread that has been drying in the sunlit breeze for about an hour. Thrust into the rolling hot fat-back grease, the batter immediately puffs up, making the French toast resemble the finest French puff pastry. The French toast is served on the clean bottom of the upside-down plates that were used for the meal. It is topped with butter, a bottle cap of maple syrup, a bottle cap of cream and bottle cap of brandy, with strict directions "not to let your cap spill over."


While this is devoured, a second issue is prepared for those wanting another. All of this is topped off with the brew locally known as "guides coffee". Strong and dark, it is a necessity for those wishing to stay awake for the ride back to the dock.

SAUT√ČED SMALLMOUTH BASS
1½ pound smallmouth bass, filleted
5 tablespoons butter
salt and pepper
1/3 cup yellow cornmeal
1/3 cup flour
1 tablespoon vinegar
parsley for garnish

Sunday, July 11, 2010

Treasure hunting wrecks

Most serious treasure hunters have started working underwater, where modern technology allows access to wrecks containing valuables which were previously inaccessible. Starting with the diving suit, and moving on through Scuba and later to , each new generation of technology has made more wrecks accessible. Many of these wrecks have resulted in the treasure salvage of many fascinating artifacts from Spanish treasure fleets as well as many others. Key to treasure hunting

Thursday, July 8, 2010

St. Lawrence river

The water is clearer however we have low water levels on the St. Lawrence river so far this year and fishing is great. The bass and pike are always looking to feed and make catching them easierer. Because the zebra mussels have cleared up the water, weed beds provide good cover for bass and pike, shoals offer good bass fishing this time of year. Both the largemouths and smallmouths are on the rocks and weed beds.


While the bass may be both larger and more abundant bass are still found in the same areas discovered and fished by the fishing guides and experienced fishermen. In the St. Lawrence river, many fishing spots include the Lake of the Isles, Goose Bay, Chippewa Bay, and the rocky coves,shoals and points around the Admiralty Islands. Live bait is a good choice drifted over the rocks and shoals and along weed beds.The St Lawrence river is between northern New York and Ontario. The St.Lawrence River is a nice place to vacation and fish.

Sunday, July 4, 2010

Algobay goes aground near Singer castle


How the ship ran aground is still under investigation.

Navigation for the channel has not been suspended as the Algobay is
Canadian Laker that went aground at Superior Shoal near Chippewa Bay and Singer Castle.
Guests at the castle reported seeing the vessel start drifting towards the shoals around 9 AM 07/04/10, which is the time also stated in a press release by the St. Lawrence Seaway Develoment Corp.
The statement also says that the Algobay "has a partial load of corn with a destination of Prescott, Ontario."
No injuries or pollution was reported and the United States Coast Guard was at the scene.