EATING LAKE TROUT?!?! Catch n Cook with the Asian Invasion (ft. ExtremePhillyFishing)

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EATING LAKE TROUT?!?! Catch n Cook with the Asian Invasion (ft. ExtremePhillyFishing)

The fried rice gang heads out to Round Valley Reservoir in search of the elusive lake trout! We enlist the help of Zach, the price of RVR, to help us catch these fish from the bank. After our mission was completed, Leo Sheng guides us through the proper steps on cleaning, preparing, and cooking a lake trout. Spoiler: Leo finds an interesting "surprise" inside his trout!

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(Recipe listed below)


Preparation+Cooking time: 25-30 minutes (10 of preparation)


— 1 Lake Trout, 3.0-5.0lbs. Whole fish.
— 4 pieces of garlic, chopped
— 6 Teaspoons of ginger, chopped (~1 oz.)
— 3 Teaspoons of garlic salt
— 2 Teaspoons of black pepper
— 1 Teacup of flour
— LOTS of oil (enough to cover your fish steaks). LOL


— Clean the Lake Trout. Scale and remove any excess slime from its skin. Make sure to take all of its guts out, including the bloody stripe in its up-belly. Use paper towel to remove excess moisture. If the Lake Trout was frozen, make sure to defrost until the fish is at room temperature.

— Cut the fish in 1.5 inches thick steaks, in a vertical motion. 1-2 inches is recommended; though, the thickness of the fish is really up to you.

— Place the cut steaks of fish in a bowl. Marinate it with the garlic salt, black pepper, chopped ginger and garlic. Make sure to spread the mix uniformly.

— Let the fish steaks rest for 30 minutes. Add the flour to the mix and spread it uniformly as well.


(1) Set up your heat on max and warm up your pan. Once the pan is warm, add enough oil in it, so that the oil will cover your fish steaks entirely when they are all in. If you are unsure of the right quantity, put more oil in the pan than less. It is always good to be on the safe side. 😉

(2) Once the oil heats up, place the fish steaks in the pan and fry.

(3) Fry one side of the fish steaks for 5-6 minutes (time depends on the thickness of the cut), or until it is golden-brown. At this point, flip the steaks.

(4) Fry the other side of the fish steaks for an additional 5-6 minutes, or until golden-brown.

(5) Your fish is ready! Place them on a plate and use papertowels to absorb some of the oil left on them. They should be "crispy on the outside and moist on the inside."

The cooking process for the fish should take you about 10-12 minutes.



Location: Round Valley Reservoir, New Jersey
Date: December 3rd, 2016
Primary Pattern: Shiner rigs fished at the bottom around 15-20 FoW
Time Fished: 7:00 am – 2:30 pm
Air Temp: High of 43 degrees, low of 36 degrees
Water Temp: 47 degrees (surface)
Water Clarity: 15-18 feet
Conditions: Mostly cloudy with winds from the NW up to 21 mph


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