We took the jeep into the mountains last weekend to camp and fish. We caught a couple trout. Grilling it tonight. Little butter and some Tony Chacheres. Angel hair pasta with light Alfredo and scallops. Epic dinner. What was your best dinner with fish you caught??
Hard to say... Was it fish and chips? Was it fish tacos? Was it plank grilled with a lemon cream sauce on a bed of rice with grilles asparagus? So many options to choose from. Yours does sound pretty tasty also. I love fresh caught trout cooked in tin foil with butter, garlic salt and a little lemon in a bed of coals from a camp fire.
Its a great adventure of hunting trout as it only lives in water below the freezing point. One of my friends can do it valiantly. He can go under the cold water and catches them with hands without using any hook. I don't know how he does it!
You guys might want to consider ordering some "Ball's General Purpose" Cajun seasoning online, instead of Tony's.
I live in Louisiana and have tried them all. Ball's brand imparts a unique flavor to meats and fish like no other. I got hooked on it several years ago when my friend in Lake Charles, LA prepared a wild hog for us one week, during a salt water fishing trip. I just buy it for about $2.25 or so at a grocery store in Lake Charles while I'm down there on business, but you can order it online. Just be careful and dont use too much...which is easy to do.