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    Nice mate, the Trev’s would go ok fresh.
    I’ve been skinning and cryo vaccing my tailor last couple of trips, they eat up well once defrosted
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    Did a lot of trips to Fraser in August late 70's early 80's. Freezer on the back of the truck, take the fillets off the tailor and put them flesh to flesh and freeze them down. Would take home 100's of packets between four of us over a week. 4 months later they were still excellent eating when taken out of the freezer and thawed o/n in the fridge. Take the skin off and wrapped in foil and cooked on the BBQ with some butter, lemon and cracked pepper - beautiful. Fresh salad, yum.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BR65 View Post
    Nice mate, the Trev’s would go ok fresh.
    I’ve been skinning and cryo vaccing my tailor last couple of trips, they eat up well once defrosted
    Hey Brian my mate I went with Smokes the Tailor in like a maple flavour then cryovacs them and gives me my share people I have given some too rav over them , want to know where they can get more

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    Quote Originally Posted by tackle_buster View Post
    Did a lot of trips to Fraser in August late 70's early 80's. Freezer on the back of the truck, take the fillets off the tailor and put them flesh to flesh and freeze them down. Would take home 100's of packets between four of us over a week. 4 months later they were still excellent eating when taken out of the freezer and thawed o/n in the fridge. Take the skin off and wrapped in foil and cooked on the BBQ with some butter, lemon and cracked pepper - beautiful. Fresh salad, yum.
    Hey Gaz some people say they go mushy frozen but I have never had a problem that way, like you I put a few different herbs spicers in some flour then fry crispy skin is yum

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    Nice work Shane.
    Now, I'm not saying we should invoke capital punishment for Stupidity, but how about we just take all the warning labels off everything and let nature sort itself out?

 

 
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