Author: Bullbuster Team
How To Cook Triple Tail 101: The Best Recipes
Triple tail may be an ugly fish with some tough skin, but they are definitely good eating. Some would say that triple tail is one of the best eating fish in the ocean. Always have a light tackle rod ready and rigged with light braid, fluoro and a small jig head for when you see a legal size triple tail on some flotsam. We have compiled a few videos on how to cook triple tail as a part of an article series that we hope helps you spend more time fishing and enjoying your catch with your family and friends.
How To Fillet A Triple Tail:
The triple tails tough skin can make it an intimidating fish to try and fillet. Trust us - it is worth the effort. In the videos below you will find some tips on how to fillet your triple tail with ease, including how to angle your knife so the triple tail's armor-like scales do not dull your knife.
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If you haven't seen Cpt. Vince Russo's video series on filleting fish, you need to. This video on filleting triple tail is provides a perfect example. See video below.
Cpt. Steve from Into The Blue talks about how to cook triple tail while filleting one in Venice, LA.
Cooking Triple Tail Using Your Stove Top & Oven:
Below is a recipe posted by Ruffino's Restaurant on how to pan sear a triple tail. We like this one because it is in a cooking show format where you can really understand since you get step by step instructions on how to make some gourmet triple tail. We wish you luck on this recipe and hope that you and your family and friends enjoy it.
Pan Roasted Triple Tail With Butter Sauce
- Olive Oil,
How To Bake A Triple Tail Whole:
This video posted by "fishinbro livinthedream" shows you how to bake a triple tail whole. The salt came as a little bit of a surprise to us, but just wait for it because, damn, that thing looks nice and tender when it comes out. Anyone who gets to eat something that tender (especially if its triple tail) is living the dream.
Baked & Salted Whole Triple Tail
- Olive Oil
- Rock Salt (LOTS OF SALT)
This video was posted by "Fruge Seafood". We tried this one and it is fantastic!
Triple Tail With Asparagus & Carrots
- Olive Oil
- Balsamic Vinegar
- Heirloom Carrots
- Crab Salad
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Tips For Catching Triple Tail:
Triple tail are most often caught on floating debris, along trap lines, or under big floating buoys. If you are targeting triple tail for table fare inshore you can always run along a trap line. If you are offshore, your best bet is running and gunning and looking for debris.
When you do spot your triple tail, we recommend you use light tackle and fluorocarbon. Try throwing a live shrimp or small live baitfish at it. Don't be fooled by the triple tails' slow, floating demeanor, they can put up a good fight!
Other Recipes Available On The Bullbuster Community:
Check out some other recipes available within the Bullbuster Community Below:
Recipes For Mutton Snapper - Mutton snapper is a great tasting snapper with a good amount of meat on each fillet.
Recipes For Yellowtail Snapper - One of our favorite fish to eat. Yellow tail is also easy to cook, especially with the recipes we have for you.
Recipes For Swordfish - Swordfish is more like steak than fish and it is best cooked on the grill. Check out the recipes we compiled for you.
Recipes For Cobia - Cobia is another unique, but awesome tasting fish. Learn how to cook it by clicking on the link.
Recipes For Mahi - There are so many ways to prepare mahi. Check out a few by clicking the link.
Recipes For Snook - This fish tastes so good they put a ban on commercially harvesting it. Find out why in your own kitchen.
Recipes For Sea Trout - For sea trout the less you do the better.
Wahoo - Wahoo is a very light tasting fish and makes one heck of a sashimi.
We hope this article got you pumped to get out on the water. It's our mission to help you spend more time fishing.