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How To Cook Wahoo 101: Lots Of Recipes To Choose From
Wahoo are one of the best tasting fish out there. They are definitely the best tasting fish in the mackerel family. Wahoo can be good on the grill, but its also pretty dang good as sashimi. This article is part of a series of articles on the Bullbuster community for how to cook your catch. We hope this article helps you spend good times eating fish with your family and friends, and helps you spend more time fishing.
To you pumped to cook your wahoo, we included a couple wahoo videos for your viewing pleasure. If you are here to get straight down to business ** SCROLL DOWN FOR RECIPES **
Below are some videos by #BullbusterAmbassador L&H Sportfishing that are just a sampling of the wahoo they slayed this season.
Check Out Our Article Featuring Them (Is Miami The Wahoo Capital Of Florida)
How To Fillet A Wahoo (Ono):
** If you already know how to fillet your fish SCROLL DOWN FOR THE RECIPES **
This is a great video on how to filet a wahoo (ono if your in Hawaii). The video was posted by "Roque Tayaba Jr." and is a great step by step video on how to get some good meat out of your wahoo.
How To Steak A Wahoo (Ono):
Marlin magazine posted a great video featuring Dave Ferrel on how to prepare wahoo steaks for different size wahoos. For larger fish you actually can fillet it first and then make steaks out of it. For smaller wahoo you can actually just stake the fsih directly through the backbone.
How To Cook A Wahoo (Ono) On Your Stove Top:
Roque Tyaba Jr. catches and cleans a wahoo (ono) on a stove top. Unfortunately we haven't found a step by step video on how to cook wahoo on the stove top. If you make one or find one let us know at email@example.com.
How To Cook Wahoo (Ono) In The Oven:
"Dear Meat For Dinner" does it again with an awesome video on how to cook wahoo in the oven.
How To Make Seared Wahoo (Ono):
Carlito's kitchen put together an awesome video on how to cook make seared wahoo. If you don't have a blow torch, we'd say grab some soy sauce and wasabi and go with sashimi.
How To Make Wahoo Sashimi (Ono):
Carlito's Kitchen shows you know how to make sashimi. He lets you know how to prepare your sashimi, which involves freezing your fish and letting it thaw in your fridge. We hope you enjoy the video and have your wasabi and soy sauce ready.
We hope you enjoyed our article on cooking on wahoo recipes! This article was part of a series of articles on how to cook your catch, and part of a bigger goal that Bullbuster has to help you spend more time fishing. If you are committed to spending more time fishing become a bullbuster.net member. Also take a look at our brand direct fishing lines which ship directly from our factory to your doorstep.
More About Wahoo:
If you want to see some more wahoo fishing reports from the Bullbuster Community, check these out: ** Scroll Down For More Recipes + Some Wahoo Tackle Tips **
Tackle Recommendations For Wahoo:
There are a few different ways to target wahoo. Each way requires slightly different tackle.
1) High Speed Trolling - This works well if you have a good drop off that you can troll around, this can be a ledge, or a volcanic island. The reason it works so well is it will allow you to cover a lot of ground as well as to weed out any fish cannot swim that fast. This is a highly selective way of catching wahoo that will usually yield you a wahoo or a barracuda, but not much else.
2) Planar Fishing Around Floatsum - Fishing planers around floatsum is a great way to pick up wahoo that are in open water and checking out baitfish from below.
3) Vertical Jigging Under Floatsum - When you find a floating log or anything floating, try sending a vertical jig down 75 feet and working it back up. That is a great way to catch wahoo, although they are often small.
- Spinning Reel
- 50 Lb Braid
We have a number of other recipes for you on the Bullbuster Community for a number of different species. Below we have included a few samples. Fishing recipes are important because they are a way to share your fishing passion with people who might not fish. It is also a way to keep fishing culture living on. We have posted recipes in this article series that have been around in a fishing family for over three generations, we hope that we can keep these traditions alive as part of our mission to help you spend more time fishing.
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