Walleye Tacos

Posted by on Thursday, May 10, 2018 at 8:26 am

Brad’s Real Simple but Real Tasty Walleye Tacos

1 or 1 ½ walleye per person Few teaspoons of oil A spoon full of butter Taco seasoning Taco shells – bring a bunch since it is impossible to eat just one! Bag Cole slaw and dressing Lime juice No eggs, no breading, no tartar sauce

Do ahead: Make up coleslaw (packaged ...read more.

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Fish for dinner?

Posted by on Wednesday, April 22, 2015 at 4:11 pm

From time to time, we have posted some of our favourite ways to cook up fresh walleye.


Our Civeche (walleye ‘cooked’ in lime juice) was recently featured on the ontariowalleyefishing.ca blog post 7 Best Walleye Recipes of the Great North-West ! Check the rest of the recipes out and if you need more to get your mouth drooling and tummy growling, here are a few others from our blog.

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Camp job assignments

Posted by on Monday, March 9, 2015 at 7:06 am

Nothing makes an outpost trip more unbearable than a few doing all the work while others who may be used to 24-7 maid and butler service sit about and complain that their beverages are not cold. While at camp, it is best if everyone has assigned jobs. This part of the planning is usually fun and best done as a ...read more.

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Cooking steak

Posted by on Monday, March 2, 2015 at 6:43 am

Every one of our camps has a BBQ or two. They all have gas grills and good old style wood or charcoal grills. Steak, in my opinion, tastes best when done on wood or charcoal. The problem with most urban outdoor cooks is a lack of patience. When cooking with wood or charcoal patience is key, especially while waiting for ...read more.

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Beer batter

Posted by on Monday, January 19, 2015 at 6:29 am

Yes I do cook and have cooked a fair bit of fish.  When on the lake, shorelunch is one of the best places on earth to prepare and eat fresh walleye or northern.  I am often asked how I do my beer batter.  Here is my secret. When I do beer batter the secret to a light batter is lots ...read more.

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Popcorn Walleye

Posted by on Friday, May 9, 2014 at 9:07 am

One week today, May 16 is equivalent to Christmas Eve to an Ontario angler.  Walleye season opens on May 17 this year and even though we are not sure ice will be out, we can always be optimistic.  Analogous to kids in late December, anglers in this area will go to sleep on Friday with visions of lunkers and shore ...read more.

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Fiesta Walleye

Posted by on Tuesday, January 3, 2012 at 8:15 pm

Happy and Prosperous New Year to All

During the holidays, with the kids scattered about the country, I have lots of time to play in the kitchen.

Today Karen had the brilliant idea to have walleye for supper so in honour of a new year, I thought I’d invent a new recipe – something other than fried fish.  For lack ...read more.

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Civeche – Walleye cooked in Lime Juice

Posted by on Monday, July 26, 2010 at 6:14 am

Our beaver pilot Rob returned to Toronto a couple of weeks ago.  Before he left he made us some Walleye Civeche.  For guys like me who don’t know fancy terms for food, it is simply walleye cooked in the acid of citrus fruit.  There is no heat involved, only the juice. This is probably the healthiest way to eat walleye ...read more.

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