I wrote this for an English assignment, and thought I would share it with you.
In northwest Ontario, Canada, a tradition of a fish shore lunch is a staple among northern outdoors men and women. Many outdoors-men return home from a guided trip with fond memories of eating fried fish that was cooked fresh lakeside. This can also be done at home using items already in your pantry. Making crispy beer battered fish is quick and easy if you use the right fish, equipment, and maintain the proper oil temperature.
|David filleting up a Canadian Northern Pike|
|Chef Gene cooking up a shore lunch|
|Brotherhood of the Yellow Pants|
|My lovely wife with her first Norther Pike|
The pictures were all from my trips to Big Eagle Lodge. The first was with my father, and uncles. My second trip up was with my wife on our honeymoon. I am a lucky man.
Hope it made you hungry,