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Old 25 December 2008, 09:43   #11
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Originally Posted by Limey Linda View Post
Merry Xmas from sunny Mexico.
Went fishing yesterday; caught 20lb amberjack ( yellowtail) and a 30lb giant squid. Squid went back; man can those things fight. The yellowtail will provide the Sushi ( Hashami, to be correct) for boxing day lunch with Rice, Gari and wasabi.
Fantastic for Christmas Eve Haven't those squid got hooks on their suckers or am I talking about the bigger ones?

What are you having for Chrismas day? I'm guessing to hot for a roast?


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Old 25 December 2008, 09:55   #12
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No hooks on squid. These are Humbolt squid which can get up to about 50lbs in this area. Scarey, messy ( squirt water and ink) and bite. Considered a delicacy by the locals.
Having normal Xmas roast today. temp is about 65F.

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