Eating bait again and loving it.

Bored with kayaking? Stop and bounce a little silvery thing off the bottom and catch a few Atlantic Mackerel. (Three Lanterns Marine, Deadly Dick Lure, good for lots of stuff, go with a small one for the Atlantic Mackerel. Catch a Pollock and eat that or rehook on something bigger and drop down for a blue or a low IQ Striper.)

Marinate in olive oil, garlic, rosemary, salt and pepper overnight in a ZipLoc.
Marinate in olive oil, garlic, rosemary, salt and pepper overnight in a ZipLock.
Heat up the grill on high then turn to medium low. 6 minutes a side or until charred just a bit.  Hard to screw up.
Heat up the grill on high then turn to medium low. 6 minutes a side or until charred just a bit. Hard to screw up.

Jasper White has these as an appetizer for around 23 bucks at the Summer Shack. He adds some fancy Venezuelan pickle relish on the side. Skip that and use Genuine Vidalia Sweet Onion Mustard Relish from Seaview Farm in Rockport. Rubber Duck Seal of Approval.

2 thoughts on “Eating bait again and loving it.

  1. Now this looks real good to me ate these a lot mackerel, I like crispy and sweet (Vidalia Onion)…eat em out of the bag! When I fished off the Lanes cove break wall all I seemed to catch is (Cunner’s) but was casting in or right by. Then oout frustration I asked George Morey (he always brought them in from his net not far from shoreline you know us young rascals (me) did think of location. He told me to cast farther out from break wall into Ipswich bay outer break wall Bingo started catching them. Thanks looks good for dinner too! 🙂 Dave & Kim 🙂

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  2. thanks for the tip. Was kayaking the other night on Jones river high tide with a lure floating a the top, but not a bite. ….and the name of that lure is funny and disturbing 🙂 But I am not offended.

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