Capt. Kirk and Jeff were back from fishing the El Cheapo, and they both felt like somebody was working against them! Not some other boat, not the tournament organizers, not even Mother Nature. We’re talking about worms. MILLIONS of worms. Everywhere. And when you see a million worms in the water, you’re not going to see one hungry fish. It’s WORM SABOTAGE!
To talk about those nasty worms, and all other kinds of things aquatic, JU’s Dr. Quinton White came in to sit with the boys and take all kinds of questions including species migration, environment impacts, sharks, mangroves and more. Sometimes, it gets a little science-y, but don’t you worry…we’ve been assured there WON’T be a quiz.
Turkey talk was also blowing up, because everybody’s getting a little antsy about their upcoming chance to bag a bird. Wait until you hear Capt. Leon Dana’s story about nearly grabbing one…you’re not going to believe where he was.
Here’s your L.V. Hiers gear tip of the week: It’s that time! Algae, Mold & Mildew be gone with 30 Seconds Outdoor Cleaner! Get it now at your local Hagan Ace Hardware! www.haganace.com
Here’s your Ring Power CAT tip of the week: Youth turkey season opens next weekend! Tune in now for some tips on how to keep it fun for the kids!
Here’s your Kirbyco Builders Inc. cooking tip of the week:
Easy Baked Shrimp
2 lbs headed shrimp
1/2 lb Crabmeat/Lobster stuffing
Place peeled n deveined shrimp curled or butterflied on pregreased bakers pan
Place a tablespoon of crabmeat/ lobster stuffing on each shrimp
Spoon teaspoon of garlic butter on each shrimp
Sprinkle on old bay and garlic powder
Bake at 350 for approximately 25mins
Squeeze fresh lemon on finished shrimp and enjoy
Note: SafeHarbor seafood sells the stuffing