🐟 How to clean and cook Buffalo fish. Few people know of and have tasted this fish, but you SHOULD!

In this video, I will show you how to clean and cook the amazing Black Buffalo fish. You may have never heard of this fish but after watching this video you will definitely want to know more about them. In my humble opinion, the Black Buffalo is one of the best-tasting fish in North American waters. Not only that, they are one of the hardest fighting fish you will ever have on your line.

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Information about the Buffalo fish fro wkipedia:

The smallmouth buffalo (Ictiobus bubalus, from the Greek for “bull-fish” and “buffalo”) is a Cypriniformes fish species found in the major tributaries and surrounding waters of the Mississippi River in the United States, as well as some other water systems where it has been introduced. It is a stocky fish like its relatives the bigmouth buffalo (I. cyprinellus) and the black buffalo, although the smallmouth buffalo’s mouth is located ventrally like other Catostomidae species, while the bigmouth buffalo’s mouth is terminal and opens forward, and the smallmouth buffalo’s eyes are significantly larger than those of the black buffalo. These three species are superficially similar to the common carp (Cyprinus carpio), but all lack the characteristic barbels.

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