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Old 01-26-2017, 02:22 PM   #21
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I just camp close to someone who does!
Wait, does that imply having to share?

Sorry, you will have to pry my brownies out of my cold, hardened, arteries.

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Old 01-26-2017, 05:32 PM   #22
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For us it isn't all or nothing. We bake occasionally, but we use the outside grill or a small toaster oven. We prefer the extra drawers and the cleaner look of no oven.

There's no wrong answer here. It's a matter of how you camp, and your personal taste.
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Old 01-26-2017, 09:11 PM   #23
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Camp Chef oven is a great alternative.
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Old 01-26-2017, 09:27 PM   #24
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OK, Donna, I'll bite. What's a Hebrew National? Beer would be my first guess. Or someone that Trump won't let into the country...
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OK, Donna, I'll bite. What's a Hebrew National? Beer would be my first guess. Or someone that Trump won't let into the country...
Great Kosher hot dog . Pat
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Old 01-26-2017, 09:40 PM   #26
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OK, Donna, I'll bite. What's a Hebrew National? Beer would be my first guess. Or someone that Trump won't let into the country...
Your joking ? , Right. You've never had a cold Hebrew National on tap ?.
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'Course, hot dog was my second choice...

Hey Steve, dare ya to post a picture of a pint of that!
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We use our oven 2 or 3 times a trip while boon docking in the cold and often wet mountain weather where we like to fish. Heating up a frozen lasagna, toasting garlic bread, etc.
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Old 01-27-2017, 07:14 AM   #30
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We use our oven 2 or 3 times a trip while boon docking in the cold and often wet mountain weather where we like to fish. Heating up a frozen lasagna, toasting garlic bread, etc.
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Hi: Bobbito... You mean you don't use it to cook the fish? Alf
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Hi: Bobbito... You mean you don't use it to cook the fish? Alf
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Lisa often bakes fish. She used lots of different spices and coatings. Very yummy !
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Old 01-27-2017, 08:16 AM   #32
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The oven

You know we release all but a few fish that we take back home for our BBQ and maybe one or two that we fry in a pan with flour, butter and spices. What are your recipes for baking trout?

When you catch a lot of fish it gives you a thrill to watch those gorgeous rainbow torpedoes swim away unharmed. (soft catch & release net) Those hookups that result in injury...[emoji26]...well we keep them or feed them to the eagles, osprey or loons that follow us.


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You know we release all but a few fish that we take back home for our BBQ and maybe one or two that we fry in a pan with flour, butter and spices. What are your recipes for baking trout?

When you catch a lot of fish it gives you a thrill to watch those gorgeous rainbow torpedoes swim away unharmed. (soft catch & release net) Those hookups that result in injury...[emoji26]...well we keep them or feed them to the eagles, osprey or loons that follow us.


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I too only keep the odd few to eat, and only for a fresh meal. Rare is it I drive away with a trout in the cooler. Mind you, I don't fish near as much as some, I tend to get distracted with other things to do when I head our from camp fishing.

We do like to buy fresh catches from fishermen when travelling though, always a great way to buy your fish.
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I thought this thread was about the oven.
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Old 01-27-2017, 09:34 AM   #35
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I thought this thread was about the oven.
And things to cook in it.

(I am easily distracted)
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Old 03-31-2017, 12:43 PM   #37
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Yeah, Glen Baglo.
Used that Coleman oven on huntingtrips.We are talking big wall tents for accomodation.My son complained that it was a lot of work and took a long time to bake a couple of sour bread loafs.When the first one was ready he ate most of it himself with real butter and jam.Works for ready made cinnamon dough too.A stormy day in moose camp will keep you occupied.Game is not moving in a storm.At least not up at the Alaska Hwy.We pack so much other gear so the weight does not matter.It is a folding oven of course with a temp control.
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Old 03-31-2017, 04:14 PM   #38
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I too only keep the odd few to eat, and only for a fresh meal. Rare is it I drive away with a trout in the cooler. Mind you, I don't fish near as much as some, I tend to get distracted with other things to do when I head our from camp fishing.

We do like to buy fresh catches from fishermen when travelling though, always a great way to buy your fish.
Jim ... what kind of Odd fish do you eat? How odd is odd enough?

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We have no microwave oven in ours, just the stove and oven my wife loves it. Just so you know, we full time in our 21'.


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Jim ... what kind of Odd fish do you eat? How odd is odd enough?

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Tom, if you were a fish, you would be a keeper. That kinda odd.
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