Silurus glanis - (Polish - Sum Pospolity) It stands to reason that Polish Catfish are in Illinois Waters - Polish Flag Vessels Sail into Calumet Harbor and - given the Eco Fascists squirming about the Asian Carp - Polish Catfish lurk in Illinois waters. Wait until the GLBT Water Task Force announces these finds -
Fully Kreusaned Flyfishers
I'm wetting my britches already!!!!
Gee, let's just follow the easy instructions found in the media by helpful glue-sniffers and amyl nitrate wafting activists:
Don't Flush! That's Selfish! Save and Save Your Waist and the Planet!If all Illinois residents would just poop in our handy Blue Barrels placed under their porches and replenished with freshwater from under their gutter downspouts( outside) and extras in their showers ( Inside -Low Flow Heads Only) we would be helping rid this planet of its greatest enemy -Man. Dinah Shure -Huffington Post
Lord , Lord, Lordy, Lord, Lord Catfish a'coming! We are doomed! Again.
The European Catfish is the worlds largest catfish. They are (is)indigenous to continental Europe east of the river Rhine, and are found as far north as Norway. They are voracious carnivores, mainly nocturnal, and given to hiding in dark places under banks and overhanging roots. These monster fish are believed to be able to live for over 100 years, and can grow to enormous sizes. During 2004 several catfish weighing in excess of 60 kilos have been caught in Polish waters.http://polishpoland.com/catfish.htm
The Wels catfish is easily distinguished from other catfish by its broad head, truncate caudal fin, mottled coloration and immense size. See a picture of a truely monsterous catfish here.
Catfish feed on live fish, frogs or virtually anything they can swallow that crosses their path! With some patience they can be taught to eat strips of raw meat from your hand. Catfish taste great and have a taste similar to eel. Here are some of our favourite catfish recipes*.
We are happy to offer free advice on the best locations in the west of Poland for MONSTER European Catfish, e.g. the river Obra Legend!
Battered Beer Catfish
3 lb. catfish
¼ cup cornmeal
¼ cup flour
2 eggs, beaten
1 12-ounce beer
¼ cup minced onion
3 cups vegetable oil
salt and pepper to taste
In a medium mixing bowl blend flour, cornmeal, salt, and pepper together. In a separate medium mixing bowl beat egg well, add beer and minced onions, mix well.
Cut the catfish into 2 inch cubes or strips. Heat the vegetable oil. Roll the catfish into the flour mixture, then dip into the beer-egg mixture, then back into the flour mixture. Place flour and dipped catfish into the deep-fry, cook until golden brown.
2 pounds catfish fillets
Combine seasonings in plastic storage bag, shaking to form mixture. Add fillets and marinate for up to 4 hours. Drain fillets, dredge in cornmeal and deep fry in fish fryer or pan fry in frying pan until golden brown.