OS1095: Fishing for Christmas

Jeff was off on assignment with the Jaguars, so Moe’s Fishing Forecast co-host Capt. Scott Shank joined Capt. Kevin and Capt. Kirk once again to talk about everything happening in this touch-and-go time for everyone who loves the outdoors here on the First Coast.

Here’s your L.V. Hiers gear tip of the week: These make THE BEST stocking stuffers!

Here’s your Ring Power CAT tip of the week: This is a great time of year to find reds in shallow water. If you have a boat or kayak that is capable of getting in a foot or two of water you need to go as far up a creek as possible! Your tackle needs to be light for stealth. A live shrimp or mud minnow is your best bet!
Photo Courtesy of: Captain Leon Dana

Here’s your KirbyCo Builders Inc cooking tip of the week: Thanks to OS listener and fan Mark Arnold for sharing!

Mark says, “Get rid of of all sinew and cut the backstrap against the grain in medallions a little larger than golf ball size. Mix either crushed or powder garlic with melted butter in sauce pan. Heat grill to around 450 and with a set of tongs dip each medallion in butter before placing on grill. Cook on each side about 2 minutes repeating dip in butter when turning. (the grill will flare up when placing the meat on it due to the butter but that’s the key to searing in the flavor) Take off grill, lightly pepper and serve immediately (this will give you a rare-medium steak that is to die for cook longer are your on risk of meat becoming chewy) Suggested side dishes collard greens, creamy grits and garlic rosemary potatoes served with a merlot or cab!