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October Fish Recipe: Smoked Trout Dip Featured

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Who doesn’t like dip? The flavors of dips are seemingly endless, but if you’re a fan of fish, you’ve got to try smoked trout dip! It’s delicious, and it’s a quick and easy dish to make for a get together or party!

 If you want to go trout fishing, follow the Florida state and federal fishing regulations. Each species of fish has its own fishing rules for bag limits and sizes. Throughout the year, fishing for redfish can be different. For redfish, you cannot keep a fish smaller than 18” or bigger than 27”. You are only allowed 1 redfish per person in the southern parts of Florida. To view these state and federal regulations, visit the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission website.

If you enjoy fishing in the Key West area, you can set sail from our Key West Harbour marina. You can dock your boat at this marina before and after your fishing adventure. If you need any supplies, we have Ships Store where we carry bait, fishing supplies, gear, snacks, and more!  Our marina also is home to great dining options and suites for you to have a nice meal and stay for the night after a big day on the water.

Enjoy this recipe! You’ll want to whip up this dip again and again!

 

Naples Fishing Recipes: Smoked Trout Dip

Makes: 1 pound

Like dips? Well, if you’ve never tried a smoked trout dip, get on it! Smoked trout dip is delicious, maybe even one of the best dips you’ll ever have. It’s also quick to whip up for your next party. Give it a try! 

Ingredients
1 pound fresh local boneless trout fillets, smoked
1/4 cup mayonnaise
2 tablespoons sour cream
1 teaspoon chopped fresh parsley
1 teaspoon seafood seasoning, such as Old Bay
1/2 teaspoon ground white pepper
2 tablespoons lemon juice
1 tablespoon chopped fresh chives
Crostini, crackers, or pita bread for serving

Directions 
With gloved hands, flake the fish into a bowl, removing the skin as you go. Add the mayonnaise, sour cream, parsley, seafood seasoning and pepper, and mix gently. Add the lemon juice and toss once again to mix. Plate in a terrine and sprinkle with the chopped chives as garnish. Serve with crostini.

Recipe courtesy of Robert Irvine.  

Dock Your Boat in Key West

Looking for a place to store your fishing boat? Or any boat? Florida Marina Clubs offers dry and wet storage slips at Key West Harbour. To contact our Key West marina, call 305-292-3121. Come on down for some fun! There are always events happening at our marina!

Come back for another fish recipe in the month of November! 

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