I wonder if Lionfish are eating juvenile bonefish? Hmmm…
A Dissection of a Lionsfish. WARNING, not for sensitive viewers.
But the good news is there’s a great use for them: FOOD. Watch below for the proper way to handle and clean these tasty invasive species.
And now you’re ready to make Lionfish Ceviche as prepared by the chefs at Cayman’s own Tukka Restaurant:
Lionfish Ceviché Recipe
- Shredded/Cut Lionfish (properly prepared)
- 1 Small Onion, diced.
- 1 Small Color Capsicum, diced.
- 1 Small Spring Onion, diced.
- Cilantro, coarse chopped.
- 1 Small Avocado, cubed.
- Rice Wine Vinegar.
- Lime Juice.
Bonefishing in the Caribbean, with a former… “french/alaskan” fishing guide.
About the only thing I’ll personally add here is: “An anti-reverse reel for bonefishing? Really?”
I’ve just spent the last week with a group of like minded folk in Florida searching (mainly in vain) for tarpon. I was a lot further south than the area mentioned in this video, but it’s just another example of how far this influence of this sportfish has spread throughout the state.
Actually, I caught two and popped off another bigger fish cruising the shoreline, but none of that was on video so it may not have happened. For an island boy it was cold, which is why I’m wearing two hats… and several shirts. It could also explain my abnormally high voice on this film.
Normally I’m way more manly. Swear.
This film documents a good friend of mine’s journey in fly fishing starting in October 2012 to date. I know, he can fish that well already. Sigh…