Howdy and welcome back to Out Cast Fishin Charters!!
Thank you for being a part of our Out Cast Family!!! We are excited to share what has been happening last month! It was a MONSTA month with some awesome catches! If you don’t believe us just take a look for yourself!
As you can see, we have been busy pulling in some MONSTA hauls!! Everything from MONSTA Trout to some of the best eating Shark, Spanish Mackerel, and Stingrays!
These are the best months to get in on the action! The toothy sharks are in the more shallow areas now along with more warm weathered fish coming in! Follow us on Facebook, Out Cast Charters, to see some of the awesome hauls we bring in, just about EVERY DAY!!
Look no further ladies and gentlemen, we are the charter company for you !! Make sure you book a trip soon while the fish are biting; spaces are filling up fast!!
Join us for a chance to pull in some of the best eating fish that go along with our recipe of the month, as well as some true MONSTAS! Book today for the best deals around.
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LEFT TO RIGHT
1. ProAngler John Schulstad, Seattle, Washington
2. Allie Stussie - Galveston,Texas
3. Brad Panek - Slot Red, Galveston, Texas
4. Cameron in Cabo San Lucus, Mexico
Keen - monsta- minired
6. James Evans & Heather Pobst She said “YES”
Recipe of the Month!
Easy Ceviche - Spanish Mackerel
One of the best catches we have this time of year is the Spanish
Mackerel. This fish is a lot like the king fish except it is smaller and
faster, so the meat is almost like a small tuna. You can cook the mackerel in
the same way as you cook most tunas, but this recipe is a little different and
is the easiest one yet! If you like sushi or ceviche you know the seafood
in these dishes are often raw fish. The difference with ceviche is that the
fish has been cured in citrus, like a lime or lemon. Well ladies
and gentlemen that is what we bring you today! Ceviche Spanish Mackerel for the
All you need is:
Soy sauce and/or
A bag for storage!
Place a fully filleted Mackerel, with no scales, into the
storage bag. Fill the bag with the citrus of lemon/lime, until all the fish is
covered. Add your choice of sauce and close the bag tightly (you may
double bag it). Shake it around to make sure the sauce mixes well with the
juice and refrigerate for 15-30 minutes. You may marinate longer for larger
filets) but careful not to overcook; it can overpower the fish taste.
Depending on what your end goal is, also depends on what juice and
sauce you use in the mixture. Lime and Worcestershire is a great
combination to add with pico de gallo and chips. Lemon and soy will be
great with steamed rice, fried onions, and avocado; the choice is yours!
If you have enjoyed these recipes, or have some of your own, take
a picture and tag us on Facebook! If you want to share your own recipe,
let us know!! If you prepared one of our recipes, tag us with your MONSTA
Meal by including your: catch, a snapshot and recipe name.
Until next time MONSTAFishers! Be safe out there and keep those lines tight!!