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Restaurant that will cook your fish

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What is the name of the restaurant that will cook your fish for a fee? Do you have to bring them in cleaned or will they do that too?

Thanks!

Ryan

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West wind & JR's I have been to. I think if you don't want to clean them they will find some one to do it for a price. I am sure alot of the resteraunt will do this type of thing for you

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I know West Winds does it. Not a bad price for one heck of a meal either.

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Thanks Youngie and Jon! Jon, how much is it?

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will they cook your crappies too???? I know they will cook your walleye but the season is over so..........

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oh yeah, you betcha

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Yes, they will cook your crappies AND they taste great!

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Thanks Youngie and Jon! Jon, how much is it?


I am pretty sure it was $7.95 for 2 fillets and the rest of the meal or $4.95 for just 2 fillets. Or for big appetites its $1.99 to cook 2 extrtra fillets.

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How much is it if you sit down at the table where the guys that are having their fish cooked??? grin.gifgrin.gif

Been there, done that, got escorted out. Too much CROWN!!

Just kidding!

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