Best Fish to catch for Eating in Palm Beach Gardens
Snapper Fishing in Palm Beach Gardens
Snapper is a delicious, firm white fish with a light flavor often caught when deep sea fishing. It is also a crowd favorite due to the endless culinary possibilities it presents. Snapper can be fried, grilled, braised, steamed, or seared and is a go-to fish for many barbecues.
Try pairing snapper with red new potatoes or asparagus. To keep things simple, cut up a few red bell peppers and avocadoes and enjoy snapper with this simple light salad. A full-bodied Chardonnay brings out the fish’s light flavor, though Pinot Grigio and Sauvignon Blanc can work in a pinch.
Saltwater Fishing for Grouper
Grouper is another flaky white fish best prepared with a light marinade so as not to overpower the taste of this highly revered fish. After a successful day of deep sea fishing, try making a simple marinade of lemon, ginger, salt, pepper and a splash of olive oil. Let the fish soak in this marinade for about 30 minutes before cooking.
While steaming and frying grouper both work, broiling seems to be the preferred method. Pair the fish with a lightly sautéed side of summer vegetables. Put a bit of olive oil in a pan, add a little salt and garlic, chop up and add onion and throw in some zucchini to create an easy side that is sure to please. Add a bottle of Chenin Blanc and enjoy!
Offshore Fishing for Mahi-Mahi
Mahi-mahi is loved all throughout Palm Beach Gardens for its sweet flavor and firm texture. Much like snapper, mahi-mahi can be served in a variety of ways including fried, grilled, braised, steamed, or seared. Mahi-mahi is excellent in a slightly sweet marinade or teriyaki sauce. When looking for a complimentary side dish, focus on fruits instead. Grilled pineapple or pears make a wonderful addition to the flavor of this fish. A glass of Torrontés is the finishing touch needed to perfect the meal.
Fishing for Cobia in Palm Beach Gardens
Cobia is a common offshore fishing catch and less oily than others. It works splendidly when making sashimi. The fish also absorbs added flavors easily and tends to taste best when prepared with a little kick. Try coating cobia with a chili rub then grilling or searing for a few minutes on each side. Paring this delectable fish with a three bean salad or even horseradish-infused coleslaw is pure perfection. Add a bottle of Riesling and this meal is complete.
Hunting for Triggerfish with a Fishing Guide
Triggerfish is a mild tasting fish with a little sweetness to it; but finding these critters can prove difficult and may require the assistance of a fishing guide. Let triggerfish sit in a marinade of garlic and honey before throwing in a pan for a few minutes to sear on either side. Some of the best triggerfish side dishes include sugar snap peas or a simple fruit salad. White wines with a little sweetness work well with triggerfish and a White Zinfandel is always a good choice.
Deep Sea Fishing for Wahoo
Similar in taste to the mackerel caught when saltwater fishing, wahoo is an oily fish often enjoyed with simple seasonings. Make a rub out of olive oil, soy sauce, salt, pepper and a little lime, then let it sear on both sides until the middle flakes when a fork is interested. Caramelized onion with bell pepper thrown in makes for a great side dish to wahoo, as does a Cajun style rice dish. Pair it with a Cabernet Franc and enjoy how the arrays of flavors seem to meld together in pure perfection.