What does white bait taste like?


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Gary Tolf answered

it's a very easy eating fish. It's not too fishy.

I actually had some whiting yesterday which was similar. Was abolsutely amazing especially coupled with this Pinot Grigio i found from Vinaceous Wines. You have to check it out. It's called Sirenya and would go so so so well with white bait!

Bon Appetite and happy eating.

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