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July 19th, 2004

Trout Madison
By RonMT

Here is one that we use to make while guiding on the Madison River, MT. It is called Trout Madison.

You can use a pit dug in the bank with BBQ Bricketts or a normal BBQ'er.

Take a Trout about 12 or 13 inches long. One for each person. Clean leaving the heads on. Just gut it.

Take a piece of Foil for each fish. Lay the fish on the foil and sprinkle with lemon pepper.

Take a piece of cream cheese, a slice of tomato and onion and place into the body cavity of the fish on the foil.

Now wrap the fish with a Slice of Bacon. Add a splash of White Wine and close tightly so it will not leak. Cook for about 3 minutes on each side on a hot fire. The Cream cheese and White Wine will form it's own sauce. Also with this we would serve corn on the cob. We would open the husks take the tassel out and wrap with a slice of Bacon and close back up.

Throw this on the BBQ First as it will take longer to cook than the fish. Add butter when it is done and with the fish it is a first rate meal - And easy to make. ~ RonMT

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