the Salt Fork River is in NC Okla. Its the drainage from the Great Salt Pains NWR in Nw Ok.
It merges with the Chiskakia River in Kay county and drains into the Arkansas River South of Ponca City.
Theydo not have a bone in their bodies, and when you fillet them, you can take the guts and put them in your two hands. They only eat plankton.
One has to be ruthless in cutting the fat from the meat. If not it will taste REALLY fishy.
This is my experience.
Is this the same with you luvslabfishin?
Yes Dennis..lol its time consuming to me trying to seperate the fatty meat from the lean meat,but it,s well worth the trouble after biting into a grilled piece of spoonbill.