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The limit for Stripers is 1 fish per day - 42 inches long
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The limit for Stripers is 1 fish per day - 42 inches long
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CAPTAIN JIM’S FAMOUS CHICKEN NOODLE SOUP

In a large stockpot, boil A FULL CHICKEN (HEN) 60 minutes in about 2 gallons of water.  Then use a strainer spoon to remove all the bones and excess fat (leave all the meat!).  This process needs to be very thorough.   You have now created a terrific “stock” for your soup! 

Coarsely chop up one medium bag of carrot, one medium bag of celery and one half of a medium bag of onions.   Add to the stockpot.

Add 4 table spoons of garlic powder, 1 stick of butter, along with a tablespoon of oregano and a tablespoon of black pepper. 

Bring to a boil, then reduce heat and cook on medium heat one hour.  Then, add a large bag of your favorite noodles (I suggest wheat noodles that are very low fat).   Return to a boil, then reduce heat and simmer for 30 minutes longer.  Feel free to add a little extra water if you feel you need to.

This recipe is terrific and makes a huge amount of soup.   Salt and pepper to taste and enjoy!

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