Sunday, February 8, 2009

Sunday stroll . . . in Inverness

Cypress knees.

Evening out at Stumpknockers

What is a Stumpknocker?

The Stumpknocker is a fish that has long been a part of Southern fishing lore. You'll find these small bream-like fish hugging the submerged cypress stumps where they live and feed - thus giving them the name Stumpknockers. Stumpknockers are found in large numbers along the scenic Withlacoochee and other Florida rivers.

Stumpknockers Restaurants is like its namesake - small and tucked away, but well worth the trouble to find.

(left to right) Me, Cousin Brian, Aunt Judy, Uncle Dale.

Sorry foodies, I forgot to take a close up of my entree.
Let's see . . . my plate contained the Seafood platter.

Seafood Platter Fried is best!

White Fish, Shrimp, Oysters, Scallops and Crab Cake,
baked sweet potato and corn on the cob.
I also tried some of Brian's Catfish.

Good food and Great Company!

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