There is nothing like freshly caught fish cooked over your campfire. Try this recipe for blackened fish.2 tablespoons Paprika
2 tablespoons White pepper
2 tablespoons Cayenne pepper
3/4 cup Creole seasoning
1/4 cup Blackening seasoning
6 to 12 fish fillets
1/8 cup margarine (that is 1/4 of a stick)
Mix all the spices together. Coat each of the fillets with the spice mixture. Melt the margarine (or butter, if you prefer) in an iron skillet over a hot cooking fire. Sear the fish for 1 to 2 minutes on each side, or until they smoke and appear "blackened".
Remove the skillet from the fire and cover. The heat in the pan will complete the cooking in about 10 minutes.
To make it easier, you can mix the seasonings at home and store in an air-tight container to bring with you.