Smoked Lake Whitefish Dip

This recipe for Smoked Lake Whitefish dip can be a hit with people who love smoked fish, and those who might not otherwise try fish on their own. You can spread it on crackers, a bagel, or eat it with veggies. Make sure to check out the video of winter spearfishing for the main ingredient in this recipe.

Smoked Lake Whitefish Dip on bagle


– 2 cups of smoked lake whitefish
– 3 tablespoons of sour cream
– 2 tablespoons mayonnaise
– 1 pinch+ of Old Bay™ Seasoning
– 1/8 teaspoon of Worcestershire sauce
– 1/8 teaspoon of Tabasco™ or hot sauce of choice
– A dash of liquid smoke (optional, depending on the amount of smoke flavor in your fish)
– Fresh cracked pepper to taste

Mix the smoked fish, mayo and sour cream by hand, or in a food processor. Add remaining ingredients and blend until it has a nice smooth consistency. Taste and add more of any ingredient to match your taste preference. Serve with crackers, toast, bagel or veggies.

Posted by Mark

Mark Norquist is Publisher and Editor of Modern Carnivore. He's spent a good part of his life outdoors. He has a passion for hunting, fishing, foraging and eating healthy food.