Cooking Fish

Charcoal or Gas Grill
Fish fillets can’t handle the direct heat of either grill.
The less you move or turn fish the better!
Charcoal
Place the coals in the center of the grill
Gas
Only light the middle burners on your gas grill
Spray Pam on a cloth and wipe the grill using tongs before placing fish.
Place your fillets on the edge of the lit burner for one minute, turn fish carefully with a spatula, for another minute, (be sure not to poke or press down)
(If you use charcoal place fish at the edgeof coals)
Continue cooking the fish until a digital instant readout meat thermometer reads about 145°F inserted into the thickest part of the fish.
Grilling time depends on thickness of fish fillet, can vary fron 2 minutes to 4 minutes on each side

Whole Fish

Rub the fish all over with olive oil and season inside and out with salt and pepper.
Wipe the grate with oil on a cloth using a tongs for safety.
Grill the fish over medium high heat, uncovered, until lightly charred, about 10 minutes. Turn and grill until the flesh is white, about 10 minutes more.
A digital instant readout meat thermometer reads about 145°F
Place the fish on a platter and let stand for about 10 minutes before serving

Fish Steaks i.e. salmon, halibut etc
Basicly the same rules, usually takes 5-6 minutes per side.