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Old 01-15-2018, 09:39 AM
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Video demonstrates filleting sand seatrout without an electric knife.

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Where is your cutting board?????


The wife is going to be mad when the pretty table surface is all cut up.


Nice video and nice size fish.
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Old 01-15-2018, 03:49 PM
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Where is your cutting board?????


The wife is going to be mad when the pretty table surface is all cut up.


Nice video and nice size fish.
That fish cleaning table belongs to BeachGeek, our gracious host that trip. He fully approved the cleaning of fish on it, as long as I was cleaning the fish instead of him. He joked about making his own video along the line of, "How to get someone else to clean your fish."

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Best method for white trout is to scale them first, then filet each side leaving the skin in place. This helps to keep the meat together and allows for an easier frying or freezing of the soft meat.
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Old 01-18-2018, 12:12 PM
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My trick is to make your first cut on the port side of the fish (belly facing your belly) Make your first slice and then immediately make a decisive slice towards the anus, opening the belly of the fish. Then you can quickly move the air bladder and stomach out of the way. From there you can make a clean, silver skin-free initial filet cut.

My other trick is to use an electric knife to take the skin off the filet. Easier and cleaner than with your straight blade. Save them all for the end.
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Most of my videos are 101 deals for millenials who have never done it before, not pro tips for those who have done it 1000 times.
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Most of my videos are 101 deals for millenials who have never done it before, not pro tips for those who have done it 1000 times.
If you want to appeal to the millenials the video should instruct them to whine until someone cleans the fish for them....
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If you want to appeal to the millenials the video should instruct them to whine until someone cleans the fish, cooks them, and then feeds them to them....


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