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Thread: Clean Your Catch on Location!

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    Gut & Scale on Location! No More Fish Scales Or Smell At Home!

    For those of you who are happily married or have gf/bf's. Want to keep it that way? CLEAN YOUR FISH ON LOCATION. I don't think having flying scales to stinky garbage will help your next request at home when you're trying to go fishing again the following week.

    I'm demonstrating how to clean a reef fish. If you want fillets you can cut/pull the skin off. There are many ways to clean your catch, if it works for you then there's no wrong way. I rarely keep the fish i catch, but when i get requests for fresh fish i'll take the time to clean them on location.

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    It's also a good idea to put the fish in convenient containers if the fish is small or you plan to cook in pieces. I like Rubbermaid 2108377 - different volumes, and it is convenient to put it in the freezer (including the portable one). And so different types of containers can be viewed here https://mykitchenadvisor.com/best-fo...ge-containers/. I found mine purely by accident, and became interested, because the thing is useful.

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    It's the least we could do so future generation would have the same love for what we know now.

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