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Now, onto the good stuff.
100,000 Dead Fish Turn Up In Nevada Fishery
Find out why HERE.
The majority of us are seasoned hunters or anglers who are well-versed in how to properly clean and fillet a fish, but for those that are not this is a well-made introduction into doing it yourself.
While wrestling with a fish full of bones and guts doesn’t sound that appetizing to beginner fishermen, in our world it’s “No Guts, No Glory,” so if you’re looking to become a respected angler (who also practices catch and release when appropriate) you best get to learning how to treat your catches right.
For our experts with prime fishing season fast approaching, it’s not a bad idea to brush up on your own skills, either.
If you’re a fan of leaving the skin on like I am, skip the last step, but the rest is a great guide for those who may be learning. Pass on the knowledge to fishing buddies old and new.
When did you learn to fillet a fish? Do you think this guide is helpful? Share your thoughts in the comments below.
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