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2014 AOTY/DOTY Entry

Topic: Cleaning fish  (Read 37 times)

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RBark

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So, it occurred to me last weekend to ask this, and I forgot until just now.

With the near-catch of the WSB, I realized I have no idea how to clean Salmon, Halibut, WSB, and probably many other fish I might catch. I am the type that hates to waste anything I catch and kill. I'd like to see it done right. Halibut looks relatively straightforward, but it'd be nice to see it at least once.

Is there a place in the santa cruz area that's open on Saturday/Sunday afternoons where I could pay someone to clean and fillet the fish? Bonus if I can watch them do it. I'd hate to do a butcher job on my first catch of those.

Thanks for any advice!
Aiming for a world record in smallest fish ever caught using 6-8" frozen squid! So far, 3" Rockfish!


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