If there’s one thing I always had some trouble with, that’s gutting and cleaning a fish.
Of all the skills I managed to master, this seems somehow the most elusive, probably because I’m not the biggest fan of cooking fish. I don’t mind catching and eating it, but what’s in between is what’s been giving me headaches.
That’s why I’m always looking for tips and tricks for making my job easier whenever hubby comes home triumphant from his fishing adventures (or the supermarket).
This is how I’ve stumbled upon this very cool infographic from Fix.com that I think you’ll appreciate as much as I did.
Let me know how you deal with this in the comments section below: do you have a hands on approach or do you let your significant other do the dirty job?
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This article has been written by Brenda E. Walsh for Survivopedia.
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Jim | October 18, 2015
Good subject! I am an accomplished backwoodsman with years spent over time in the deep wilderness NW. I firmly believe if you kill meat then learn to dress
the animal or fish concerned. Fish are simple to clean. Importantly a sharp knife
renders the chore quick and easy, especially trout and salmon. Other species
it’s easier to fillet the meat off bone and skin. Perch and walleye, etc.
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