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Thread: Cleaning method for a brim

  1. #11
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    Great method, I will try that next time I catch some bream.
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    I will have to try that method.. but for now i still like mine fillet style
    For the love of Kids and FISHING!

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    Check out on YouTube - Broadcast Yourself.

    and in the search engine type in Bluegill filleting technique by Muskymod. He is a master with a manual fillet knife. No waste. Also check his video called bluegill fry, he will make you want to go to the freezer to thaw some out to fry.


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    Might have to give that a try!!!!!!

    Fatman

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    Im into this pawpaw, I scale and cut the heads off a couple messes a year just to remember what it was like as a kid. Actually I did it this past weekend and they were wonderful. I will try your method for sure and everyone remember, the closer to the bone the sweeter the meat! Thanks for the info pawpaw.

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    have you guys tried the panhandler box a friend uses it, says its easy and no wasted meat heres a link
    D & D Enterprizes




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