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    Default New fillet tool

    I was at Walmart and saw a new tool that hold the fish tail to the cleaning board with your hand. Also has a bottle opener and fish scaler. I can't remember the name. Anybody know? Tried one?
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    IMO it would at least double the time it took to clean fish. You have to attach and release each side. And it would prevent you from making adjustments to fish while you are cutting.

    And if I were to try one I would want the head attached instead of the tail.

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    Use an old kitchen fork New fillet tool


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    Quote Originally Posted by speckfinder View Post
    And if I were to try one I would want the head attached instead of the tail.
    I always clamp the head so I can use the tail as a hinge. Just had not seen one before and was curious if anyone had tried it.



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    I just nail a bottle cap to the end of a wooden dowel. Holds the tail end down just fine. Pop
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