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Thread: Has Anyone Tried The Skinzit

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    Default Has Anyone Tried The Skinzit

    HI All - just checking to see if anyone has tried the Skinzit on crappie. Looks interesting but didn't know if the skin on a crappie is tough enough to hold up in the removal process. Appreciate any hands on opinions.
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    Specseeker

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    I was wondering the same thing! Anxious to hear reviews.


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    Here is an old post with a lot of information on the skinzit.
    http://www.crappie.com/crappie/louis...drive-skinzit/
    Be safe and good luck fishing

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    They work great in my opinion.Take a little practice just like when everyone first started filleting fish.Think back when y'all started.Yes there is a learning curve once ya get the hang of it a person can keep up with 2 people cutting off the fillets.

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    Well I guess I'm a sucker for a new toy!
    I'll get one and let you know how it goes. Hope all is well for everyone and thanks for all of the good advice over the years.
    Specseeker

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    Waste of money as I made the mistake of buying one lol. Just my opinion. Can clean a fish faster with the knife.


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    $140 is a lot of money just to de skin and rib
    And with that, I'll see you on the water...
    John
    Remember to take your kids fishn'
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    It looks to me like you are skinning a fillet. While you're cutting the fillet process why not just flip it over and cut the skin away from the meat? I don't see the advantage of using the Skinzit.
    I may be getting older but I refuse to grow up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Crappieplasticm View Post
    Waste of money as I made the mistake of buying one lol. Just my opinion. Can clean a fish faster with the knife.


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    I agree. Did the same thing. By the time I learned how to use it the time lost negated the amount of fish I could fillet compared to lectric knife

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    I agree with Spindle!

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