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    I like to bleed any fish that I'm going to eat. It makes cleaning them less messy and the meat is whiter and milder.
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    I usually soaked mind in Sea salt water. The blood will be gone and the meat all white.
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    I keep them alive till the knife or ice them down.
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    I soak my fish fillets overnight in lightly salted water. Works fine.
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    catch em...ice em....clean em...freeze em or eat em....fried is best but not the healthiest.....
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    I don't see a need for it with crappie but if you like it that way go for it.

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    Best way I have found is to bring 'em home flouncing. Fillet them alive(they don't have time to bleed). Wash 'em off meal 'em and throw 'em in a hot bath of grease. When through eating, time to kick back in the old recliner and get a nap. Just don't get no better then that.
    Be safe and good luck fishing
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    Whatever works for you, go for it. I was taught to bleed animals (farm or wild) when butchering so the meat wouldn't turn bad as quickly as it does when you leave the blood in them. Wife also soaks fillets in water with canning salt before pressure canning.
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    Soaking in milk works as well

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