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    Quote Originally Posted by livemusic View Post
    If one has an ironing board, that is to fillet on? If so, what is the Workmate for?
    Yes either or, to fillet on. With the workmate I have a board to put on it, it's actually the piece left when they cut the hole out of countertops for the sink, works great!

    No hose needed for blood have bucket for the fish, one for guts and one for water, easy peesy!
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    Quote Originally Posted by M R Dux View Post
    That fish flopping set off a $&&$Storm with a bunch of bunny-humpers.
    Same ones that think their hamburger came from a grocery store!
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    Quote Originally Posted by catchNgrease View Post
    Problem solvedAttachment 400532

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    Yep Club them like a baby seal that will help!
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    I couldn't live with myself if I killed one with a bat. I always just cut the tail off and release them.
    Tell'em I'll be there.
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    Just leave them on ice overnight
    Problem solved


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    Quote Originally Posted by GreenLine View Post
    Just leave them on ice overnight
    Problem solved


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    I have started to clean winter caught crappie that have been on ice all night move their gills when placed on the cutting board.
    :I would like to thank the builders of docks for giving me a place to fish and lose tackle

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    Doesn’t bother me if they’re alive or dead. I’m there for the groceries.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chaunc View Post
    Doesn’t bother me if they’re alive or dead. I’m there for the groceries.
    Same here,


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    I can't be bad by cutting the fish !!!!! I'll just throw him on ice and freeze him slowly.
    I would agree with you, but then we would both be WRONG !!!!
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    You might want to look up ikejimi which shows how to dispatch fish quickly and as painlessly as possible.

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