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    That's a cut above the rest, eh? I can see where I've been missing some and will try to work a bit more forward next time. Thanks.
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    thanks for the nice comments , to be sure over the years I cut up lots of fish from a lot of places and done it a lot of different ways .
    this is just my personal preference on the way I want to clean my crappie , if the number of fish I "had" to whack was high , trust me I would not be using this method and or that knife .
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    Ketchn, have you ever tried to fillet bream like that?
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    Quote Originally Posted by livemusic View Post
    Ketchn, have you ever tried to fillet bream like that?
    the answer is of course YES , slightly different though on the rib cage area unless they are huge bream .
    and sometimes I employ a slightly smaller knife on them as well .
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    will try that when I don't have as many fish to clean, can see the advantage and the cleaner filet. thanks Outlaw!
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    Enjoyed the video!
    Especially the sound the knife makes coming down the rib bones.
    I was surprised you Coupl hear that on the video.


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    I think I was the one asking about how to fillet a crappie your referring too....thanks for taking the time to make this vid and to show others.
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    I use an electric knife on all fish, takes about 45 sec. from start to finish, in a hurry 30 sec, it just saves time and probably lose a small amount of meat
    Philippians 4; 13, I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by glasseyes View Post
    I use an electric knife on all fish, takes about 45 sec. from start to finish, in a hurry 30 sec, it just saves time and probably lose a small amount of meat
    Same here and when cleaning 30 or more can’t do it fast enough! If I need more meat I’ll catch another one.
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    There's always two types of fileting fish, there's the quick way and the respect the fish way.....
    I have always respected the animals I take and try to maximize my use of them.....I do similar to Ketchn but different.....

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