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Lindy Fish Handling Glove Helps You Avoid Cuts & Punctures

May 5, 2013 7:11 am0 comments
Lindy Fish Handling Glove Helps You Avoid Cuts & Punctures

Fish Handling Gloves From Lindy It’s inevitable that you will eventually get poked and occasionally cut when handling fish. Fins, gills and gill covers can be dangerous and I know some fishers who won’t try to handle a bullhead or catfish on a dare.  About a decade ago Lindy came […]

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Beer Batter Recipe – Fried Fish Fillet’s Best Friend

May 3, 2013 7:53 pm1 comment
Beer Batter Recipe – Fried Fish Fillet’s Best Friend

Beer Batter Recipe Variations The simplicity of a Beer Batter Recipe for frying Walleye, or any other fish for that matter,  seems simple at first, until you try to come up with just one recipe for it. The uniformly mentioned ingredients are flour, egg(s), salt, pepper, Usually Baking powder Variations: […]

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Filleting Walleye – Cheeks & Wings Plus Knife & Electric Knife

April 25, 2013 7:45 pm0 comments
Filleting Walleye – Cheeks & Wings Plus Knife & Electric Knife

Continuing our series on filleting fish, in this post we will present two videos on filleting walleye.  There are different styles and approaches. We selected these two videos to share because while they present basically the same techniques, one makes a special point of capturing the “cheeks” and the “wings.”  […]

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Filleting Northern Pike – Getting Rid of the Y Bones

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Filleting Northern Pike – Getting Rid of the Y Bones

Northern Pike and larger walleye present a bit of an additional challenge when it come to filleting due to the Y bones that run along the top of the back on both sides of the backbone. In this video produced by Real Outdoors TV Show, you see a nice pike […]

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Fish Fillet Knife – What to Look For – Which to Buy

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Fish Fillet Knife – What to Look For – Which to Buy

Fish Fillet Knife Considerations There are five things to think about when considering which fish fillet knife or knives you want to buy. These are: Their length Their blade Their handle And any extras Plus the electric option. Fillet Knife Length Fish fillet knives come in three general sizes, short, […]

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Filleting a Sunfish

April 23, 2013 11:23 am0 comments
Filleting a Sunfish

I keep a fish scaler in my tackle box. I grew up scaling my sunfish and crappies and often still do.  The thought of filleting them seemed odd to me at first as these are not big fish. However there is a lot to be said for a nice batch […]

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