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How To Clean Your Fish Back at The Campsite
And here are some reasons why you should find a place away from your campsite to clean fish.
1. Be sure your filet knife is very sharp, and bring a bottle of fresh water to rinse the filets and a covered container to hold the cleaned fish.
2. Discard any fish remains in appropriate containers.
Hose down the area where you cleaned the fish, or use a bucket to
gather water from the lake and rinse the area.
4. It's best to clean fish as soon as possible after they come out of the water.
5. When storing cleaned fish on ice, don't allow melted water to touch the fish. Drain or discard the excess water as the ice melts.
6. Store the fish with the cavity facing down, so that water doesn't pool in the cavity.
7. Don't trim the fins before removing them, because bones at the base of the fins could be left inside the fish.
trout and some other fish, at the backbone there is a red line of
blood. I wouldn't suggest eating it. Cut along the blood vein, scrape
the blood out and rinse it off with water.
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