How to Clean a Fish - Fish Cleaning
How to clean fish.
A video series by Peter Stellas .
Fishermen around the world have changed the way they clean
fish after seeing this system!
Want to know how to fillet fish?
Watch and learn how to clean a fish quickly and easily pull every bone out of fish as different as Northern
The end result can be a completely boneless fillet every time. This
method is faster, easier, wastes less meat, and anyone can benefit
from it in minutes. It's basically, fish cleaning made simple.
Stop throwing away 30% or more of your treasured catch! Avoid a family member from choking or picking bones out of their mouths, while eating a meal. Watch, learn, and share this fish cleaning knowledge with your friends and fishing buddies.
The basic "how to" for cleaning
We always start our tapes with a short segment on how to properly
scale a fish. Not everyone chooses to scale their fish, but
scaling a fish has many benefits over skinning, especially if you
are baking or broiling your fish fillet. Scaling leaves
the skin on the fillet, and since the skin on a fish holds most
of the moisture, your fish will be juicier and less dry when
cooked. Why not cook the fish fillet with the skin and scales
on then? Well, who wants to be picking scales out of their dinner
plate? It's kind of gross!
Also, scales harbor a lot of bacteria and by removing them a fillet
will be more sanitary and it will last longer when refrigerated
or frozen. Fillets also last longer when they are frozen with
the skin on because they don't freezer burn and dry out as fast. This
is true even when freezing with using water!
Next, in the process is gutting. Learn in detail the best way to
gut fish so that your fish will be truly clean! Scaling and gutting
are optional in the process and you don't necessarily need our fish
scaler or fillet knife either.
The point is: Know what your doing and why.
about a fish that many consider to be difficult to clean like Northern
Pike? Not a problem! Northerns, are simple when you use our belly filleting technique. Just loosen the bones and then pull the entire skeleton out in one swift move! All that will be left is a boneless butterflied Northern Pike fillet. It's fast, easy and anyone can learn how to clean a fish by buying this tape.
Fish Cleaning - Cleaning Fish