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Removing What from Fish?!? #10656405 02/28/15 09:22 PM
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I know many living things have some form of parasite or another, and so I'm not surprised to see this, but still, watching the video was an eye opener, and you can bet that from now on, I will be on the lookout for these the next time I clean a fish.

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Re: Removing What from Fish?!? [Re: B_Rod] #10656483 02/28/15 09:53 PM
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I have pulled worms from a few fish I cleaned. I had a ton of sandbass to clean so I tossed this particular one and best believe I have inspected them throughly ever since.


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Re: Removing What from Fish?!? [Re: Knot at work] #10657740 03/01/15 06:22 AM
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Just a little more protein, make sure you cook them good and you should be ok. food


Re: Removing What from Fish?!? [Re: B_Rod] #10657827 03/01/15 12:26 PM
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I always keep an eye open while cleaning fish. For the most part all goes well. Every now and then I come across one like above or find something on the fillet that just does not seem wright. Usually I disguard the fish and don't eat it. My motto is when in doubt or something just don't look right, don't eat it! coolio



Good video. cheers




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