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Portable fish cleaning table suggestions #12342517
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Needing to get a portable fish cleaning table. They all look pretty cheap made online. Suggestions on any good ones?


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Re: Portable fish cleaning table suggestions [Re: Im RICK JAMES] #12342526
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im looking for one too. i agree the ones online look cheap

Re: Portable fish cleaning table suggestions [Re: Im RICK JAMES] #12342568
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Looks like "portable" by nature is going to equate to light weight (cheap) Also looks like most all the tables of various brands seem to be all the same table. If you may want a more permanent solution, I have seen some pretty usable stuff at many second hand, resale store, goodwill so on that would make great re purposed fish cleaning stations. Just a thought.
https://www.amazon.com/s?ie=UTF8&fie...;tag=mozilla-20

Re: Portable fish cleaning table suggestions [Re: slshaneus] #12342570
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I just use one of those Lifetime folding tables, like the 3' x 5' size maybe? I also carry some 5 gallon buckets and put waste in a couple of them, and ice and water in another to throw the fillets in. I keep it in the back of the truck since I never know where I will feel like cleaning fish. I may clean them at the lake, the farm, or the house, just however the mood hits me. The kid cleaning the fish is optional, they are easy enough to make though. cheers


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Yeah they all look the same everywhere. I'll just order one off amazon.


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Re: Portable fish cleaning table suggestions [Re: TCK73] #12342575
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I used to just clean at the ramp with 12v fillet knife. Used fender on boat. Since I've found out it's unlawful to do that I haven't kept fish in years. Didn't wanna deal with left over fish parts but I wanna keep some fish.


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Re: Portable fish cleaning table suggestions [Re: Im RICK JAMES] #12342578
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Originally Posted By: Im RICK JAMES
I used to just clean at the ramp with 12v fillet knife. Used fender on boat. Since I've found out it's unlawful to do that I haven't kept fish in years. Didn't wanna deal with left over fish parts but I wanna keep some fish.


How is it unlawful?


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Re: Portable fish cleaning table suggestions [Re: ChuChu1] #12342591
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Can't clean fish at public ramps.


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Tailgate of pick up, scrap of plywood.

Re: Portable fish cleaning table suggestions [Re: Im RICK JAMES] #12342774
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Here is what I take with me for fish cleaning on the road:

https://www.amazon.com/Lifetime-80161-Co...=Lifetime+80161

Its height adjustable, so I can either stand up or sit down. I use a couple of plastic dishwashing tubs..one for filets and one for waste.

Re: Portable fish cleaning table suggestions [Re: Im RICK JAMES] #12342826
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Originally Posted By: Im RICK JAMES
Can't clean fish at public ramps.

Why not? I know of guides that clean fish on the tailgates of their trucks at the parking lot at ramps. If there is a law, can you show the statute?


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I think cleaning at the ramp is up to the controlling authority of the particular lake. As long as people clean up after themselves they will probably allow it. When the complaints start rolling in, it will stop.

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the trash can at the boat ramp in august always reminded me of a few old girlfriends.

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i might get banned for that,, sorry

Re: Portable fish cleaning table suggestions [Re: TCK73] #12343005
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Originally Posted By: TCK73
I think cleaning at the ramp is up to the controlling authority of the particular lake. As long as people clean up after themselves they will probably allow it. When the complaints start rolling in, it will stop.


That is most likely true. The guides I know haul the carcasses off when they leave.


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