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Do you bleed a kingfish?

Asked: Alexandre David, Last Updated:

I also recommend bleeding your fish, particularly if you have speared a pelagic such as trevally, kahawai or kingfish. ... Of course, bleeding can attract sharks so if you're not keen on bleeding your fish while you are in the water, I would suggest you bleed the fish in a large bucket of seawater on your vessel.

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