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Do you clean fish while they are alive?

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Anglers often keep fish alive while fishing for as long as possible to avoid the task of keeping dead fish cold on ice. Once fish are dead, it's best to clean them within two hours and eat them within 24 hours.

FAQ

  • Do you remove skin from fish?

    Although the skin is safe to eat on most types of fish, some people don't like the taste of it. Fortunately, it is easy to remove with a thin, sharp knife. You can take the skin off of a fillet by cutting underneath the meat. For whole fish, remove the head and fins first so you are left with a nice piece of meat.

  • Do fish see bait at night?

    The majority of fish can see lures at night, but their vision is limited. So fish depends on their other senses, which are slightly heightened, when vision is limited, to detect food or predators. As long as your fishing where the fish are, they will find your lures, even at night.

  • What is pollock in Korean?

    Throughout history, pollock has been the most commonly enjoyed fish for Koreans. ... The freshly-caught pollock is called “saeng-tae;” frozen pollack, “dong-tae.

  • What is the most toxic thing in your house?

    The 6 Most Toxic Household Chemicals

    • Antifreeze.
    • Bleach.
    • Drain Cleaners.
    • Carpet or Upholstery Cleaners.
    • Ammonia.
    • Air fresheners.
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