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Do you put fish on ice after catching?

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After the Catch Wipe the fish surface clean with cloth or paper towels, keep the fish moist, but not wet, by wrapping it in clear plastic wrap, put the fish in a sealable storage bag, and place it on ice or snow. If making fillets, rinse the fish in cold, clean water to remove blood, bacteria, and digestive enzymes.

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