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How long can you keep mackerel after catching?

Asked: Jordan Vlietstra, Date Created:

4-5 days Mackerel of medium fat content stowed in ice or in refrigerated sea water immediately after capture will keep in good condition for 4-5 days. Stale or noticeably spoiled mackerel should not be used for processing.

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