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What are the four steps to filleting a fish?

Asked: Danny Comeau, Last Updated:

Step by step

  1. 1 Making a cut across the fish at an angle, below the gill flap and fin to the belly.
  2. 2 Making a shallow cut from behind the head along the top of the dorsal fin to the tail.
  3. 3 Skimming the knife over the bones to free the top fillet.
  4. 4 Releasing the top fillet from the fish.

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