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Old 28-06-2013, 12:13   #121
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Re: Dispatching Fish with Alcohol

I have never used booze for killing fish. After bringing the first tuna aboard we learned to put them into a bucket head first to eliminate the blood spatter. I favor the sharp knife behind the eyes in the center of the head. Most certainly bleed the fish for good quality. Cutting the tail and trailing the fish would be a good alternative, until a shark got on to it. Don't worry about the blood too much, just don't let it dry. Ripping a gill works well.

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