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refreezing fish?

Discussion in 'Warm Water Species Fishing' started by jimbo, Jun 5, 2017.

  1. WallyWorld

    WallyWorld

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    I see an excuse to go fish for gills the two days before the fry. Hopefully you get on em and can get 2 limits, thaw a few of your frozen bags and cook them first. Then start into your fresh fish and freeze whats left over
     
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  2. jiggin is livin

    jiggin is livin

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    And no body ever complained about that!
     

  3. jimbobway

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    When your ice fishing and the fish freezes you thaw , then filet and freeze . Just keep thawed fish on ice , what's left over just cook later .
     
  4. hawgeye

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    Cook it up! They will eat it. I made walleye for my wedding rehearsal dinner. 50 people and I cooked a 100 fish, not a stitch left over! Just a lot of people holding there guts! Lol
     
  5. jimbo

    jimbo

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    If anybody still cares, it was a successful birthday party. 90,60,,50,20, &34.
    Along with the fish, they had pork n chicken.
    If my count was right, there was a total around 170 fish. There was about 25 left that we didn't cook & I was allow to take them home . They are going to my daughters in laws for a fish fry today.
     
  6. alex-v

    alex-v

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    No doubt that quart bags, even several of them at a time will thaw quicker than one large gallon bag. The large bags of fillets I was talking about were packaged that way in preparation for mega fish fries.