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It may have lost a bit of its flavor, but as far as being safe to eat, yes it is. I've eaten fish older than that after I had frozen it. It was still tasty but not as good as fresh (of course) and not as tasty as fish that was frozen for only a few weeks, but was still good to eat and filled me up. Use the right breading, fry it up and it will taste great!
 

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Freezer burn certainly is disgusting to see on fish or meat it is ok (if you can stomach it)to eat.If you see whitened bloches in fish fillets remove it with a sharp knife. A good Vacuum sealer will prevent freezer burn for an extended period...
 

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They'll be different for sure but 3 yr old frozen perch that have been kept in an ice block or vac bag are still awesome.
Not saying they wouldn't be. I'd be interested if it was a flavor thing, or a texture thing. Maybe a bit of both. Just curious.
 

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Not saying they wouldn't be. I'd be interested if it was a flavor thing, or a texture thing. Maybe a bit of both. Just curious.
I have two 12.5" perch that have been frozen whole in the freezer of 2 and a half years now. Guess I could find out this winter, just need to catch a few foot longs to compare them with this winter.
 

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"rule of thumb" use to be 1 year for any protein. When it comes to fish. I never keep more than a few weeks worth as the lions share is given to friends and neighbors who either can't or dont fish but love to eat it. There's more out there somewhere!
 
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