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I guess if your wife is mad that you went fishing instead of cleaning the patio, you can kill two birds with one stone?

 

 

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Do people scale bass? Seems like you could easily fillet it in the amount of time he spent pressure washing it. I would also think that would give the meat a weird texture...? Also scales are going to get EVERYWHERE! Meh, either way that's a clever idea, someone try it and tell me how the fish tastes and if you really saved time. :lol:

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I can filet a fish in less time

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Boy that really makes me want to eat something else!

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clearly this guy doesn't live where there are issues with drought:eyebrows:

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If I can't filet it, I will not kill it.

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If you had 50 bluegill I could see this maybe being worth the effort of pulling out the pressure washer and firing it up. But I think a scaling tumbler would be easier to use.

For one bass, eh looks like a lot of time for very little extra meat. He says he likes that he gets a bit more meat doing the pressure wash than fileting.

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All the fish I've eaten in my life and to think I've never scaled or peeled one... I fillet all fish I eat.

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And to think I have been doing it wrong all these years...

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