Category: Tutorials

How To Skin a Fish Fillet Like A Pro

A very common question that is asked by cooks, as well as beginning anglers, is how to skin a fish fillet. Although the process is very straightforward and arguably easy for veteran fishermen, it can be difficult for people who have not done it before. Like everything in life, mastering it takes practice. You want

How To Skin Bluegill Like A Pro

Bluegill Sunfish maybe one of the smallest fish in North America but they are incredibly prolific breeders and also incredibly delicious I believe that bluegill have one of the best meats out of any freshwater fish. What they lack in size they more than makeup for in sheer flavor. I am a very big fan

How To Skin Salmon Fillets Like A Pro

Salmon fish is one of the tastiest and healthiest fish that swim. Because of this, it is also one of the most expensive. Salmon skin is a special treat in the culinary universe because many top chefs around the globe love to leave it on. It does help the meat cook better and more evenly.

How To Skin Perch Like A Pro

Yellow perch might just be one of the tastiest but underrated fish in the world. These tiny little guys hold some of the flakiest meat known in the culinary universe. That is of course, once you get past the skin. Perch skin is the odd one out. The skin is not fragile but it is

How To Skin Largemouth Bass Like A Pro

Largemouth bass are one of America’s most popular fish because of their incredible fighting abilities. The skin on a largemouth is covered in small scales that do a good job at protecting the fish from predators and injuries. When it comes time to serve them for the dinner table, this can make cleaning them a

How To Skin Catfish Like A Pro

Catfish are arguably one of the most underrated fish that swim because of their “questionable” lifestyles. The skin on a catfish is like processed leather. This is to to protect the catfish from injuries as well as allow it to swim easier. When it comes time to put them on the dinner table, that skin

How To Skin Perch For The Dinner Table

Its hard to beat a plate of delicious perch. The soft and flaky white meat is slightly sweet and very tasty. When your done cleaning it, it comes time to remove the skin off of the fillet. The skin on the perch is firm and is attached to the meat very well. Learning how to

Skinning Fish Fillets For The Table

Nothing beats a good piece of baked salmon with garlic and lemon pepper or a nice deep-fried whole bluegill. This is true if you don’t count nice and fresh, boneless, skinless fillets. Some people may enjoy leaving the skin on the fish for a few reasons but many prefer to take it off. Some just

How To Spool Fishing Line On A Fishing Reel

Your fishing reel and your fishing line are both essential parts to an effective setup that catches fish. Time will eventually come when the factory fishing line wears out and you need to replace it. The process as well as the best way to accomplish this has changed over the years. What used to be