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Bass Pro Shops Fish Skinner

   

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The Bass Pro Shops® Fish Skinner is designed to promote efficient skinning so you can get the catch-of-the-day to the dinner table without hassle. The Fish Skinner’s heavy-duty design makes it ideal for any type of fish, while the stainless steel construction and textured handles deliver durability and comfort.

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Recommend maybe This item does it's job no complaint, especially for the price how can you? The one thing I would change though is paying little more for one that won't rust after the first use. I washed it and it rusted turned yellow etc... But I'm still gonna use it anyways so if your looking for a cheap deal this is for you. July 17, 2014
Squirrel skinners I skin a lot of squirrels and use the cut around/step on the tail method. I use these to grab the belly skin but mostly to break the leg bones to save the edge on my knife. Have to bend the little tit on the side so they'll open up more. June 29, 2012
Skinner Works great for skinning fish filets and... getting the membrane skin from baby back ribs! (haven't' done the fish, but the way it works on ribs, I can tell!) December 5, 2012
Good skinner Good skinner for the price. Rubber covered handles would be a big help however. May 11, 2010
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I have been struggling a lot with skins when filleting my trout because of their thin skin, my sharp knives cut straight through the skin and and whenI try to stay away from the skin I miss a lot of meat. I was wondering if this tool would be useful even with thin skin like on speckles trout.
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I would suspect that the thin skin would tear
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There is no substitute for practice. I can fillet just about any fish and maximize the meat. Best thing to do, is catch a few trout, and try to make it back as the charter guys (flats guys that charge 400-600 per day) are getting back and cleaning their catch. Ask one of them to show you how it's done, you may pick up a great technique. These are much more for tough skin fish like catfish, and they work great for sharks. They'll work good for snapper and grouper, too.
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