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Old 05-25-2019, 10:52 AM   #1
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Have a friend with a bowfishing rig. Anyone need rays for shark fishing? We clean the big ones but the smaller ones don't have much meat on them.
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Old 05-25-2019, 07:02 PM   #2
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Use the square and round 1/2" - 1'' cutters and make stingray scallops from the fins.
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Use the square and round 1/2" - 1'' cutters and make stingray scallops from the fins.
What is the process before you "stamp" the meat out? I have thought about doing it myself but don't know where to start.
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We'd punch them out, then thin slice off the skin of each piece (takes longer). If you're good at filleting without losing a lot of meat, you can fillet first, them punch them out, which is way faster.
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i used to eat a lot of ray fishing under 331 bridge. i think i just skinned and boiled. can't remember. where do you get the punchers to punch the meat?

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most anywhere, walmart, I'm sure. The ones we had were for cutting/punching fruit.
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