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Old 08-01-2018, 02:07 AM   #1
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Since I have filleted a Snapper or two recently I thought I would make a video showing how I do so

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At work so I cant watch the video... but the fish in the thumbnail looks like a porgy...
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At work so I cant watch the video... but the fish in the thumbnail looks like a porgy...
It's a snapper. He's not local. Same way I clean a fish, except I clean them a lot faster. I don't know if he slowed it down for the video, if not, it would take him a whole day to clean a good box of fish.
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I just want to know how well that black cooler holds ice in the summer heat??? I bet it doesn't get much ass sat on it.
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It's a snapper. He's not local. Same way I clean a fish, except I clean them a lot faster. I don't know if he slowed it down for the video, if not, it would take him a whole day to clean a good box of fish.
Pretty sure when he's cleaning fish for himself he isn't providing narration and instruction.
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It's a snapper. He's not local. Same way I clean a fish, except I clean them a lot faster. I don't know if he slowed it down for the video, if not, it would take him a whole day to clean a good box of fish.
Strictly speaking, it's not a snapper, it's a porgy. Yes, the local common name for that is white snapper, but it's not in the Snapper family (Lutjanidae) but in the Porgy family (Sparidae).
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At work so I cant watch the video... but the fish in the thumbnail looks like a porgy...
It is a porgy, but the local common name for them is white snapper. It's not a snapper, technically speaking.
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Strictly speaking, it's not a snapper, it's a porgy. Yes, the local common name for that is white snapper, but it's not in the Snapper family (Lutjanidae) but in the Porgy family (Sparidae).
It's a snapper. Pargus Auratus. I know what a white snapper/red porgy is. The fish in the video is from New Zealand.
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Strictly speaking, it's not a snapper, it's a porgy. Yes, the local common name for that is white snapper, but it's not in the Snapper family (Lutjanidae) but in the Porgy family (Sparidae).
That's the name they tell tourist on headboats lol
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