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  1. I remember sailing from Tampa to Panama City. A three day trip but only an hour or so of fishing. No freezer on board and not much room in the Ice Chest. We ate lot of fish but we also wasted too much. If the guy was like us and couldn't keep the meat from fresh then I'm ok with discarding the Dorado as he did.

  2. The way he kills fish is "Ike-Jime". It is the Japanese way to kill a fish. Personally, I believe it is the best way to kill a fish. The way he takes the meat is typically UK or Northern American, no-bone fish fillet is the only thing in the normal supermarket unless you go to Chinatown.

  3. Nice fish. Shame this guy really doesn't have a clue. So many incorrect ideas, it's hard to know where to start.

    How far back did he put the lure??? It matters, based on boat speed, wake etc.

    Never gaff a fish "underneath", because if you miss, could easily dislodge the hook. Never gaff it on the shoulder, or anywhere in the eating part. Always under the chin, or throat. This is gaff 101.

    If you are going to filet a fish on youtube, maybe learn how to do it first. Go to a fish market or store, or a fishing boat and ask them to show you. It takes a fair while to learn how to do this properly, and a very long time to do it fast and neat, without leaving half the fish on the bone. If you are going to kill an animal to eat, make it worthwhile.

  4. Damn, these people are acting like you killed an endangered fish! They ain't saying shit when they're eating Hamburger Helper and you're eating mahi-mahi! LOL!

  5. It's not that bad, the guy has done some fishing before. The fillet job wasn't the best. He does have the gaffe theory correct, but needs some practice, and I do like that he opts for the rod and reel instead of a hand line.

  6. For all those that are saying that he didn’t process enough meat, you’re right! However, you have also got to remember that the ocean’s creatures will take full advantage of the other parts and it will be put into good use. None of it went to waste if you think about it. EDIT: Also forgot to mention you could also cut the head off and put it onto a big hook, see what you catch then.

  7. Glad that the comments are mostly rightfully only complaining about the waste of fish here, rather than the act of killing it.
    Regardless, no part of the fish was really wasted. The carcass was eaten in full by either birds, mammals, or shark and returned to the ecosystem.
    Killer Whales will literally kill an entire Humpback Whale and only eat the animal's tongue, leaving the entire whale to scavengers.
    Being picky is what apex predators do.

  8. Why would anyone make a how to video about something they clearly don’t know anything about? If anyone ever saw you cleaning a fish like that in Alaska they would save the fish and throw you overboard. At least learn how to sharpen a knife.

  9. Ouch !! I knew something was up with 25 percent disliking this video. Well the video is now over five years old, I hope to God someone taught you how to fillet. For those that didn't see the problem, in my part of the world it's called wanton waste and it's illegal in some cases. This is similar to me shooting a deer and taking only the hindquarter and backstrap leaving the rest to waste.

  10. Firstly, its a cow dorado. Secondly, stick to sailing mate not fishing. That was hard to watch.
    So wasteful ! Hope you at least did a better job in cooking it than filiting it.

  11. A great way to bleed the fish without getting it all aboard your deck is to tail rope the fish and tie him to a cleat and pull him for a little ways (after you've made a cut in the gills and at the tail).

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