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how to fillet a yellow perch in ten seconds

This is a great method I use this often ! Living close to Lake Erie does have it's perks !!
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Must be real nice to be so close to a good producing lake!! For me to get to a bigger lake I gotta go about 30 to 40 minutes. Not so bad when I really want it though. Good technique
Doing anything in 10 seconds is impressive, but doing something with your barehands and a small knife in the snow? THAT'S talent!
That doesn't look too hard, thanks
nice! I dont think I could do it that fast without more practice but this is great for getting the job done well.
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