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How to - Fillet/Skin an Australian Salmon

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Video 4 of our 'How to' Series we show you how to skin and fillet an Australian Salmon! Caught off the Corinella Pier, Note: WE DO NOT keep any under-size fish, or more then the bag limit - If you see us with a small fish in our videos It's because it was Bleeding out or it had died. Thanks to Justin, Brad's little brother for helping us out while filming. Thanks also to Brads family for giving me a place to stay! and thanks to Brad for teaching me everything he knows! Be sure to check out our other videos and subscribe! Video 5 of our 'How to' Series we show you how to prepare Yellow eyed mullet, Trevally, Flathead and Australian salmon! Caught off the Corinella Pier, Note: WE DO NOT keep any under-size fish, or more then the bag limit - If you see us with a small fish in our videos It's because it was Bleeding out or it had died. Thanks to Justin, Brad's little brother for helping us out while filming. Thanks also to Brads family for giving me a place to stay! and thanks to Brad for teaching me everything he knows! Be sure to check out our other videos and subscribe! A note - Currently trying to get out a lot more, Have 4 brand new rods we have found that the rods we are using are doing the job really well! Currently my rod collection consists of - Tufftackle and Shimano, To be honest I have tested all of the "GOOD" brands and the ones that are supposed to be pretty indestructible but by far my brand new Xtx 9000 from Tufftackle withstands anything that Shimano could put up! We recently landed a 52kg wobegong shark on it, Handled perfectly! Those photos a little later!

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Написал: HookedupFishing, 07.03.2010, 22:13

ya you guys are lucky we only have schools of small ones around hear enles you go to the surf beaches
Написал: HookedupFishing, 28.03.2011, 06:13

hahahaha thats funny as man
Написал: HookedupFishing, 02.03.2009, 10:32

Yeah mate, I know.
Написал: HookedupFishing, 31.08.2009, 05:46

ya they are my fav ones to eat
Написал: kamakazinick, 22.12.2009, 10:51

Nice demonstration but why keep a fish if ur only gonna get a tiny bit of fillet off it. Fair enough if you were using it 4 bait or something. Otherwise good demonstration.
Написал: HookedupFishing, 25.05.2010, 06:31

@ParallelSolutions thats a good point i might try them with skin on then next time thanks for the tip mate
Написал: WIPPALEE, 11.08.2013, 08:53

big one are easy to catch, but the texture of big salmon are not as good.
Написал: hashbr0wn94, 28.12.2009, 08:56

small fish??? and fillets only bait
Написал: Bryan .Van Wyk, 23.05.2010, 07:29

When cooking these fish dont take the skin off because you loose alot of the natural flavors.
Написал: duskydrifter, 13.10.2009, 09:04

nice vid mate! cool tip on turning the blade bacwards to take the skin off in one motion!! nice one
Написал: CaptainGrylls, 23.11.2011, 09:26

the bones make the fish taste yummer dont take the bones xD
Написал: Scott Bidgood, 18.01.2010, 11:07

21cm length and a bag of 40? bloody hell here in nsw bag limits 5, no size limit tho most of the sambo's caught off the beach are 45cm+ and most anglers dont eat them, they get fed to pigs and the like for me tho fish is fish, i eat it all =P nice vids mate
Написал: addictiontothewild, 16.03.2009, 01:55

Yeah, that's how i do my fish. Some fish is to soft to do that. Cool video buddy. 5*
Написал: boobster1969, 31.03.2009, 04:11

Pretty interesting, come check out my vid on cleaning mullet
Написал: Chizzaamm, 26.08.2010, 17:38

Looks like a tommy ruff/herring, not a salmon. Juvenile salmon and tommy ruff/herring look very similar, although mature salmon grow much larger and have a different colouration. I find the easiest way to tell the two apart is to look at the tail fin, if only the tips are black, it's a herring. If the whole back edge is black, it's a salmon. There are other differences (e.g. pectoral fin colour), but the tail is the easiest in my opinion. Either way, the vid is a good way to fillet either fish!
Написал: matt scott, 01.01.2013, 20:49

do not post more filleting videos this teaches people its ok to waste fish
Написал: deak269, 19.01.2011, 04:52

aussie salmon is a good catch but is really worth eating?? i normally season the fish then bake it, then i throw the fish away and eat the seasoning
Написал: funkykiwi2309, 22.03.2011, 05:43

funny thing he doesn't sound asian
Написал: haveasolo, 28.09.2011, 12:32

@HookedupFishing what part of oz do u live? cos i came from nz and loved catching kahawai/salmon and im in perth WA, u know if theres good salmon here?
Написал: lovefishin101, 30.08.2009, 12:04

they a nice fish to eat??
Написал: crunch083, 13.03.2010, 03:20

Here's a great recipe for Scumbos... err... Sambos... Take one average Salmon (Around 65cm) Fillet and brown in pan. Add to pan :diced onion, 1/2 can crushed tomatoes, fish stock (or vege stock), some basil, oregano, cracked pepper. Go to your garden and find a good size rock, around 500gm. THIS IS VERY IMPORTANT Add Rock to mix and simmer for 25mins. Discard fish and sauce, and eat rock, It's the best tasting part of the recipe.
Написал: Jason vellucci, 29.03.2012, 12:58

lol
Написал: Kayak Man, 22.06.2010, 12:11

@kamakazinick I'm not sure if you know this, not all fish grow to huge sizes ;)
Написал: BigR000, 14.11.2010, 09:20

mate what meat do u get out of a tiny fish like theres no point in eating it ?? this morning i caught two 4.5 kilo ones ;) thats a real aussie salmon
Написал: JoeTheAngler1994, 27.02.2009, 17:49

wow ur aloud 2 keep 40? thats good