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Fish and Game Vacuum Sealer -

What's different about a fish and game vacuum sealer? Fish and game vacuum sealers are geared towards hunters and fishers who are out in the elements instead of the kitchen. Whether you're a hunting guide or run a fishing charter, a resilient and portable vacuum packaging machine with quality vacuum seal bags that will hold up when sealing big fish and game are essential for harvesting and keeping your catch. The equipment used for fish and game processing can determine the quality of your meals. The best fish and game vacuum sealer will perform with consistent reliability, helping you keep your harvest for longer.    The Guide to the...

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Alligator Gar Recipes, Bowfishing Recipe, Carp Recipes, Cooking Recipes, Flounder Gigging Recipes, Flounder Recipes, Stingray Recipes -

We like to post photos showing how successful our supporters are at harvesting a wide variety of fish. The most common species we see are flounder, alligator gar, stingray and carp. Separate from all the atta boy comments, we are commonly asked “What do you do with all that fish?!”The purpose of this weeks blog is to address that specific question and hopefully provide some quality recipes you can add to the cook book. Here's the recipe's we cover: Stuffed Flounder, Alligator Gar Balls, Stingray Scallops, and Fried Carp. We’ll start with one of our personal favorite dishes of all time...  Stuffed Flounder Ingredients8...

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Fishing Fillet Knife, Hunting Fillet Knife -

It's hard to find the best fillet knife for hunting and fishing. There are many factors that can cause fillet knives to dull prematurely or even break. We'll discuss some of the key components to look for in your next knife to make it the best fish and game fillet knife. At the end of this discussion, we will present a fillet knife that meets all of the criteria we have presented here. What makes a good hunting and fishing fillet knife? The Blade - The single most important part of a fillet knife is the blade. Whether you are hunting, fishing, or even...

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Fillet Knife, Fishing Fillet Knife, Hunting Fillet Knife -

Degree of Sharpness Most kitchen knives will have a 20 degree fine edge while fillet knives are typically between 12 and 15 degrees. If you avoid cutting monofilament or bone with your fillet knife, a 15 degree edge is recommended.  Edge Retention & Flex The edge retention is determined by the material the knife blade is made from. Typically, higher hardness materials will hold an edge better but can also be more brittle if dropped and have very little flex. When considering a fillet knife, it is important to choose a blade material that is capable of flexing but also...

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Hunting Recipe -

As deer season comes to an end and the Super Bowl is right around the corner, make the most of your freezer full of venison with one of our prized recipes. 

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