How to Filet a Crappie

How to Filet a Crappie

Crappie are fun to catch and delicious to eat. Before the eating begins, however, anglers must know how to properly prepare their catch for the table. One commonly used method is filleting.

Nowadays it seems most crappie anglers prefer to fillet their catch to produce boneless, skinless pieces of meat ready to cook.

Here's how to do it, quick as a snap, with an electric or fixed-blade fillet knife.

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