Whens the best time to fillet fish?

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new a guy who filled his fillet bag with salt water before freezing, never tried it but he swore by it. I just wash in salt water and bag. They gone within a month and beautiful eating. Simple and works for my whanau and friends. Actually had some skin on tonight and awesome ….delish 
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Could write a few pages on this subject but everyone has there own theories and ways of dealing with fish. In the end if its fresh under a day or two old its pretty much going to taste the same no matter wot special prep you do to your fish. Best advice for storage I have a container with a high drip tray in bottom. I use the big old school tupperware ones but they are hard to get hold of. Todays modern drainage containers  still leave your bottom fillets sitting in the seepage. Its the seepage that goes off quick making your fish touching it smell.Beer
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Mean! Thanks for posting MB. Will be getting one for sure...
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Todays modern drainage containers  still leave your bottom fillets sitting in the seepage.

 Yep like above have a couple containers, but the bottom 'griill that came with them to low.. So 'acquired' a couple of the wifes cake cooling stainless grills.
 Also used for when marinating the fillets before smoking.
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