What is the Best Way to Freeze Crappie Filets?

What is the Best Way to Freeze Crappie Filets?

After you have carefully cleaned and cut your fish, you will find that storing them in the freezer for future use is an easy problem to solve. The key to proper storage is in the cleaning and cutting of the fish. It is best to consider the use of store bought water for Crappie freezing as it may take on the bad taste of your tap water. This will also ensure you get a fish clean and clear of the many toxins that could be lurking in your water. Fish have a way of taking in whatever is in the water around them even after you catch them. Make sure you take out all the extra air in your freezer bag. Put only the amount of fish in one bag as you will use in one meal and no more. The more you open the bag the more the air gets in so if you have the right amount of fish for a meal, the other fish will not be exposed to unnecessary air after they are frozen. Add over the amount of water you will need in the freezer bag and then add the fish to it. The water will run over from the bag so make sure you are in the sink or have something under the bag to catch it. Once the bag is full of water, close it and you are done. It is better to have a bag full of ice surrounding your fish than a bag of air that will spoil your catch. By the way, when you get a chance check out this information on the evening secret fishing.


Dan Eggertsen is a fellow crappie fishing enthusiast to the point of obsession. :) He's been providing solid advice on crappie fishing since 2004.

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