Home Fish Cleaning Stations

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Home Fish Cleaning Stations

 I remember a couple months back there was a thread on what people used as their at home fish cleaning station.  I want to build up something and would love to see some of the pics and ideas that you guys have come up with.  Someone had one that folded up on the wall if I remember correctly.  Thanks in advance.

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tailgate of your pick, put a peice of scrap plywood across the gate and a pail below. tailgate is a nice height on most rigs, stable, back in close to power or run a cord. Havnt seen anyone tip one over yet either.

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 Use the kitchen counter then right after go out for beers to give your wife some space to clean up the mess

 

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g_way Said:
 Use the kitchen counter then right after go out for beers to give your wife some space to clean up the mess

BOOM!

Then get ready for your knife to be placed swiftly in your kidney as you sleep.

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g_way Said:
 Use the kitchen counter then right after go out for beers to give your wife some space to clean up the mess

LMAO

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HNTDUX Said:

g_way Said:
 Use the kitchen counter then right after go out for beers to give your wife some space to clean up the mess

BOOM!

Then get ready for your knife to be placed swiftly in your kidney as you sleep.

Lorena Bobbit comes to mind ha ha!! I would rather have my kidney stabbed!

I use a narrow folding table to clean fish. Easy to move/clean, and sets up fast. Also can throw it in the pickup and take wherever you go fishing.

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1. move rug outta da way on back porch
2. place stack of newspapers on porch
3. clean fish on newspaper
4. throw away newspapers and replace rug.

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cleaning station one of the most epic threads ever

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In all seriousness, here is the station I just completed about a month ago. Works very well for other projects too. Cold/hot water and drains into the main sewer line in the house. Shares the common wall between the house and the garage.



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RebelRouser Said:
tailgate of your pick, put a peice of scrap plywood across the gate and a pail below. tailgate is a nice height on most rigs, stable, back in close to power or run a cord. Havnt seen anyone tip one over yet either.

Yep works very well, I use a piece of that hard white plastic stuff they sell all over , rinses off nice , I do my roosters the same way

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KurtR Said:
cleaning station one of the most epic threads ever

Yes.....yes it was..

       

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Before I got flooded I had my old kitchen counter top. Worked great. Would just slide the remains down to the sink cut out into a waiting trash can. Hose it all down afterwards.

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Pretty much best off doing it at the ones at the landing ramp, since you cant keep a livewell full anymore. If you do have to do it at home a chunk of countertop on the work bench works good and you can take that out to the garden hose and rinse the stink off outside.

Neat

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When we were down at the tailrace before the station was open we saw cleaned walleyes just laying in the dirt by the ramp. I think someone was trying to make a point. We cleaned ours there on tailgates as well but put our guts in a trash bag and hauled em away.

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An easy solution is to use a folding ironing board, a piece of countertop or plywood, and a 5 gal pail.

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