Spoonbill Catfish?


The Spoonbill Catfish, otherwise known as the Paddlefish, is one of the oldest known species of fish. It is distinguished by its large snout and wide mouth. In fact, the snout of a Spoonbill Catfish is the largest part of its body.
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1. Lay the fish on its side with its head facing the hand you are not using to cut. Make your first cut from the dorsal fin down to the pelvic fin. Cut all the way down until you
spoonbill catfish: large catfish of central United States having a flattened head and projecting jaw
Also known as paddle fish, it is not a catfish and is in fact related
"Spoonbill Catfish" is another name for the American Paddlefish (Polyodon spathula) American paddlefish are relatively long-lived, they may live up to 55 years. The average
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To clean a spoonbill catfish, first wash it thoroughly with tap water. Cut the dorsal fin down to the pelvic fin. Move the knife 90 degrees towards its tail. ...
To clean a Spoonbill Catfish, the fish should be laid in with its tail close to the knife. The knife is to be pushed all over the tail. The fillet is to be flipped ...
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