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Submitted photo Bluegill on left – redear on right. I clean bream two ways. Rarely do I fillet them because I don’t often catch them large enough (the one on the right meets the filleting dimension). More often, because for 70 years of tradition, I’ve decapitated, scaled the bodies and cleaned out the innards. I prefer to leave the skin on for extra flavor. When fried crisp, the fins are like crunchy potato chips, you can’t eat just one.

Bream – the sweetest meat swimming

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