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    Default Best halibut filleter you have ever seen??

    I have been fishing every day of the summer season for 20 years and have never seen better than my deckhand Oksana. Perfect every time and as fast as they come.

    Check it out:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yORoR...ature=youtu.be

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    Never seen this guy in person, but he cuts fish for the former owner of my former boat, if that makes any sense.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mjqdm...=TLCZUB4AP3WwU

    Pretty good on a big fish. Your deckhand is pretty scary on the cheeks, though!

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    Thats pretty impressive! Think oksana needs a raise

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    Oh no, I am done if she see this...Where is the delete thread button.....?

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    Awesome! Very impressive. Bookmarked it so I can replay next time I am butchering... I mean filleting myself.

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    [QUOTE=AKCAPT;1303971]Oh no, I am done if she see this...Where is the delete thread button.....?[/QUOTE

    And the eleventh commandment would be something like...."Thou shalt not annoy Oksana" You must give her a day off now and then...would you please ask if she does backs/knees in her spare time? Clearly, wouldn't take long!

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    Nope the blonde kid who works at buttwacker in homer would smoke that guy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AKCAPT View Post
    I have been fishing every day of the summer season for 20 years and have never seen better than my deckhand Oksana. Perfect every time and as fast as they come.

    Check it out:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yORoR...ature=youtu.be
    You want to do Oksana a favor, call AK Butcher supply and get her a lexan forearm guard because she is going to need one eventually. That upstroke along the inside is going to get her a forearm poke eventually. My brother was ground crew for Silver Fox back in the 90's and guided for 5-6 years after that. He made multiple emergency room runs to have the puncture wounds in his forearm checked out. After that he got an arm guard.

    My brother and the guy at Buttwackers (big tall owner) used to work together and race on fish, good times watching them filet 6 boats worth of fish as fast as they could.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AKCAPT View Post
    I have been fishing every day of the summer season for 20 years and have never seen better than my deckhand Oksana. Perfect every time and as fast as they come.

    Check it out:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yORoR...ature=youtu.be
    The young lady is definitely very skilled with a sharp fillet knife.

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    Very NICE!!!

    So not to make this go off topic but I thought you were not suppose to clean your fish, so as to be able to tell the number caught, before making landfall?

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    I believe as long as it's in full filets and the skin is on you are good.

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    I hope she gets a raise for this demo. Well done mam.

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    Wow that is impressive. She's my hero. Give that girl a raise

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dupont Spinner View Post
    Very NICE!!!

    So not to make this go off topic but I thought you were not suppose to clean your fish, so as to be able to tell the number caught, before making landfall?
    I believe that is covered here in paragraph 28(3)(a): http://alaskafisheries.noaa.gov/sust...regsummary.htm If this isn't applicable, someone please correct me.

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    In area 3A you are allowed to fillet halibut as long as the fillets are in tact so as to identify each fish by the four fillets.

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    What knife and sharpener does Oksana use?

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    Oksana is my hero, and nominee for MS.AK we need many more like her!

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    Does she filet salmon? Im going dipnetting next weekend

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    wow, that gal is handy with a knife! Always good to see someone who has mastered his/her trade. Well done to the gal.

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    Now I need someone to show me how to do that with a yelloweye. Any videos on that?

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