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Fishing 101 w/ Seneca Nation Conservation Part 2: Filleting

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In the follow up workshop for the "Get Hooked on Fishing" series (view part 1 here) at the Allegany Community Center participants learned about cleaning, preparing, and cooking walleyes. Shane Titus demonstrates how to clean a fish while Gerry Fisher showed how to prepare it into a delicious meal.