One of the best reasons to live in Tampa Bay is the great weather and outdoor sports. Things like inshore fishing.
And, of course the fresh fish feast that ensues.
But between the catching and the eating, there’s the cleaning, a messy, bloody job,
Wikii.how offers these suggestions:
“What do you do with the guts after cleaning them?
Dispose of them like regular household waste. If you’re gutting a fish out in the wild and not at home, pack the guts out with you in a tightly closed plastic bag or a sealable container of some type. Toss the guts into your trash can at home. In small quantities, it’s sometimes okay to toss fish guts back into deep or running water so other fish can feed on them. However, this is illegal in some areas, so make sure to look up local regulations on your local fish and wildlife service’s website. To prevent your trash from smelling like rotten fish, seal the fish guts in a zip-top plastic bag and put them in your freezer until it’s trash day.”
Don’t put them down your garbage disposal. If that does happen, call Billy the Sunshine Plumber for help.
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