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Drew Mumford : You both don't know what the fuck your doing 
Adam Clemens : is this what they call 'long winded'?
GoodRedBlackRatio : jesus, you don't even get to it until 12 minutes in...
Ian Gourlay : Poor technique, high on wastage of backbone-flesh and the vid. editing needs to be "fillay-ed" down by around a factor of 10!
Trevor Hickens : There's a thousand videos on how to clean a Northern on YouTube, and this is by far the most in depth and informative video I've seen. I wish I would have watched this this morning before the hack job that ended up being my catch today. If people want a faster video: Then they'll just find one. Great video guys.
tracey k : pickerel and northern pike are in the same family, walleye and perch are in the same family, if you look it up a pickerel looks very much like a pike and is in eastern Canada and eastern US. Why we prairie people insist on calling Walleye Pickerel I have no idea except I have been told it is "what grandfathers" called them. As a Saskatchewan gal I want people to educate themselves so we don't look uneducated to the rest of the world because we don't know the proper name of a fish.
berto : here in canada pickerel is another name for walleye
Jim Nygaard : Nice video...and enjoyable to watch. 'Seems like a lot of waste by not actually removing the "Y" bones and salvaging the remaining meat. Northerns are great to eat...thanks for the video. Jim

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