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Vacuum sealed fish...

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If sealed properly it will last a year. t

Stripers hold up well in the freezer as well as cod fish sea bass and black fish

 The tuna catch in the fall or get vacuum sealed and I eat it all winter and i to the summer

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18 mins ago, NJ Dave said:

If sealed properly it will last a year. t

Stripers hold up well in the freezer as well as cod fish sea bass and black fish

 The tuna catch in the fall or get vacuum sealed and I eat it all winter and i to the summer

Disagree about blackfish.  They freeze terribly. Sea bass freeze the best IMO.

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A quality vacuum sealer is worth its weight! Never gone beyond a year from fresh caught/vacuum pack to eating, but has always been as close to fresh as I have experienced... Really no comparison vs just wrapped and frozen.

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32 mins ago, Cpalms said:

Disagree about blackfish.  They freeze terribly. Sea bass freeze the best IMO.

Well blackfish does not last in my freezer to long, they are usually consumed within a month after I catch them.

I have found slowly defrosting anything which was frozen over the course of a 24-hour period in the fridge works best opposed to leaving it on the counter for a few hours

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15 hours ago, ASrod said:

So I have a couple striper fillets that I vacuum sealed a couple weeks back... How long do they stay good in the freezer?

It was nice of someone to give you a fish. You're sure it was striped bass?

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For stripers, IF you bled them when caught, skinned them and cut out the red line before freezing, I'd say 3 months max.  Pollock 3 months, but cod and haddock 6 months...

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2 hours ago, Captain Ahab said:

I disagree.  The imaginary fish should always be eaten fresh and alone!

Always make sure that it's cooked on a rock.

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