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    LiteQuattro
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    LiteQuattro

    November 12, 2019


    We designed a multi-purpose boat A boat perfect for learning which is the main characteristic of Gig-boats A boat that could also be used for touring And a boat that can be rowed in races This LiteQuattro is 11m / 36ft long Width is 87cm / 2,85ft total and 78cm / 2,5ft at the hull The weight is between 75-80kg / 165-176lbs all rigged To make it suitable for races, we needed a very stiff boat so this boat is made with a vacuum infused sandwich, full-carbon One of the LiteQuattro characteristic, is that it’s a deck boat There are two advantages : waves don’t get into the boat and the most important, in terms of safety, is that there’s a watertight tank in front, and another one at the rear So this boat will never sink. There are two aluminium rails easily replaceable The seat is a full-carbon one with waterproof bearings There is a classic adjustable foot-stretchers system And finally the riggers system, removable for an easy storage, to gain space There is a rudder, articulated on an axe with two lines on each side, and a pulley system for an easy and accurate steering We also plan to add a foot-steering system to make this boat OK for 4 rowers with no cox Like for the rear watertight tank, we recommend to open hatches at the end of the session to ventilate and avoid condensation We can also offer a larger hatch there to store equipment for tours There is a large space for storage ! This boat has also been designed for touring so we used this space under the rower to let people store bags, like camping equipment Compared to other boats, there’s an increased space between rowers for comfortable rows We also planned storages more easily reachable We are waiting for a new bag which will be hanged on the rigger and where you’ll be able to put a water bottle, glasses, solar cream, cap…

    Dramatic crash footage: Ferry crashes onto shore in Turkey
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    Dramatic crash footage: Ferry crashes onto shore in Turkey

    November 12, 2019


    A dramatic crash as a ferry grinds into land
    on the Turkish coast. The video shows the retired boat coming into
    shore at speed, before scraping to a standstill between two other vessels. It was a dramatic end for the ferry, which
    was coming to rest for the last time at a shipyard in Aliaga, where it will be taken
    apart after 24 years of service. The ship, formerly known as ‘The Pride of
    Calais’, served as a channel ferry for P&O, travelling between Dover and Calais for 22
    years until 2012. It was then renamed ‘Ostend Spirit’ and served another two years journeying
    to and from Belgium before crashing into retirement in Turkey.

    5 beginner fish EVERY saltwater aquarium should have! Stocking a tank with utilitarian fish
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    5 beginner fish EVERY saltwater aquarium should have! Stocking a tank with utilitarian fish

    November 11, 2019


    – Today in the 5 Minute
    Saltwater Aquarium Guide, we answer, “What kind of fish are best
    for a new tank or reefer?” Hey, I’m Ryan, your host of BRStv. The goal of the 5 Minute Guide is providing a solid recipe and technique that produces reproducible,
    high percentage paths to a successful tank that you can be proud of. Today we’re talking best saltwater fish for a new tank owner. Today I’m gonna give some
    very direct guidance. Everyone has their own
    way of approaching this. This is just the way that I believe is going to produce the highest percentage results for most reefers. The goal here being an awesome easy to manage tank you can be proud of. In that spirit the core of this is just what’s referred to as utilitarian fish, meaning fish that work for a living and serve a purpose in the tank. I got five of them that I personally recommend to every new tank owner and I strongly believe a new reefer will be more successful with them than without. Then add your own other favorite fish on top of that as desired. First is just a pair of Clownfish. Your standard Ocellaris-type of Clownfish are not only colorful, cool, and come a variety of patterns, but serve a utilitarian purpose of hardy initial fish that helps get the tank ready for the rest of the fish. No matter how you cycle the tank there always has to be a first fish, and a Clownfish is just
    the best fish for that. So while the tank stabilizes around the entry of the new
    Clowns in supporting food, it’s essentially getting ready for the next fish and additional food. So Clownfish serving the utility of tank stability in a brand new tank and protecting those to come. Next is a Yellow Tang. These guys simply eat algae for a living. You’ll see them all day, everyday, pecking at the rocks, cleaning your tank for you. It’s my belief that Yellow Tang is the most beneficial fish you could add to any tank. The utility here is obvious. They keep the tank clean and attractive. Next up, very similar to that, is a Yellow Eye Kole Tang, or a Tomini Tang. Both are known as Bristletooth Tangs, which have mouths specialized
    for other types of algae, and they also spend their
    entire day eating algae. Both of these are smaller
    types of Bristletooth Tangs that do well in most
    common tank sizes as well. Again, utility of eating
    algae for a living and they’ll earn their keep. Staying with the trend the Lawnmower Blenny spends the entire day earning
    their keep by scouring the rock surfaces for algae as well. You of course notice a trend here and that’s fighting algae. That’s because algae’s
    the number one cause of tank failures in the first year. An ugly tank filled with algae just gets shut down rapidly. Our goal here is a pristine,
    easy to manage tank, and there’s no way around it, putting the fish in that does this for you as part of their natural behavior is just the easiest and
    most effective way to do it. The last utilitarian fish of the day I call Six Line Wrasse, or Coris Wrasse, or those from the Halichoeres family, all of which spend their
    entire day searching the tank for small pests that many of your tanks
    may actually end up with fairly common coral pests like Zoanthid or Monti-Eating Nudibranchs. But you’d never know had a single one because these fish are
    so effective at keeping the population so low, they never cause a noticeable issue. So utilitarian predator
    of common reef tank pests hunting down and eating mainly the most common coral pests in our tanks. Simply put, if you’re
    starting your new tank with these five plus fish and the mentality of solving issues by never encountering
    them in the first place, the success rates skyrocket. After that, add all of your favorites that I’m sure you’ve been eyeing since you first starting
    thinking about your tank. As to where to get these fish from, there are many online shops, but my best advice is make this an excuse to look up all the fish stores within 30 minutes of you and take a tour of all the local shops in your area, and buy from the one who looks the best. Many of these will actually
    have these fish already or you can share the list and they’ll order them for you. As you identify in
    which store in your area is really the best, it might take a few trips to really get a grasp on that but I look for three things. First, clean is synonymous
    with well-cared for. If the tanks in store are clean it dramatically increases the chance the fish are well-cared for and in turn, healthy. Second, look around for a display tank that’s well-cared for with well-established fish. There’s no way around it. The best sign of competence is demonstrating not just success, but the passion for the hobby and animals, a well-established display tank is the proof in the pudding. Lastly, just ask them
    what their quarantine or guarantee process is. There isn’t a right or wrong answer here. But it’s just a good opening conversation to get a feel for how helpful or considerate the store is. By the end of the day I’m pretty confident
    you’ll have had a good time visiting all the stores in your area and have a pretty clear winner as to who you wanna
    get your new pets from. Okay, so the next obvious question is, “What type of corals are appropriate for a new reef tank?” The entire Saltwater Aquarium Guide is always available here in this playlist for binge-watching. But knowing what type of corals for a new tank will save a ton of cash and make it a lot easier to produce the dream, so check it out.

    SpaceX lands rocket at sea, makes history
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    SpaceX lands rocket at sea, makes history

    November 10, 2019


    SpaceX has finally done it! After launching
    its Falcon 9 into space, the company successfully landed the majority of the rocket on a floating
    drone ship at sea. It’s the second time SpaceX has landed its rocket post-launch,
    and the first time the company has pulled off an ocean landing. This is another big milestone for SpaceX.
    In December, the company made history when it successfully landed its Falcon 9 for the
    first time at a ground-based landing site at Cape Canaveral, Florida. Sure Blue Origin
    has also launched and landed its own rocket, but that vehicle can’t really be compared
    to the Falcon 9. And now SpaceX has shown it is capable of landing its rockets both
    on solid ground and at sea. But why land on a floating drone ship when
    you can land on land? It’s definitely easier to touch down a rocket on a large, expanse
    of ground, rather than a ship floating on moving water. Plus, all the previous times
    SpaceX has tried to land the Falcon 9 at sea, the results have been… explosions. The reason has to do with fuel. When the Falcon
    9 reaches a certain altitude in space and separates from the top of the vehicle, it
    uses leftover fuel to reignite its engines and come back to Earth. The engines are lit
    in a series of burns that get the vehicle in the right position for entering Earth’s
    atmosphere and landing. Different landings require different amounts
    of fuel to pull off. It’s because the Falcon 9 doesn’t launch straight upward, but follows
    a curved path up and away from the launch pad. For a ground landing, the rocket needs
    extra fuel to slow down on that arc, completely flip around, and then retread all the horizontal
    and vertical distance it has covered to make it back to solid ground. But for ocean landings, the drone ship can
    position itself down range of the rocket, or in the ideal place to “catch” the vehicle
    on a more natural path back to Earth. That decreases the distance the rocket needs to
    travel and the amount of fuel needed to maneuver the Falcon 9 for landing. Not all of SpaceX’s missions are even capable
    of performing ground landings, since some use up way more fuel than others. Rockets
    that launch heavy payloads or go to a high orbit need extra speed for the initial launch.
    And extra speed requires extra fuel. So for Falcon 9 vehicles that accelerate much more
    rapidly during ascent, there’s not as much fuel leftover for the landing. That’s when
    the drone ship is the best — if not only — option for recovery. SpaceX expects to land about one-third of
    its rockets on land, and the rest in the ocean. So it’s definitely going to need to perfect
    those sea landings in order to recover and reuse more rockets in the future. The company’s
    president Gwynne Shotwell, expects reusing the Falcon 9 will lead to a 30 percent reduction
    in launch costs. Those savings will only start to benefit SpaceX with the more rockets they
    land, and the faster they land them.

    My Favorite Grilled Fish in Japan
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    My Favorite Grilled Fish in Japan

    November 9, 2019


    Hey guys.
    みなさん、こんにちは So I recently went to a Japanese village called Yahiko.
    最近、新潟県にある弥彦村に行ってきました。 During the trip I went to a fish market to get my favorite fish called Nodoguro.
    道中、魚市場で私の好きな「ノドグロ」を買いに行きました。 I also made a paperknife which I’ll use later in this video
    それとは別に、あとでお見せするペーパーナイフも作ったり。。。 and you can see me make it on my other channel.
    作ってる様子は別チャンネル @Rachel and Jun でご覧ください! Can I have this Nodoguro?
    こちらのノドグロ一匹いただけますか? Grilling with salt is the best way to eat it.
    塩焼きがいっちゃん美味しいんだよね I just had one for lunch.
    塩焼きさっき食べたんですよ〜
    (食べてきた?あ、よかった!) It was delicious.
    美味しかったです That’s great!
    美味しかったでしょう Since it takes a while to make recipe videos for this channel,
    料理動画は撮るのに時間があるので、 I thought it would be nice to make vlogs like this every now and then.
    たまにはラフなビデオブログ的な動画もアップしようかと思います。 Let me know if you like it!
    いいと思ったら教えてください! Thank you!
    ありがとうございました Please come again!
    またきてくださいね〜 Sure!
    はいっ! Thank you for waiting
    お待たせ I got Nodoguro
    ノドグロ買ったよ Nice
    いいね I’m back!
    ただいま! You curious?
    きになる? I’m going to cook this…
    それではこのノドグロ。。。 Nodoguro!
    調理していきます! Cut like crazy
    めっちゃ切れる Just a nail
    元は釘なのに Could you move a little bit?
    ちょっとどいてね Thanks
    ありがと Are you ready baby?
    準備はいいかい? Yeah?
    ん? Ta-da!
    ジャーン You wanna smell?
    嗅ぐ? They said the best way to eat Nodoguro is ‘shio yaki’, which is, just sprinkle some salt and grill it.
    ノドグロはシンプルな「塩焼き」が一番美味しいらしいです Right.
    はい、 Alright.
    よし Is- is it ok?
    こ、これでいいすか? YEAH
    よっしゃあ Let’s grill it!
    焼こう! I’m gonna sprinkle some salt.
    塩を少々振ります Both sides…
    両側に。。。 Time to grill!
    焼いていきます! Alright
    よし It’s all set.
    これでよし Thank you for keeping an eye on the fish.
    魚の見張り I appreciate it.
    ありがとうございます Time to flip!
    ひっくり返します Woo
    うおおお Looks delicious!
    美味しそう! whoops, it’s surprisingly soft
    おっと、以外に柔らかい So soft!
    超やらかい(英語でもう一回w) It was so soft that I have to use my hand to flip it, otherwise it will tear apart!
    柔らかすぎて、手でひっくり返さないとちぎれそうだった! Wow
    ワオ Amazing!
    スゲェ Ok, let’s put it back.
    それじゃあ戻しましょう It’s done!
    完成! I love this sound!
    いい音だ And smell…so good.
    匂いも。。。最高 And I’m going to eat the fish with this SAKE.
    このお酒と食べます Wanna try some sake? he he
    酒飲むかい? へへ I’m sorry,
    ごめんね you are only one and a half years old.
    まだ一歳半だからね You gotta live for another nineteen years!
    あと19年生きなきゃいけないからね Good luck!
    頑張ってよ Itadakimasu! (Let’s eat / Thank you for the food)
    いただきます! Kanpai! (cheers)
    乾杯っ! I’m sorry…
    ごめんよう you can’t drink.
    君には飲ませない Just live long.
    長生きしてね Up to twenty.
    20歳まで Itadakimasu! (Let’s eat / Thank you for the food)
    いただきます!(2回目) Mmm
    んーふっふふwww Soo juicy.
    汁がすごい It’s really good.
    超うまいよ Isn’t it delicious?
    美味しいでしょ? Thank you for watching!
    ご視聴ありがとうございます! Bye!
    じゃあねー Nodoguro (Rosy Seabass)
    ノドグロ (正式名称:アカムツ、ロージーシーバス) Smell fishy?
    魚臭い? Isn’t this cool?
    かっこいいだろ uh huh
    へへ Ta-da!
    ジャジャーン Ta-da!
    ジャーン 弥彦村でのビデオブログ
    <左:プロレーサーと競ってみた>
    <右:ペーパーナイフ作り>

    EATING FISH SEMEN (Shirako) (Adults vs Food)
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    EATING FISH SEMEN (Shirako) (Adults vs Food)

    November 8, 2019


    ♪ (French accordion music) ♪ – (FBE) Today, you’ll be eating this. – Ooh, okay. Exciting. What in the Nine Hells is that? – Oh! It looks like an intestine. – It looks almost like
    a brain type of situation. That’s exciting. – Maybe intestines,
    but I think it looks like brains. – This is like something that I feel
    like I’ve seen in my biology class. – Can I touch it? Eugh! – Ooh, is that moving?! Yo, I thought it moved for a second. – (murmuring) Why did I do that?! There’s a first time for everything and, unfortunately,
    my first time is today. – (FBE) And now you get to taste it.
    – Ooh! Fancy. – Ooh, this is fancy. It’s sushi now. – All right, YOLO. Oh… hold up. Ooh, that aftertaste– that aftertaste. It’s just like mush of nastiness. – All right, here we go. It’s weird because
    it tastes like it smells. – (mumbling) It’s not bad. I kind of want to finish it now. It’s like when you eat a hard boiled egg. It tastes kind of like the cooked yolk. – It does have a very fishy taste,
    but it’s actually not bad. It’s really good. – Ew. Ew, I hate the texture. It’s sort of slimy, a little,
    like a little slimy, but mostly just rubbery. – I’m going to go all in
    and then… we’ll see. It’s… kind of grainy. Does that make sense? But not, like, sandpapery. It looks meh and it tastes meh. – Hmmm, it’s okay. It’s definitely salty. I probably won’t eat a whole meal of it, but, I mean, just taking
    a few bites of it was fine. – Hmmm. Whatever it is, I’d eat it again. Once you eat it, it’s almost
    like a pâté kind of situation. – You do not want to smell
    my breath right now. – (FBE) You just ate shirako.
    – Shirako. Never heard of it. – (FBE) Shirako is cod milt,
    so to put it in more familiar terms, it’s fish semen.
    – (gasping) Oh my god!!! No way! Yo! Yo! ‘Ey. ‘Ey. Come on.
    Come on now. – Oh… (queasily) oh. – Well… – That’s not bad! (laughing) I’d eat it twice. – (groaning) Oh my god! My mom is going to watch this!
    (embarrassed laughter) – (FBE) In Japanese cuisine,
    the milt of cod, anglerfish, salmon, squid and pufferfish
    are all considered a delicacy. – I mean, it doesn’t taste bad. It is a very mild flavor. – It was actually pretty good, so I could see how it’s a delicacy. – I can’t argue with
    their culture. (chuckling) If that’s what they like,
    that’s what they like. – Thumbs up for you guys,
    but I don’t know, man. This one might not be the one for me. – (FBE) So for the poll, do you recommend
    that people eat shirako? – Absolutely. – Yeah, I mean, why not? – You only live once. Try everything at least twice. – No. No. Nay. Nada. Nay. No bueno. – Yes! It’s good to step outside
    your culinary comfort zone. – I wouldn’t recommend it. I just ate fish semen!
    Are you serious? – It actually doesn’t taste bad. Give it a shot. Is there… is there anymore? – I say go for it. Don’t let them tell
    you what is until after you eat it, but definitely try it. (laughing) – Thank you for watching
    Adults Versus Food on the React channel. – Thumbs up for fish semen. – What food should we eat next? Let us know in the comments. – Hey, guys, I’m Katie,
    a React channel producer. Thank you so much for watching. Now if you could just come on over
    and hit that subscribe button.

    TAKE ME FISHING 101: Basic Gear Assembly [Official]
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    TAKE ME FISHING 101: Basic Gear Assembly [Official]

    November 8, 2019


    (music)>>THE FISHING DEPARTMENT AT A SPORTING GOODS STORE CAN BE A LITTLE OVERWHELMING. BUT REALLY THERE ARE JUST A FEW BASIC PIECES OF EQUIPMENT YOU NEED TO GET STARTED. COME ON, I’LL SHOW YOU. SO LET’S START WITH THE ROD AND REEL. WE’RE GOING TO USE A VERY BASIC SPINCASTING ROD AND REEL BECAUSE THIS IS THE EASIEST FOR A BEGINNER TO USE. FOR A TWO PIECE ROD, CONNECT THE TWO PIECES AND THEN LINE UP THE LINE GUIDES. YOU CAN EVEN LOOK DOWN TO MAKE SURE THEY’RE IN LINE. THEN, YOU PUNCH THE BUTTON TO RELEASE THE LINE SO THAT YOU CAN THREAD THE LINE THROUGH THE EYES, STARTING WITH THE LOWEST ONE AND GOING ALL THE WAY UP THROUGH THE TOP. NOW YOU’RE READY TO PUT ON YOUR HOOK, BOBBER AND SINKER. I’M GOING TO USE THIS OVERSIZED MODEL FOR DEMONSTRATION PURPOSES AND SHOW YOU HOW TO TIE A PALOMAR KNOT. FIRST, DOUBLE FOUR INCHES OF LINE TO FORM A LOOP AND PASS THE LOOP THROUGH THE EYE OF THE FISHING HOOK. LET THE HOOK DANGLE LOOSE. TIE AN OVERHAND KNOT IN THE DOUBLE LINE. DON’T TWIST OR TIGHTEN THE LINE. PULL THE LOOP FAR ENOUGH TO PASS IT COMPLETELY OVER THE HOOK. WHEN YOU’RE WORKING WITH MONOFILAMENT LINE YOU WANT TO WET THE LINE RIGHT AT THE KNOT BEFORE YOU TIGHTEN IT TO KEEP THE LINE STRONGER. ONCE YOU’VE GOT YOUR KNOT TIED, YOU’RE READY TO ATTACH YOUR BOBBER AND SINKER. WE RECOMMEND USING NON-LEAD, SPLIT SHOT SINKERS LIKE THIS ONE. PLACE THE SINKER ON THE LINE ABOUT SIX INCHES FROM THE HOOK AND SECURE IT WITH PLIERS. TO ATTACH YOUR BOBBER, MASH DOWN THE TOP TAB TO EXPOSE THE BOTTOM HOOK AND HOOK IT TO THE LINE. THEN PUT YOUR THUMB ON THE BOTTOM AND PUSH DOWN THE TOP TAB TO RELEASE THE TOP HOOK AND ATTACH. WHERE TO PLACE YOUR BOBBER DEPENDS ON HOW DEEP YOU WANT YOUR BAIT. THE CLOSER TO THE HOOK IT IS, THE SHALLOWER YOUR BAIT WILL BE. WITH SOME BAIT ON YOUR HOOK, THAT’S ALL THERE IS TO IT! DON’T BE INTIMIDATED BY ALL THE GEAR YOU SEE IN STORES. NOW LET’S GO OUT AND WET A LINE! (music)>>YOU MUST HAVE THE ROD AND THE REEL. THAT CREATES THE UNITY FOR THE MARRIAGE. BUT JUST ONE WITHOUT THE OTHER, YOU’D NEVER BE ABLE TO CATCH THE TROPHY. BUT ONCE YOU HAVE THE ROD AND THE REEL AND LINE YOU STILL HAVE TO PUT A BAIT ON THE END. THAT BAIT IS THE ROMANCE. KEEP ROMANCE ALIVE.

    rigid inflatable boats Flying Rigid Inflatable Boat
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    rigid inflatable boats Flying Rigid Inflatable Boat

    November 8, 2019


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    TAKE ME FISHING 101: How to Clean & Store Your Catch [Official]
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    TAKE ME FISHING 101: How to Clean & Store Your Catch [Official]

    November 8, 2019


    >>PUT A LITTLE CAJUN SEASONING ON THERE… I MIX ABOUT HALF CORNMEAL, HALF FLOUR… BASTE THEM AGAIN… MAKE SURE YOUR GREASE IS HOT.>>NOTHING TASTES BETTER THAN A FISH YOU’VE CAUGHT YOURSELF. LET’S TAKE A LOOK AT HOW EASY IT IS TO CLEAN AND STORE YOUR CATCH.>>TODAY I WANT TO SHOW YOU A QUICK AND EASY METHOD FOR CLEANING FISH. THIS CAN BE USED ON FRESH AND SALTWATER FISH. IT’S ONE OF THOSE OLD GUIDE TRICKS I’VE LEARNED. SO WHAT WE’RE GONNA DO IS WE’RE GOING TO START RIGHT HERE BEHIND THE PECTORALS. YOU WANT TO MAKE SURE YOU HAVE A REALLY GOOD SHARP KNIFE, THAT’S ONE OF THE MOST IMPORTANT THINGS. YOU’RE GOING TO CUT ALL THE WAY DOWN UNTIL YOU HIT BONE AND THEN YOU ARE GOING TO STOP. ONCE YOU DO THAT, YOU’RE GOING TO HEAD BACK ALL THE WAY TO THE ANAL VENT AND UP. YOU’RE JUST GOING TO FOLLOW THAT BONE LINE ALONG. THEN YOU’RE GOING TO COME BACK TO RIGHT BEHIND THE HEAD AND YOU’RE GOING TO CUT DOWN UNTIL YOU FEEL BONE AGAIN. AND ANOTHER GOOD THING TO HAVE IS A GOOD, FLEXIBLE KNIFE AND THE REASON WHY IS ONCE YOU’RE, WHEN YOU’RE COMING DOWN THIS FISH YOU WANT THAT KNIFE TO REALLY FLEX SO YOU CAN GET AS MUCH OF THE FLESH OUT OF THERE AS POSSIBLE. AND WHEN YOU COME BACK YOU WANT TO MAKE SURE YOU STOP RIGHT AT THE BASE OF THE TAIL BECAUSE IF YOU CUT THE SKIN OFF, THEN IT’S GOING TO BE REALLY HARD TO GET THAT FLESH OFF OF THAT SKIN IF YOU CUT IT COMPLETELY OFF THE FISH; IT KIND OF ACTS AS AN ANCHOR. AND YOU ARE GOING TO RUN DOWN AND CUT OFF THE FLESH OFF OF THE SKIN AND THERE’S YOUR NICE CLEAN FILET WITHOUT THE RIB BONES OR ANYTHING IN IT. THE BEST WAY TO STORE FISH IS TO PUT IT INSIDE A ZIP LOCK CONTAINER OR INTO A ZIP LOCK FREEZER BAG AND BE SURE TO PUT WATER ON THAT FISH, ‘CAUSE THE FISH REALLY HAS A TENDENCY TO FREEZER BURN. AND SO IF YOU PROTECT IT IN THAT WAY, IT WILL PREVENT IT FROM FREEZER BURNING AND IT LASTS ANYWHERE THREE TO SIX MONTHS IN THE FREEZER. SO IT’S AN EASY SIMPLE METHOD AND THAT WAY ANYONE CAN ENJOY FRESH FISH AT HOME.>>AND EVERYBODY SAYS, GENE, DO YOU-ARE YOU A FISHERMAN AND RELEASE? I SAY, I SURE AM. I RELEASE EVERYONE OF THEM THAT’S 10 INCHES LONG IN THE FRY DADDY. YEE-HAW!