Mahi-mahi are highly coveted for their culinary flexibility, and catching your own is generally agreed to be best way to get your hands on some. But some anglers may be unduly intimidated at the thought of preparing the fish. It’s easier than most people would think.
In the video below, Captain Brynner Parks of Smoker Sportfishing gives a simple primer on how to fillet your own mahi-mahi. In the hands of the 28-year fishing veteran and two-time fly fishing record holder, the mahi-mahi practically fillets itself.
It beats buying fish at the store.