I set up a new Fish Cleaning Table

It was time to set up a new fish cleaning table. I looked around and shopped several different tables. The things that I wanted most was the ability to have running water and a sink. Here is what I finished and I’m now happily using!

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The big thing was to make it convenient and quick when I need to clean a batch of fish. How many times have you caught just one fish and threw it back because you did not want the hassle of all of the set up to clean just one fish? With this table you are ready to go and clean up is super quick.


Of course I modified mine to suit my needs. This table is completely portable which is very nice, but I wanted a more permanent setup. I built a bottom shelf and a rack over the top to hang larger fish for cleaning. I also added a 110 volt electrical outlet for my fillet knife.  I installed a garden hose reel to neatly hold the extension cord that powers the electrical outlet. The faucet hooks up to a standard water hose fitting under the table and the drain goes into a bucket that sits on the bottom shelf. If you are on a boat dock next to the water you could run the drain overboard.

photo(10)The table has grooves molded into the top to keep water etc. from spilling onto your feet. It is constructed of a very nice thick and heavy roto-molded plastic for sanitary clean up. The base legs are steel and surprisingly well built for a good sturdy base. They fold up flat for storage when needed.

Good Points;

Very well made. At this very reasonable price you cannot afford to not have one if you do any serious fishing! The bottom brace lends itself nicely to holding a bottom shelf. The faucet and drain and stopper are great quality and should last a long time.

Bad Points;

Absolutely nothing so far! I’ve been using this one year with it exposed to the elements (sun/rain) 24/7and it still looks new.

Amazon has this table at a great price with free shipping and mine arrived in 3 days to my doorstep! I recommend this table if you fish like I do and need a nice setup.

Bud

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