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#6093554 - 12/20/15 03:41 PM Cyclone fish and game wash
shalor Offline
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Registered: 01/02/11
Posts: 66
I am and obvious sucker for marketing, but I would have to say this product was worth the money. Tried it out today after we killed 14 ducks on a slough on the riverbottom. Put fillets from all the ducks in there and hooked up the water hose. Feathers gone in about a minute and a half. No picking of feathers from fillets required. I wish I would've had this for dove season that would've been really handy. And will be next year. So thumbs up to cyclonefishandgamewash.com


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#6093569 - 12/20/15 03:53 PM Re: Cyclone fish and game wash [Re: shalor]
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I have my girlfriend do essentially the same thing in the sink.
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#6093717 - 12/20/15 05:39 PM Re: Cyclone fish and game wash [Re: Fooshman]
shalor Offline
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On the video on their website it shows a guy dipping feathers out with a bait net, but when I used it most of the feathers just went over the side as Water Splashs out of the bucket...works pretty good. Wish I would've thought of creating this device

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