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Going Fishing?

In South Carolina, it is hot in July. Whether you have been fishing for years or are just learning, the way you handle freshly caught fish is critical for quality and safety. This is especially important in the summer heat.

HGIC 3604, Fresh-Caught Fish has great information on keeping your catch at top quality and safe.

Ben’s first catch. Getting that fish into a cooler and deeply covering it in ice is a critical food safety step. Dr. Kimberly Baker, ©2021 Clemson University

Ben’s first catch. Getting that fish into a cooler and deeply covering it in ice is a critical food safety step.
Dr. Kimberly Baker, ©2021 Clemson University

Learning to fish and then getting a food safety lesson about how to handle fresh caught fish in the summer heat. Dr. Kimberly Baker, ©2021 Clemson University

Learning to fish and then getting a food safety lesson about how to handle fresh caught fish in the summer heat.
Dr. Kimberly Baker, ©2021 Clemson University

If this document didn’t answer your questions, please contact HGIC at hgic@clemson.edu or 1-888-656-9988.

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