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Old 08-14-2018, 11:24 AM
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Anyone have pics of DIY fillet tables saltwater fish. I am looking to build one for my dock. Or if you know a place that sells them. i want to spend 2-300 tops. Thanks
Old 08-14-2018, 11:41 AM
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portable or permanent?
need to really see your options (dock layout) to suggest much.
no pics availabke right now bit i got a “slab” of nsf quality surface from a kitchen supply store, cut a hole for scraps/garbage, added a rim, some fish “clamps” and “hooks” and a hose “attachment” and bolted it all to my deck rail... stupid simple... been there year round for 7 years including several nor easters.
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Permanent table, my dock is 50' by 5' plenty of room. table should be at least 60" x 30" ish i have water at the base.
Old 08-15-2018, 11:47 AM
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I built my father a portable one, meets your size, bought a rapala clip and drilled to the table to hold fish when you want to fillet, but then put a knife/cupholder/sharpener/hose holder on the side from marine outfitters? But this was ultimate DYI. I saw some online they are permanent but can be pricey. But this table you can fold up and store it.
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I made mine out of black epoxy coated metro shelving, 2 24x60 shelves and 4 33in post then had a big piece of cutting board cut for the top. I cut holes in the cutting board for knives and a hose holder.
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https://www.usplastic.com/catalog/it...5223&catid=509
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I had one made by boat outfitters they did an incredible job and very reasonable. I made my own base but they do sell them
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This one started with a Corian remnant I found on Craigs List.

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Just finished and installed this in my boat
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I also used boat outfitters for mine which is very large for a 23' center console. It has the knife holders and mounted to two magma mounts. Consider being able to tilt it at a slight angle so all the blood, water and other products runs out over the water. I would also add a small piece with like a open U clamp three quarters of an inch opening to hold your hose, so you do not have to keep bending over to pick it up each time. Many options out there and a guy at my marina had one which folded down vertical when not in use allowing him to have the dock space.
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Thinking out side the box, you might check with a commercial kitchen supplier for a stainless counter top “tear-out”. Or if you’re handy, 4X8 sheets of 1/2” azek can be had for around 100$

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