Pin Bone Tweezers

Discussion in 'Recipes, Storage and Preparation of Seafood' started by tightlines, Sep 11, 2019.

  1. tightlines

    tightlines Active Member

    Right now I use pliers - have people had luck with any of the tweezers available. Looking for recommendations on best available
  2. getbent

    getbent Well-Known Member

    I have some that I got for x-mas one year...Japanese I believe and they work like a hot damn...stainless, so when done I just give em a quick wash or toss in the dishwasher.
    Used pliers for years as well but these are easy and take up no room in the kitchen drawer.
    I will see if I can find a name brand later
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  3. Bows Up

    Bows Up Well-Known Member

    Bought 5 Japanese pin bone tweezers off Amazon on the recommendation of a guy on here. Amazing difference from the pliers I had been using. Cheap. Used the rest as stocking stuffers. Picked up some prawn knives at the same time. Nice, clean butterfly.

    No brand name, just stainless steel, made in Japan.
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  4. Pippen

    Pippen Well-Known Member

    No idea on the brand name of mine but yes they work well with their width.
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  6. bigdogg1

    bigdogg1 Active Member

    Tried to find a video I saw ~ a week ago. I was looking at different filleting methods and in the video, the fellow used a paring knife! He placed the slot over the pin bone, twisted the knife, used thumb pressure to hold it and out the came.
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  7. the gambler

    the gambler Active Member

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