I haven't actually seen this but I picked it right off the top of what's offered for the search argument 'debone a fish.'
I once saw a very very short video that showed how to easily debone a fish before cooking it (I think it was on the New York Times website but it was long ago). I thought it looked so neat and easy.
Youtube is a treasure trove of video clips showing how-tos. My absolute favorite Asian cooking video there is 'Cooking with Dog' in which a young woman shows how to cook great Asian stuff with her poodle sitting next to her. She's really great.
You will need to remove the scales and clip off the fins and tail. You can also de-bone the fish but that is a lot work. You can bake it whole then remove the bones after, it's easier to remove the bones then.
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A friend of mine is a fishing boat captain who is home for the holidays. He brought me a whole fish, a salmon. It's gutted, but still has tail, scales, fin thingys. How do I get it ready to bake? I found a recipe but something tells me there is more to the fish then plopping it in the oven. .
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