So here it is, all of the tips and tricks on: How to Pin Bone a Fish.
Before we get to the tips, let us start at the beginning. What is a pin bone and why is it there? Well, pin bones are intramuscular bones that run length wise within the fish in the rib cage area. This means that, no matter how the fish cut (unless you are getting the portion past the rib cage), the bones will always be present since they are not connected to the main skeleton of the fish. They provide the fish's flesh with more stability and structure when it is swimming.
Not all fish have pin bones, but it can never hurt to double check. Here is a list of fish that are usually pin bone free:
|Me and a Pair of Farm Raised Atlantic|