Clean & Cook Fresh Tuna Loin & Collars & Enter To Win A 1.5 Day Fishing Trip

Matt Moyer is both a local chef and fisherman and in this video he is demonstrating how to fillet fresh yellowfin tuna, utilizing all of the fish including the tuna loins, cheeks, and collars.

tuna loin

“There is nothing like a sea-side tuna sear on some fresh, locally caught SoCal yellowfin tuna,” says Matt Moyer, Executive Chef of La Jolla Country Club.  “I’m also the team captain of the Ballast Point Fishing Team and we’ve been loving the fresh tuna being caught this season in SoCal.  Here is how I like to clean a yellowfin, utilizing all of the fish.  A sharp knife is the key to making short work of it, but a pair of scissors can also be helpful when removing the very tasty tuna collars which I will sear on this hot grill.”

The Gerber Controller Fillet Knife is offered in three blade lengths to match your type of fishing: 6″, 8″,& 10″.

tuna loin

Gerber Controller knives come in three sizes to match whatever fishing cleaning job you have at hand.  The grip is comfortable and designed to allow your fingers to steer the blade using the pressure fins molded into the handle.  The business end of a Gerber fillet knife is crucial, and the ability to re-sharpen on the go is very important to all anglers.  Gerber engineers decided on a stainless blade made from 9Cr steel, selected specifically for its toughness, corrosion resistance, and edge retention.  The blade is also mirrored polished for added protection and easy cleaning.  Of course, the Controller fillet knives feature a full tang construction for balance and durability.

tuna loin

“Utilizing all of the tuna is important to me,” says Matt.  “I like a pair of scissors, like Gerber’s Neat Freak, to help remove the collars from the tuna where there is still a ton of meat and flavor.  You can even clean the “cheeks” of the tuna, especially on a larger one, for some sushi-grade meat.”

Today Is Your Lucky Day!

TWO lucky people will win an exciting trip aboard Aztec Sportfishing with Captain Greg Gawitt out of San Diego. (limitations apply)  Here’s how:

  1. Go to the post below
  2. Share the post on your page
  3. Tag a buddy in the post
  4. The more friends you tag, the more times you are entered

Good Luck!!

Gerber Giveaway | How To Clean and Cook Tuna | Best Use Of Each Section

Gerber Gear is giving you the gift every angler wants! Two lucky anglers will come away with a free 1.5-day fishing trip aboard the Aztec Sportfishing with Captain Greg! To Enter for this killer prize, watch, share and tag your friends in this video as Ballast Point Fishing Team Captain, Matt Moyer shows you how to fillet and prepare a yellowfin tuna using Gerber’s Saltwater Controller Fillet Knives and Geber Neat Freak Braided Line Cutters. The more friends you tag the better chance you have at winning! The winners will be announced January 2nd, 2020. Good Luck! #GerberGear

Posted by BD Outdoors on Wednesday, December 11, 2019

Limitations: Trip dates are limited to open party trip dates only. The Aztec charter schedule will be posted in March 2020. Prize includes cost of the ticket, bunk, food, and licenses. (snacks & beer not included) Travel to San Diego is not included. You must be 18 and over to enter this giveaway and have a valid USA passport.