Sunfish / Bluegill Fillets - 5 lbs
- Skin on Fillets - Individually Frozen
- Wild Caught in Canada
Bluegills go by many names depending on the area of the country--Sunfish, Brim, Bream, Pumpkinseed, Coppernose, call them what you want and order the wild caught frozen fillets here.
Sunnies are what I remember catching as a kid on family fishing trips and cabin weekends. They bite like crazy when you find them and fight a good battle. They aren’t as big as the walleye, but they are just as tasty—and with WalleyeDirect.com you don’t have to scale and clean the little ones.
Because these are smaller fish the size of the fillets can vary with the season. (It depends what we catch--sometimes bigger fillets, sometimes a bunch of little ones)
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5/5 stars Fast ship, great tasting!, 3.27.2016
Reviewer: JULIE CONSTANTINO HILGER (GRAHAM, WA)
Being from Minnesota and having moved away nearly 25 years ago i've longed for fresh caught bluegill and walleye. In the PNW you can't find these in any store, even Pike Place. I was happy to find that shipping was available so I ordered on Monday, received on Wednesday. The freshness was amazing and I am just so impressed with the product and ease of service. I will be a repeat customer for sure!
5/5 stars Great work walleye direct, 2.7.2016
Reviewer: Christina Bowles (Crossville, Il)
Great work walleye direct. 2nd time we have ordered will order again.
3/5 stars Tried Bluegills first time, 12.14.2015
Reviewer: Anthony Gowan (Springfield, MA)
The Bluegills have an interesting taste. Very flavorful while they were a little chewy. Glad I enjoyed them with parents who said they remember the taste and it was just like when they were kids growing up in the south.
5/5 stars bluegill filets, 11.17.2015
Reviewer: William J. Proefrock (Port Crane, NY)
I expected the filets to be larger than they actually are. Although reluctant to order fish with skin on, I found that soaking the filets until thawed and running a sharp knife between the skin and the meat removed the meat with very little, if any, loss of meat. The filets were covered in butter and cracker meal, placed on a pan, and baked in the oven; and proved to be quite tasty without any "fishy" taste.
4/5 stars Good Sunfish, 6.22.2015
Reviewer: Larry MacRae (Acworth, GA)
I have enjoyed the sunfish I have prepared so far some are a little small but they taste good. Not sure if I will reorder next time.