Extreme grinder debuts at new Farewell Bend fish cleaning station - Case Study
Why does a state park need a fish grinder with this power? Because Brownlee Reservoir catfish have thick, tough skin and large bones. That created a nightmare maintenance problem for the old grinder. It worked on the same principle as a garbage disposal: spinning blades that would bind, bend and break. This grinder has teeth that mesh, a better design for heavy-duty grinding and a low-maintenance but effective way to take care of fish remains.
Park staff and anglers are thrilled with how this grinder performs, and everyone keeps their hands clear!