Scott Macindoe has a permanenty set up stainless fish cleaning table made up from a corner sink unit.
Another friend, Mark Roberts, has two fish cleaning tables with a sink in the middle connected to a hose.
He has a fish cleaning board on one side and space on the other to put the fish.
Under the table he has a 20 litre bucket for disposal of the fish heads, frames and guts.
With big loads of fish one person can use one side as a fish fillet table and another person the other for skinning and boning the fillets.
This is a great set up and I have watched him turn twenty trevally into skinned and boned fillets in less than half and hour on it.
Mark lives just down the road so next time he catches a few fish I will take some photos of his cleaning table and post them here.
Pic Above : Mark Roberts with a big Mokohinau Snapper
Pic Left : Mark with a good Manukau trevally