Clean them yourself, plus if you keeping that manyfish that you want or need to pay someone to keep then i think your keeping too many fish. Thats is how i alway keep myself in check when i am catching spot or croker or any pan fish is that if i get to the point where i will have too many to clean then i stop keeping fish and most of time that is still too many for me to even eat and put the extra in the freezer.
Well It all depends how much fish you got, Come on A cooler full of croaker's or Sea-bass, I'LLL rather have them cleaned...Now if you are talking about Rockfish, Flounder, Seatrout, or even Toug Fish I Perfer to fillet or clean it myself.....Once again it depends in my opion.....
supporting the economy isn't a bad thing those guys at the wharf are fast and cheap. Sometimes there's a wait but I've found that the fisherman that show up at the wharf are more than willing to give some good info so I just chalk 10-15 bucks up to associated costs.
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