When frozen by conventional methods – whether by storing in plastic bags or freezer-safe containers – your fish will last anywhere between three and six months, but when you use your vacuum sealer, you may extend your catch’s shelf life by years.
How do you freeze fish in a ziplock?
How do you vacuum seal fish without a vacuum sealer?
What is the best way to freeze fresh fish?
Wrap the fish in moisture-vapor resistant paper or place in freezer bags, label and freeze. Water — Place fish in a shallow metal, foil or plastic pan; cover with water and freeze. To prevent evaporation of the ice, wrap the container in freezer paper after it is frozen, label and freeze.