Do any of you fellas, dry your fish? It is a big thing here in Maine with white or light fleshed fish. I once built a nice frame from 2" x 4"s, positioned a plastic coated wire rack half way between top and bottom to hold the fillets. Nailed with thin lathes, a piece of window screening to the bottom. Made a hinged top and put window screening on that too. Air could flow up and down through it and on warm dry days, could dry fish in a couple of days and the screened in rack keeps the flies and hornets off of it. In Maine we call it Downeast chewing gum. Some guys will smoke the fillets or split fish over night and dry them afterwards for smoked dry fish.