Catfish carcasses no match for Muffin Monster® (2011)

Extreme grinder debuts at new Farewell Bend fish cleaning station

The Muffin Monster® isn’t your average kitchen garbage disposal. “It will actually grind lawn furniture–we’ve seen the demonstration,” says Ben Cox, Farewell Bend park ranger supervisor.

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. The Muffin Monster® 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 the Muffin Monster® performs, and everyone keeps their hands clear!

Farwell Bend State Recreation Area (park information, map & directions)

Catfish grinder at new Farewell Bend fish cleaning station

This angler was one of the first to fillet his fish and dispose of the carcass in the new grinder.

Posted on July 27, 2011, in park improvements, state parks and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. Does the fish grinder station have electricity for fillet knives? Do I need an extension cord?

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