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When I fillet a marlin above 15ql, I get 50 fillets of 0.5kg each, weighing 25kg total for all 50 fillets. I put them in my fsb with all my other marlin fillets, whose number increases by 50, then take out 50 marlin fillets. I get 50 fillets of 0.3kg each, weighting 15kg total for all the fillets. That's quite a bit of marlin I'm losing, and I need a lot of it to feed my animals. Please could we fix this? https://imgur.com/a/YIRtw
I've always thought it rather unfair that you can fillet your meat without losing anything, but with fish you lose 50% of its mass. Not to mention that if you're fishing on a special tile, you'll end up losing a lot of weight to the 50 fillets per fish limit. Any marlin above 20ql, maybe less, will max out on fillets. I get that it's a problem with only being allowed 100 items in your inventory, so here's my suggestion. Get rid of the maximum fillets and stop eliminating half the fish when filleting. Make fillets 0.3 kg no matter what, don't decrease the size for fish with large number of fillets. If you don't have enough space in your inventory for all the fillets, make the fish automatically fillet as much as it can, then you have to empty your inventory and re-fillet to finish. For example, say you have space in your inventory for 61 items, and a 24kg fish. That's 80 fillets. When you click fillet, the fish will produce 60 fillets, and you'll have a 6kg catfish left, and a message saying your inventory is full. You'll have to drop the fillets and fillet again to finish filleting the fish.
TLDR: I want to be able to fillet fish while on my boat. I was rather surprised when I went out for the first time to fish on a boat and got the "You need to be on solid ground to do that." message. Given that you are limited to the weight of the fish that will fit in a small barrel I would like to be able to fillet on the boat so you don't have to keep sailing back to land. If I need 1k fillets for a cookathon I don't want to spend hours in the middle of deep water guessing at how many fillets I probably have before running to shore only to find out I'm 300 short or something.