Can you cook fish with guts in?

Chef's answer
The guts of a fish are inedible and need to be removed before cooking. It isn't difficult to do but if you are squeamish, get your fishmonger to remove them for you.
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Throwing entrails into shallows where they are an eyesore is a no no. Puncturing the air sac and disposing in deep water, or packing out, is the way to go. "Although fish entrails are biodegradable, a respectful alpine angler will never discard them in lake shallows where they can be seen by others.
The most recommended way to dispose of fish guts would be to pack them out and dispose of them in the trash with your regular household waste. Keep in mind that in small quantities, this fish waste is usually eaten by scavenging fish and other aquatic wildlife and generally is not a problem.
The guts of a fish are inedible and need to be removed before cooking. It isn't difficult to do but if you are squeamish, get your fishmonger to remove them for you.
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