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Are oyster shells biodegradable?

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Enormous amounts of oyster shells are discarded each year from oyster farms and restaurants. Oyster shells are non-biodegradable and pollute the land and water when discarded indiscriminately.

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  • Is it OK to boil crawfish alive?

    (All crawfish are sluggish during cold transport, but be sure that they are alive. Do NOT cook dead crawfish.) Do not buy bugs caked in mud and all crawfish should be similar in size to cook in the same amount of time. Once you find a vendor who offers quality crawfish, you can start your order!

  • Is high or low tide better for surf fishing?

    Arrive at low tide to scope out the beach and look for exposed structure so you can fish it later when it's submerged. The best time to go surf fishing is (from) two hours before a high tide until an hour after high tide.

  • Can salmon see lures at night?

    They see more in the ultra-violet range than we can. Atlantic salmon see better at night than they do during the day. The best Atlantic salmon fishing in the Great Lakes is almost always at night. Violet and dark violet lures are the best for night fishing.

  • Are mosquitoes good for fish?

    Raising mosquito larvae is extremely simple and can provide nutritious food for your fish free of charge!

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  • Is it better to fish before or after a cold front?

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  • What is the point of a fish hook called?

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  • Do clams feel pain when cooked?

    The short answer to this question is that yes, it is cruel to cook shellfish and crustaceans alive, because although they have less extensive nervous systems than humans do, they still feel pain.

  • Do you purge crawfish before you boil them?

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  • Why are clams bad for you?

    Eating raw or undercooked seafood, especially clams, mollusks, oysters and scallops can be dangerous. Seafood such as these can harbor bacteria that are ingested from their habitat. Many times, their habitat is in areas of high water pollution from towns and cities.

  • How long do you bake frozen breaded fish?

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    Long considered some of the best in the world, Wellfleet oysters have been a true favorite for generations. While actually transplanted to the area in the 1800s, the world-renowned oysters have long since made a place for themselves up and down the Cape.

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    Instead of using mayonnaise in your tuna salad, you can use a simple olive oil based dressing like this one that uses lemon juice and Dijon mustard. What can you eat tuna with besides bread? You can serve this tuna salad recipe on a bed of lettuce, in a tortilla wrap, on your favorite bun, or even in a lettuce wrap.

  • How many tilapia can go in a 100 gallon tank?

    Consequently, in a 100 gallon tank, how many tilapia will go? There is a total of about 300 gallons of water in our current system, and about 100 pounds of tilapia for a gallon of water to a fish ratio of about 3:1 pounds.

  • How long does fish poisoning last?

    Symptoms generally appear within minutes to an hour after eating affected fish. They typically last 3 hours, but can last several days. The following are the most common symptoms of scombroid poisoning. However, each individual may experience symptoms differently.

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