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Are Raspberry Point oysters good?

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Raspberry Points are consistently good—salty like a Malpeque, but always nicely rounded and substantial. Raspberry Points are famed for their clean finish.

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    Lure fishing is also a very popular way of targeting these fish, especially when the water is high or fishing deep slow-running water, and for that I personally use a Rovex lure pro with a 22-50g casting rating matched with a medium sized fixed spool reel and 30lb braid.

  • Are clams freshwater or saltwater?

    They live in both freshwater and marine environments; in salt water they prefer to burrow down into the mud and the turbidity of the water required varies with species and location; the greatest diversity of these is in North America.

  • Is pollock a good fish oil?

    Pollock is typically known as the primary source for high quality white fish products worldwide. Similar to wild Alaskan salmon, wild Alaskan Pollock is an excellent and sustainable source of fish oil rich in Omega-3 fatty acids, at a more affordable price point than wild Alaskan salmon oil.

  • Can you eat clams from the beach?

    Health and Safety Issues. ... Each year, the California Department of Health quarantines mussels and advises the public to refrain from eating other types of invertebrates, including clams, harvested from certain areas along the coast.

  • Can I sue someone for catfishing me?

    If the person catfishing causes an undue emotional trauma to the other person, he or she may face a lawsuit for emotional distress. The more a person becomes attached or the more he or she sends in money or property, the greater the risk of harm to the individual.

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  • Can you freeze and reheat cooked salmon?

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    As a rule of thumb, you can have one shrimp per every 2-3 gallons of a tank. If you can only fit a small tank in your living space, a single shrimp will be more comfortable there than many would.

  • How big will a Pictus Catfish get?

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    At your local grocery store or fish market, Bluefin Tuna will sell for around $20 to $40 per pound. These are typically Bluefin caught off the East Coast. Bluefin from Japan are considered more valuable and can cost upwards of $200 per pound.

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    In total, there are 200 subspecies of prawns. ... Though the majority of these subspecies are found in freshwater, some live in the mouths of rivers where the water is salty. The Palaemon prawn lives in the waters of Pakistan, India, and Bangladesh in ponds, rivers, and streams.

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