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Can you butterfly fish?

Asked: Jimmy Lochner, Last Updated:

Butterflying removes most—but not all—of the bones in a fish, and it creates a larger cavity for stuffing, and stuffing is the primary reason to butterfly a fish. Kiting, so called because it makes the finished fish look like a kite, is butterflying when you remove the head of the fish as well.

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  • What is kitang fish in English?

    Tagalog to English

    TagalogEnglish
    kitanga fish; fishing line with many hooks;
    kitangflounder [fláunder]

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    We recommend using 20-30Lb braid for if you are site casting to redfish or fishing with artificials. With 20-30Lb braid you should not have a problem catching even the biggest of redfish. Braid is EXCELLENT for red fishing. Braid has excellent castability and very little stretch with makes for great redfish hook sets.

  • How do you microwave mackerel fillets?

    Set a piece of parchment paper over the fish, set in the microwave and cook on the high setting for 90 seconds. Let rest in the microwave 30 seconds, and then cook on the high setting for 90 seconds more. Let fish rest in the microwave two minutes, and it should be cooked and ready to enjoy.

  • Can you overeat shrimp?

    Shrimps are known to cause high LDL cholesterol. This is the cholesterol that can cause plaque to build up in your arteries which can then contribute to a heart attack or a stroke. ... So if you are eating too much shrimp, you are increasing your LDL cholesterol by a lot of putting yourself at unnecessary risk.

  • Where does the US get most of its fish from?

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  • Why does my tuna steak taste fishy?

    Tuna has a meaty aroma that is naturally pungent. Whether it's fresh or in a pouch or can, it should smell clean, fresh, and like the ocean. A strong fishy odor or taste is most likely a sign that your tuna has gone bad, so toss it.

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