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Do fish like rain?

Asked: Célyka Bernier-Demers, Last Updated:

Fish Behavior in Rainy or Windy Weather Some fish hate the rain and wind and will go deeper under water. Others such as trout and sunfish are insect-eating fish. When it rains, insects get knocked into the water, so these fish will be biting more and staying close to the surface in a downpour.

FAQ

  • Do they kill fish to make fish oil?

    No fish have to be killed, and it's a very sustainable way of producing omega-3s. There are also supplements that aren't based on the giant reduction industry that produces most fish oil, but rather on fish waste. There's a very good brand called Pure Alaska Omega that uses off cuts from the salmon industry in Alaska.

  • What is the most aggressive betta fish?

    Plakats Plakats are also the most aggressive variety of Betta. Only the most aggressive fighting fish were selected for breeding, so these are some rage filled little fish. They also have a bad habit of jumping out of their tanks.

  • What is the best temperature for smoked salmon?

    Smoke salmon at temperature between 150-180 F, until it reaches internal temperature of 135-140 F. The lower you are able to keep the smoker temperature, the better, this way the salmon will remain moist and won't overcook. But on the other side lower smoker temperature will take longer time to cook the fish.

  • Why is my blue crayfish turning red?

    Lobsters and crabs have a pigment called astaxanthin in their shells, which has the ability to absorb blue light, making the shell appear red under certain conditions. When the lobster is alive, the pigment is safely stored inside a membrane hidden in the shell called the crustacyanin.

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    Crawfish actually have some health benefits. They are low in calories, a good source of protein, and provide many essential vitamins and minerals. A serving of crawfish, which is about 3 ounces of peeled crawfish tails, is only 70 calories.

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