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How many rods can you fish with in South Carolina?

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Nongame fish may be taken with any lawful nongame fishing device. Nongame fish may also be taken with hook and line. A fisherman may only use four rods and reels. A fisherman fishing from a boat may use an unlimited number of rods and reels if all persons in the boat 16 years and older have valid fishing licenses.

FAQ

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    3 days Cooked shrimp can be refrigerated for up to 3 days. Flour: Can be stored for up to 6 months at room temperature because higher temperatures create a hospitable environment to bugs and mold.

  • How many tilapia can I put in a 300 gallon tank?

    We add heterotrophic bacteria weekly to help with the solid waste mineralization and for water clarity. Our current system has a total of about 300 gallons of water in it and about 100 pounds of Tilapia for a gallons of water to pounds of fish ratio of about 3:1.

  • Can you eat salmon raw from the grocery store?

    Yes, you can eat salmon raw from high-quality grocery stores if it's been previously frozen. ... But salmon can contain parasites, so buying previously frozen ensures any parasites are killed. But that's not all there is to know about grocery store fish and sushi.

  • What is the most expensive shrimp to eat?

    Black King Kong Shrimp:

    • Black king Kong shrimp is a quite rare form of shrimp which is only found in Taiwan and the most expensive amongst all. ...
    • Eel fishes are the special seafood available in the USA, which is very expensive as their price is estimated to be $2000 per a single pound that is not affordable for everyone.

  • Can I feed catfish three times a day?

    Once Daily vs. Once Every Other Day or Third Day – Although we recommend that catfish grown for food be fed once daily, feeding less frequently than daily may be called for under certain circumstances.

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  • What color should clams be when cooked?

    The external shell should be clean, free from over catch, diret or worm and “pot ready” mussels should be cleaned of their byssal thread (beard). Cooked mussels should be full in the shell and will be either orange/peach (female) or cream (male) in colour.

  • Is mackerel OK on a diet?

    Mackerel These are essential fatty acids that we need in our diet for our bodies to function properly. They have also been associated with other health benefits, including the prevention of coronary heart disease. White fish contain some omega-3, but at much lower levels than in oily fish.

  • How do you identify a British crayfish?

    Identification features of signal crayfish include:

    1. Red underside to claws.
    2. Upper surface is a greenish brown colour.
    3. Lower surface is an orange/red colour.
    4. Smooth ridge running along the middle of the rostrum.
    5. Can grow up to 16-18 centimetres in size.
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  • Do huge catfish taste good?

    How to cook it? Many big catfish down here in North Carolina, they have a lot of little bones in them but if they are cooked right they taste pretty good. Haven't had it in a long time so I don't remember much else. I've had catfish a few times in restaurants and it is very nice tasting fish.

  • How are shrimp graded?

    The more white color, the higher the grade the shrimp is. The grades go from C grade (lowest with the most red or black color) to SSS+ (the highest grade with the least amount of red or black). In order from least to greatest: C, B, A, S, SS, SS+, SSS, and SSS+.

  • Why do oysters die when you open them?

    Julie Qiu, an oyster expert who pens the blog In A Half Shell, says oysters probably die when the meat is separated from the shell, because the oyster's heart is right next to the bottom adductor muscle. That would mean that they aren't technically still alive when you throw them down the hatch.

  • Is high or low tide better for surf fishing?

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    A shark in a fish tank will grow 8 inches, but in the ocean it will grow to 8 feet or more. The shark will never outgrow its environment and the same is true about you. Many times we're around small thinking people so we don't grow. Change your environment and watch your growth.

  • Do bonito flakes taste fishy?

    Bonito flakes can be described as having a smokey, savory, and slightly fishy flavor. They can be compared to bacon or anchovies but they have a lighter, more delicate taste.

  • Do barbless hooks hurt fish?

    Damage to the Fish – Barbed hooks can cause a lot of damage to the fish if you are trying to set it free. Barbless hooks come out easily. This is even more of an issue if the fish swallows the fly. A barbed hook is almost guaranteed death, where a barbless hook can sometimes be removed will little damage.

  • Is herring bad for cholesterol?

    Monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fats “These fats can help decrease LDL cholesterol,” Featherstun says. To get them, eat fish high in omega-3 fatty acids, such as salmon, tuna, trout, herring, or king mackerel, at least twice a week.

  • What is surströmming fish?

    Surströmming is made from Baltic sea herring, which is fermented in a weak brine for at least six months. It's lightly salted in the can to prevent it from rotting. Those brave enough to try often eat small pieces in a flatbread wrap along with waxy potatoes, sour cream, red onion, chives and dill.

  • Do you need to devein shell on shrimp?

    The decision to devein shrimp is basically a matter of personal preference and aesthetics, not hygiene, and the vein is not harmful to the human body if eaten. Most cooks will not bother deveining medium-sized or smaller shrimp unless they look particularly dirty.

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