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Is it illegal to fish Pacific bluefin tuna?

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All commercial fishing for Pacific Bluefin Tuna in California, regardless of the gear used or amount of fish landed, requires both state and federal permits.

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    Mandarin Gobies are safe to keep in reef tanks, as they won't nip at corals or anemone; just make sure there is no more than a single male in the tank. They are picky eaters and don't compete well for food, so pay great attention to their feeding time to make sure they stay healthy.

  • What happens when you eat fish everyday?

    Fish is a one-stop source of so many vital nutrients that it can maintain a healthy balance in your body, and help fight all sorts of major diseases. Apart from these benefits, eating fish can also improve your metabolism, sleep quality, skin quality, concentration and alleviate inflammation.

  • Can a mudfish bite?

    The mudfish, which is characterized by a flat head and long dorsal fin, can be tenacious when it bites.

  • What fish can live with pacu?

    Red bellied pacus are not aggressive fish and, though they prefer to be kept with others of their own species, they can be kept with other fish. Other large, friendly species like datnoids, oscars, and arowana make suitable tank mates for the red bellied pacu.

  • How often should you clean fish poop?

    Fish poo is organic waste and is not needed in a tank, never. Urea and the respiration of the fish creating ammonia takes care of the nitrogen cycle and you take care of the excess organic waste by a weekly %50 water change. You should ideally be cleaning all poo at every water change.

  • What is the largest carp ever caught?

    A BRITISH angler living in Thailand has broken the world record for the biggest carp ever caught. According to an article on the Lad Bible website, John Harvey's catch weighed in at a whopping 232 lb or 105 kg.

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  • Why do feeder fish die so quickly?

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  • Can shrimp breathe out of water?

    Most crustaceans are fully aquatic, like shrimp and many types of crabs, and breath under water. ... Crustaceans that breath air have adapted to living out of water by changing the way they use their gills. They excrete a liquid, which is pushed over their gills.

  • What part of octopus is calamari?

    When you're asking yourself is calamari squid or octopus, remember! The head of an octopus is always more rounded. Conversely, the squid has arms lined with suckers, which are usually smaller than those of an octopus.

  • Where do crayfish live in lakes?

    They live in ponds, streams, rivers, and lakes most typically under submerged rocks and logs. Some species are also capable of digging burrows frequently topped with tall, distinctive “turrets” that are often located some distance from the water's edge.

  • Can you eat mackerel straight from the tin?

    The answer to your question is - yes - you can safely eat mackerel in brine straight out of the can. But - maybe you might want to taste it and see if it is too salty for your taste. ... They are rated very high nutritionally so try to find a taste you like.

  • Can frozen cooked shrimp make you sick?

    While there are no reports of anyone getting sick from the shrimp, anyone who bought an affected bag should throw it away or return it for a refund. ... The FDA confirms it found salmonella in cooked shrimp from Kader Exports during a test.

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    Pretreat fish before freezing to preserve to quality of the freezer stored fish. ... For lean fish, dip them for 20 seconds in a brine of ¼ cup salt to 1 quart of cold water to firm up the flesh and to decrease the amount of water loss from thawing.

  • What is the longest fish recorded?

    Giant oarfish The giant oarfish, which has been known to reach up to a whopping 110 feet (36 meters) long, is considered a deep-sea fish. However, occasionally the slender beast is found washed ashore, dead, on beaches.

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    Salmon skin is generally safe for people to eat. ... While some people like to remove the skin before cooking a fillet of salmon, others swear by leaving the skin on and eating it for an additional health benefit.

  • What is the most profitable fish to farm?

    Atlantic salmon For the last 30 years, the high end of fish farming has been dominated by Atlantic salmon, a $15.4-billion industry. Atlantic salmon has become one of the most profitable fish to grow and is slightly better than chicken in terms of how well it converts feed into body mass.

  • How do you clean prawns without removing shells?

    Hold the knives, skewers, tweezers or pincers - just use your fingers.

    1. Twist or cut off the head. ...
    2. Poke around in the opening to pinch the vein between your fingers.
    3. Pull it out very gently.
    4. Discard.

  • Can I feed dry shrimp?

    Anything you feed should be in a rotation of a minimum three different foods. I am a big fan of frozen artemia - less so of freeze dried. I use other freeze dried foods, as well as decapsulated artemia cysts. I never soak them beforehand, and they work fine.

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    And according to the Monterey Bay Aquarium Seafood Watch, steelhead trout is one of the healthier types of seafood, with plenty of lean protein and omega-3 fatty acids.

  • Is Atlantic salmon unhealthy?

    It is a good idea to eat fatty fish such as salmon 1–2 times per week for optimal health. ... However, given its high amount of omega-3s, quality protein and beneficial nutrients, any type of salmon is still a healthy food. Still, wild salmon is generally better for your health if you can afford it.

  • What fish will eat chicken liver?

    I know some catfish guides (and some tournament anglers) that use chicken liver for channel catfish (and even on occasion blue catfish) but these are usually third or fourth string baits for them if the fish are not hitting anything else (or for some reason they don't have or cannot catch Threadfin Shad or Gizzard Shad ...

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    I've had escargot once in France. It usually has a lot of butter on it, so that is the primary flavor. Texture and taste-wise, I would say it's most similar to clams or oysters but more substantial. So it's kind of like have baked clams/oysters in a butter garlic sauce.

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