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Is Mac tuna good sashimi?

Asked: Bruce Pietro, Date Created:

Nice one, I've had Stripy and Mack Tuna for sashimi heaps of times, I think its really good. ... One 2kg plus fish is heaps for Sashimi for a few people and the left over bloodlines I just bag up and freeze for bait and burley. So nothing is wasted either.

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