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Is yellow croaker healthy?

Asked: Brian Dinter, Date Created:

Fatty fish such as yellow croaker and salmon, in particular, contains high levels of omega-3 fatty acids. Omega-3 fatty acids help lower the risk of coronary heart disease and stroke and are important for the foetal growth and neurological development.

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    Yin Yang fish, or dead-and-alive fish, originated in Taiwan. It is a dish which consists of a deep-fried whole fish (usually carp) that remains alive after cooking. The fish's body is cooked while its head is wrapped in a wet cloth to keep it breathing. The fish is then covered in sauce and served live on a plate.

  • How do I stop my fish from stealing my bait?

    That sucks, but it can be prevented with a few simple tricks to stop fish from stealing your bait while jetty, or rock fishing.

    1. Use worms, prawns or baitfish. ...
    2. Use a smaller hook. ...
    3. Conceal the hook completely inside the bait. ...
    4. Keep trying!

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