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Is yellowfin tuna also called ahi?

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In Hawaii, “ahi” refers to two species, the yellowfin tuna and the bigeye tuna. It has a slimmer profile than the bigeye tuna, with distinctive soft dorsal and anal fins and finlets are bright yellow. Smaller yellowfin are also called “shibi” in Hawaii. ...

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    Kingfish produce large and thick fillets and they tend to be oily, so they are an outstanding choice for long and careful low-temperature smoking. Seasoned well, and smoked so they're not dry over orange, lemon, hickory or oak wood, king mackerel are delicious. ... Poaching fresh kingfish also is a nice method of cooking.

  • Do trout like sun or shade?

    Shade doesn't directly help a trout feed. There's no more food in the sun that there is in the shade. But a nervous, skittish trout in full sun is not likely feeding heavily. But the shadowy darkness created by trees, riverbanks, creates comfort zones where trout start looking up.

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    Males can reach total length of 320 mm; females 250 mm. Body usually greenish to brownish grey, sometimes more bluish, darker in larger specimens.

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    They don't have a heart, lungs or a brain either! So how does a jellyfish live without these vital organs? Their skin is so thin that they can absorb oxygen right through it, so they don't need lungs. They don't have any blood so they don't need a heart to pump it.

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