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What does it mean to call a woman a trout?

Asked: Bret Alexander, Last Updated:

Troutnoun. An elderly woman of dubious sensibilities.

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  • Is smoked mackerel a processed food?

    From a cancer risk perspective, the American Institute for Cancer Research considers smoked and cured fish in the same category as processed meats.

  • Is frying fish in coconut oil healthy?

    Benefits: Coconut oil is the healthiest option for deep frying your fish. It also has a neutral flavor that will reduce flavor transfer between batches of frying.

  • Are blue cats bottom feeders?

    Blue catfish are opportunistic bottom-feeders. Their varied diet includes worms, clams, small crustaceans, mussels, crabs, insects, frogs and variety of smaller fish, including other blue catfish.

  • Is Mac tuna good eating?

    #Mack tuna are even richer than most tuna so they have a strong taste if not bled. Second, because they are such speedsters, mack tuna have lots of interior support such as tendons and blood cavities. #The only part I consider worth eating is the large muscle along the back that doesn't have any tendons in it.

  • Can you use tap water to fill a fish pond?

    You can fill a pond with tap water. However you should add plants first (if you are going to add them at all) and wait awhile (a week?) before adding fish. Tap water is chlorinated and will kill fish if too much is added at a time but will its chlorine slowly.

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    Herrings may be caught with drift nets and surrounding nets (mostly seine nets or trawls). In Europe the majority of the herring catch is either salted, pickled in barrels, or cured by smoking and sold as kippered herring.

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  • What is a good first fishing boat?

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  • How deep should I bury fish?

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