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What is a good replacement for tuna?

Asked: PBAngling, Last Updated:

1 Smoked trout: Canned smoked trout is a great substitute for canned tuna, whether mashed up with mayonnaise and lemon juice or flaked over a green salad. It is especially good tossed with thinly sliced cabbage.

FAQ

  • How quickly do baby shrimp grow?

    That shrimp female can usually produce about 21-51 shrimplets per hatching. Larger females produce more shrimplets. It takes around 60 days for the cherry shrimplets to reach the juvenile stage.

  • Can you eat the whole squid?

    Use. The body (mantle) can be stuffed whole, cut into flat pieces or sliced into rings. The arms, tentacles, and ink are edible; the only parts of the squid that are not eaten are its beak and gladius (pen).

  • Is smoked white fish ready to eat?

    It is then Salt Cured with dry salt or brine. ... After the salt cure, it is placed in a chamber that smoke is pumped through at a temperature of 158° to 176° F (70° to 80° C). The final product is ready to eat as a snack, or use in recipes such as salads. It is usually eaten cold.

  • How do you pick good oysters?

    Good oyster meat is plump and solid in color. If it looks spawny — translucent or milky — say sayonara. Note: You can also use this opportunity to smell the oyster if you like. Good oysters smell a little sweet and a lot like the sea.

  • How do you clean yellow croaker fish?

    How To Clean Spot and Croakers

    1. To clean spot and croakers: Scale the fish with a manual or electric fish scaler . While holding the fish with one hand, use the tool to remove all scales. ...
    2. To clean whole fish: Cut the fish's head off. ...
    3. To fillet fish: Cut behind the gill, from back down to flank.
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  • Where are my shrimp hiding?

    Hiding. If you can't find your cherry shrimps, then the most probable cause is they are hiding. As cherry shrimps are pretty small in size, they can hide very well. Cherry shrimps like to hide behind plants, moss, inside the driftwood or other hiding places.

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  • Can squid come out of water?

    Underwater, squid use jet propulsion to pounce on swift prey and escape intimidating predators. But sometimes jetting through the currents is not enough to make a successful getaway—sometimes, a squid needs to get out of the water altogether. So they fly.

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  • Is Costco a good place to buy shrimp?

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  • What lures should I use for salmon?

    Salmon eggs are the top choice for bait, although sand shrimp are very popular for chinook salmon. Some anglers like to fish both at the same time. Marabou jigs (Photo 10) can be used instead of bait and can be especially effective on pink salmon, or other salmon when the water is very low and clear.

  • What is the best water temperature to catch carp?

    15ºC Carp. Carp are a warm water species and only grow and reproduce in water temperatures of 15ºC, and above. They can be caught all year round but feeding activity slows down from the first frosts.

  • Is ROHU a surface feeder?

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  • Can you defrost fish food?

    Here is an easy method to thaw frozen fish food that will not cause your kitchen to stink: Take a small plastic container with a lid that fits. Place frozen food into the container - enough for about a week of feeding. Let the food sit out and thaw. Feed you fish.

  • How long after eating bad shrimp will you get sick?

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  • Are plastic baits bad for fish?

    Not only does this litter our lakes and rivers, unfortunately fish still eat them. Biologists have documented that soft plastics do not break down in the digestive system of popular species like largemouth and smallmouth bass, pike and walleye. Just as bad, most soft plastics will not biodegrade if left in the water.

  • What fish are more active in the rain?

    Covering water during a rainstorm can help locate actively feeding fish. With no sun, bass are more likely to roam when it's raining than when it's sunny. For that reason, the bass that were once locked on that little sweet spot are now likely spread out over a much bigger area.

  • How many babies does a crawfish have?

    Crayfish are a highly desirable source of food for many other creatures. Fish, turtles, birds, and even humans, therefore they produce a high number of babies. On average , one can expect over 100 babies from a single hatch.

  • Does milk make fish taste less fishy?

    Milk is the simplest way to counteract a strong fishy odor and taste in a less-than-super-fresh piece of fish. The casein protein in milk binds to the trimethylamine, facilitating removal. ... Place the fish in the milk and let it soak for 20 minutes, then remove the fish and blot it dry with paper towels.

  • Can fish Recognise human faces?

    Now, in a study described last November in Animal Behaviour, they have demonstrated that the fish can recognize the same face turned to the side by 30, 60 and 90 degrees—a nontrivial task.

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