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What is the class of Rohu fish?

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Ray-finned fishes Rohu/Class

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  • Will hooks rust out of fish?

    A hook will rust away in a fish, but it may take a while, especially if the hook is plated or made of thick metal. But fish's stomachs are pretty tough. They can stand up to the spines on little fish like bluegill or pinfish. ... But if you worry about it, make sure you use thin wire, non-plated hooks.

  • What does hairtail fish taste like?

    Ribbonfish are a prized food fish in Japan, but have yet to be widely embraced by American eaters. The flesh is between flounder and sea trout – mild with a hint of briny, ocean flavor.

  • What shrimp can you keep with tiger barbs?

    Bamboo and vampire shrimp will probably be fine, just make sure you smash algae wafers and add them to the water so they have something to filter out. Amanos (japanese algae eating shrimp) will be fine, they can be quite rambunctious and might even compete for food.

  • What depth do fish feed at?

    Keep your bait in the fish zone. Either fish the top or the bottom. When deeper than 8 to 10 feet, always fish on the bottom, not close, but on the bottom whenever possible. The exxception to this rule is when crappie and white bass might "suspend" off the bottom.

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  • Is it OK to cook fish in microwave?

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  • Do catfish bite while spawning?

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  • Are Foxface fish poisonous?

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  • How do you smoke trout?

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    1. Sterilize jars in a hot soapy water bath.
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  • What is Kala fish in English?

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  • What is canned saury?

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  • How long does it take to get rid of fungus on fish?

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  • Is it bad to fish when it's hot?

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  • Can I eat mackerel everyday?

    The FDA lists albacore tuna as a “once a week choice.” And while Atlantic mackerel is low in mercury and okay to eat two or more times a week, King mackerel is a high mercury fish that the FDA recommends avoiding.

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