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What is white fish served in restaurants?

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Halibut is ubiquitous on restaurant menus. It's the oiliest of the white fish, meaning its flesh is infused with super healthy omega-3 fatty acids, and it's protein packed, too. Most Pacific halibut reside in Alaskan waters, but can also be from around Southern California and off the coasts of Japan and Russia.

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    It's also pertinent to note that Catfish/Tilapia fish feed prices in Nigeria start from Three Thousand Naira (N3,000) to Twelve Thousand Naira (N12,000) depending on the brand....Fish Feeds Price.

    Feed BrandPrice Per Bag
    Fish Feed Nutri source price₦8500 to ₦10000
    Coppens fish feed price₦6200 to ₦8000

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  • Is shrimp good bait for mullet?

    Folks often ask me what is the best bait to use in the inshore? My answer is always shrimp, because most of the critters in our brackish waters eat them. For most beginners, dead shrimp is a fine choice.

  • Is salmon going extinct?

    Not extinct Chinook salmon/Extinction status

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