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What wind is bad for fishing?

Asked: Alexandre Durocher, Last Updated:

Any wind speed at 39 mph or over is easily capable of capsizing smaller boats. Therefore, if you are seeing very strong winds, it's probably best to stay off the water altogether. If you have a smaller boat, fishing in wind speeds in excess of 20 mph is not recommended.

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  • Can you eat fish after 5 days?

    If you've bought cooked fish—or cooked your own fish—and then stored it in the refrigerator in an airtight container, it will keep longer than raw fish. If you haven't eaten the fish after 5 or 6 days past the sell-by date, though, it will need to be discarded.

  • Should frozen shrimp look GREY?

    Off in color Cooked shrimp will be an opaque whitish color with some pink and red as well. If it looks faded in color, grey, or moldy at all then toss it out.

  • What should I know before buying a fish?

    Before You Buy Your Fish

    • Find a reputable store. This is the first and most important step to having healthy fish. ...
    • Watch out for “starter kits” sold at pet stores. They often include components that are low-quality or that you don't need. ...
    • Buy water-testing kits. ...
    • What fish should you buy? ...
    • Know your tank size.
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  • Do you kill a fish before filleting?

    No matter, they taste the same. I do cut the throat on channel cats right away to bleed them. Only ones I "feel" bad for, if you could call it that are the bullheads/cats I skin before lopping the head off and gutting. Otherwise, I cut the heads off all my fish before filleting.

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