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Where are silver carp found in the US?

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Bighead, silver, and grass carp are known to be well-established in the Mississippi River basin (including its tributaries, the Ohio and Missouri rivers), where they at times reach extremely high numbers, especially in the case of the bighead and silver carp.

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  • How long does a prawn live?

    Two to three years Prawns can live for two to three years. They mature at about six to eight months of age, and spawning occurs in offshore waters. King prawns tend to spawn throughout the year while tiger prawns mainly spawn during spring and summer. A single prawn can spawn more than once in any one year.

  • Can I freeze fish in a plastic bag?

    Freezing and Packaging the Fish Rinse your fish in salted ice water and afterward, fill a ziplock bag with tap water, submerging the fish inside. Seal the bags then place it in the freezer. ... Seal it well and place it straight to the freezer, making sure that there is NO air inside the bag as you seal it.

  • How do you keep prawns from bouncy?

    In the case of shrimp, a baking soda solution can be used to give shrimp the crunchy texture like that found in restaurants. The technique involves soaking the shrimp overnight in an iced baking soda solution and then, one hour before cooking, marinating the shrimp.

  • How do you split a fish for smoking?

    Slice Around the Ribs. Slip the knife blade underneath the ribs of the fish and slice upward, away from the backbone. Make sure your blade is in contact with the ribs at all times so you do not lose any meat. You may have to cut through pin bones as you go through the ribs; this is OK.

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    All detergents destroy the external mucus layers that protect the fish from bacteria and parasites, ... Soap and detergents can affect the critters fish eat, such as insects, by disrupting their cell membranes and by removing the protective waxes that cover the insects, causing them to die due to excess water loss.

  • Why are shrimp so expensive aquarium?

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  • Do Japanese eat the whole fish?

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    Inanga Through spring and summer, the little whitebait grow into adult fish known as inanga. Inanga are slender fish, with a small head and transparent fins. They are a pale creamy colour, mottled or spotted greenish-olive on their back and sides.

  • What do mackerel taste like?

    Mackerel also tastes slightly similar to salmon, especially when it is fresh. Compared to other fishes, mackerel also has a sweet taste. This fish has a decent amount of bones, and it is not overly salty. This is why the taste of fresh mackerel is reminiscent of the ocean's authentic taste.

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