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Where is Donegal Catch fish caught?

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While headquartered in Naas, Co Kildare, our primary fish processing facility is located in Gurteen, Co Sligo and has been in continuous operation since 1984. Green Isle Foods is the largest purchaser of white fish from the Irish catching sector and processes over 20% of Irish landed Haddock and Whiting.

FAQ

  • Is it better to go fishing when it's hot or cold?

    When the weather turns frigid, both fish and their live food sources move more slowly than they do when it's warm. Because of this, live bait is far better to use in the winter than lures. Lures will move too quickly through the water, which will spook your fish.

  • What temperature can freshwater clams live in?

    Water temperature: 65°-85° F (18° – 29° C) pH: 6.5-8.0. KH: 5-12 dKH. Good water flow and soft substrate so the clam can be partially buried.

  • Is it bad if fish chase each other?

    Why Do Fish Chase Each Other? ... Even fish that are typically docile fish may chase others because of constant stress. This could be due to incompatible tank mates, poor water conditions, or an overcrowded tank. When fish chase each other, it may look like they are playing, but this behavior is a warning sign.

  • Are clams good for fish tanks?

    Pros: Freshwater Clams are peaceful, friendly and non-aggressive filter feeders. Their filter feeding helps remove debris from tank water, and they are great conversation starters. ... Keeping Freshwater Clams with most community tank fish like Corys and Otocinclus Catfish can also work well.

  • Can you smoke kingfish?

    We've been catching some thicker kingfish lately so we recommend smoking them for 6-7 hours on an electric smoker. If your fillets are less than 2 inches thick, they should be smoked for 4-5 hours. Cooking times may need to be adjusted if you're using a different type of smoker.

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