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Which is a bony fish?

Asked: MIKE ROWAN, Last Updated:

Bony fish, (superclass Osteichthyes), any member of the superclass Osteichthyes, a group made up of the classes Sarcopterygii (lobe-finned fishes) and Actinopterygii (ray-finned fishes) in the subphylum Vertebrata, including the great majority of living fishes and virtually all the world's sport and commercial fishes.

FAQ

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    Katla is a very widely consumed oily fish. It is a rich source of protein and essential fatty acids. Katla has an Omega 6 to Omega 3 ratio of 0.7 which is good enough. It is a moderate mercury level fish.

  • What is the best type of oil to fry fish?

    Canola oil When deep-frying or completely submerging the fish or seafood in oil, use the same type of oil as you would for a regular fry. Canola oil is a good choice because it has a neutral flavor and is inexpensive, which is perfect for such high-volume use.

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    In late fall, carp will start taking on a more “winter-mindset” and begin their march out to deep water. Deepwater is usually where the warmest water in a lake can be found and as the temperatures plummet, this is where carp will head. When carp head out to deep water, they do a lot of feeding in the midday heat.

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