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Why are my ghost shrimp eggs green?

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But what does it mean if you see green dots under the tail of your shrimp? It means your ghost shrimp is a female and is carrying eggs! Before you start celebrating, read on for information on caring for your pregnant ghost shrimp.

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  • Can you catch mackerel from the beach?

    The best places to catch mackerel are piers and rocks, both of which are already in deeper water. Mackerel don't normally come in too close to the beach. This doesn't mean that they don't but as a general rule you'll get much better results if you're fishing away from the beach. ... Mackerel strips are excellent baits.

  • How do I dry shrimp at home?

    Dissolve the salt into the water and refrigerate until cold. Add the shrimp and allow to brine overnight. Drain the next day and shake off excess water. Spread shrimp out evenly on dehydrator trays and dehydrate at 145F for 2 hours, then decrease temperature to 120-125 for 8+ hours.

  • Can bass fish hurt you?

    Although bass are very unlikely to bite you when you first take them out of the water, keep in mind that it won't take too long before your prized catch starts to become agitated, and will begin twisting from side to side, looking for a means of escape.

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  • What happens if you eat the black vein of a shrimp?

    * You can't eat shrimp that hasn't been deveined. If you were to eat the shrimp raw, the thin black “vein” that runs through it could cause harm. That's the shrimp's intestine, which, like any intestine, has a lot of bacteria. But cooking the shrimp kills the germs.

  • Can you freeze crawfish and they come back alive?

    When it comes to crawfish, you can either freeze them while it's still alive or cooked. However, it's recommended to cook them first so they'll stay fresh in the freezer longer. Freezing fresh live crawfish will only keep them fresh up to 14 days in the freezer.

  • Where is Costco frozen shrimp from?

    Costco purchases shrimp from Thailand-based company Charoen Pokphand (CP) Foods, the biggest shrimp farmer in the world.

  • Can you freeze raw fish?

    Fresh, and the emphasis is on 'fresh', (store bought or fresh catch) fish freeze well for up to six months if stored in an airtight method (fatty fish like salmon and trout; only three months). ... Keep the fish as cool as possible (on ice, or in the shade).

  • How long can you soak clams in freshwater?

    20 minutes Soak your clams for 20 minutes in fresh water just before cooking. As the clams breathe they filter water. When the fresh water is filtered, the clam pushes salt water and sand out of their shells. After 20 minutes, the clams will have cleaned themselves of much of the salt and sand they have collected.

  • Is tilapia fake fish?

    A common false claim is that tilapia was never caught in the wild. Tilapia was originally found in the wild in the Middle East and Africa. Due to high demand, the majority of tilapia sold in the United States is mass produced in an industrial fish farm. ... They are also genetically engineering trout and tilapia.

  • How do you get mackerel off the pier?

    A technique that often works is to cast out a high/low leader baited with cut anchovy or piece of mackerel, let it sink toward the bottom, then immediately begin a medium speed retrieve; mackerel will often hit it on the way up, usually just before it gets to the surface.

  • How long can thawed shrimp stay in the fridge?

    You can safely keep raw shrimp that's been defrosted in the refrigerator for an additional one to two days before cooking, says the U.S. Department of Agriculture. You can also safely refreeze the thawed shrimp within that same timeframe.

  • How do I keep my tuna salad from getting watery?

    Drain tuna in a colander and shred in fingers until no clumps remain. Draining the tuna first is essential. If you dont, you get watery gross tuna salad. While the tuna is draining, toast your bagel.

  • Why is it bad to eat carp?

    Carp are bottom-feeding fish, which makes them much more likely to pick up toxins, chemicals, and generally unpleasant flavors from the wild. (Surprisingly enough, their mercury levels are low since they generally don't eat other fish.)

  • Can you catch fish with fake worms?

    Fishing with plastic worms is a great way to catch bass. Available in many shapes, colors, and sizes, you won't find a more versatile bass lure than the plastic worm. Artificial lures are made to mimic live bait and worms are a bass favorite.

  • Will Cherry Shrimp die in cold water?

    Can Cherry Shrimp Live In Cold Water? Yes, Cherry Shrimp can live in cold water. It can survive the temperature of 16 degrees Celsius which is cold for life underwater. But it can live in temperatures between 16 to 27 degrees Celsius.

  • Which fish is healthier salmon or trout?

    Rich in protein as well as minerals, salmon has always been considered a very healthy choice of meal. There isn't a big difference between the calorie content between trout and salmon. Salmon has around 208 calories for every 100 grams so if you had to choose the lower calories option, trout would be the best choice.

  • What is the summary of Gopal and Hilsa fish?

    The king challenged Gopal to buy a huge Hilsa fish and bring it to the palace without anyone asking him about it. Gopal accepted the challenge. After a few days, Gopal shaved beard from half of his face and smeared ash on himself. He wore rags and looked disgraceful.

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