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gurnard

, gurnet
any European marine scorpaenoid fish of the family Triglidae, such as Trigla lucerna (tub or yellow gurnard), having a heavily armoured head and finger-like pectoral fins
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But for me, the fish of the day was a three-and-a-halfpound tub gurnard caught by the skipper.
The Wenatchee Valley and surrounding areas are simply the best for living, working, playing, community and friends," said 2016 Director General Debbie Gurnard.
There really would have been enough to keep them entertained if we'd never left Gurnard Pines - but on an island packed with attractions and historical sites that would seem a terrible waste.
He added spotted rays, skates and fish such as plaice, dab, flounder, sole and red gurnard are also found in Liverpool Bay.
From Gurnard, the intrepid can walk off lunch by taking the coastal path to Thorness one way or Cowes the other.
Tonight the first batch of 40 chefs are set the challenge of taking just seven ingredients, with squid, gurnard, apples and raisin, and within an hour making a dish of their choice.
The Fish Made Simple campaign puts 21 varieties of fish on the counter from familiar cod, haddock and salmon to the lesser known gurnard - or ugly fish - along with tilapia, ray wings and mussels, which most people only eat in a restaurant.
With a theme of selling sustainable fish alternatives to cod, such as gurnard, local eatery The One Elm had a pop-up pub on the opposite side of the Avon to the RSC.
Meanwhile, M&J said it had seen a 62% increase in volume sales of gurnard, after Hugh's Fish Fight aired in January.
Gurnard were found to have a wide vocal repertoire, and maintained a constant chatter.
These species include Lobster, Dover Sole, Halibut, Turbot, Tuna, Squid, Mussels, Razor Clams, John Dory, Mackerel, Coley, Gurnard and Salmon.
One of the properties featured is Gurnard Pines Holiday Village, a selatering park near Cowes set in 55 acres of gently sloping grass and woodlands.