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redfish

1. a male salmon that has recently spawned
2. any of several red European scorpaenid fishes of the genus Sebastes, esp S. marinus, valued as a food fish
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And in Cajun country, the good old boys treat redfish (or red drum) like filet mignon.
Fiddler crabs are a redfish delicacy, becoming an easy target when a high tide floods their marsh or shoreline habitat.
Redfish (Centroberyx affinis or sometimes known as nannygai) are found in south eastern Australia and are a popular eating species.
DMTF's Redfish is a groundbreaking standard because it is based on the tools and scripting environments most users already have, said Jeff Hilland, president, DMTF.
Stalking tailing redfish is the closest water-based adventure that compares to hunting.
Founded in Silicon Valley in 1996, Redfish Technology recruits top high tech and clean tech professional and executive talent.
coli and 141 other drug-resistant species of bacteria swabbed from the genital cavity of about a dozen different species of shark and redfish were resistant to not only naturally-occurring antibiotics like penicillin, but also to synthetic drugs like ciprofloxacin and doxycycline.
Redfish owner, Dale Katechis, has presented a check for $2,200 to Andrew Hart, a Boulder firefighter who heads up the St.
from the Northwest Atlantic because studies of redfish parasites prior to that of Bourgeois and Ni (1984) must be treated with caution because of the possible confusion in identification of redfish species (Moran et al.
Just to be on the safe side, the EU will keep testing 20% of all shipments of Alaska pollock, cod and redfish until Sept.
The Fishaholics site also includes a recipe link, highlighted by dishes named catfish courtbouillon, Rod's redfish and mustard bluegill.
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