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threadfin

[′thred‚fin]
(vertebrate zoology)
Common name for any of the fishes in the family Polynemidae.
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If you're after a range of species then March is the time to go with the tarpon still in abundance and the winter species such as threadfin and snapper moving into the estuary.
Gizzard and threadfin shad, as well as skipjack herring in river-run systems, are primary forage for blue catfish and other top predators in large impoundments.
Also withstands cooler water than related threadfin shad.
Abstract--The Pacific threadfin (Polydactylus sexfilis) is considered one of the premier Hawaiian food fishes but even with catch limits, seasonal closures, and size limits, catches have declined dramatically since the 1960s.
Based on that formula HPI is Rp 10,544/kg for big eye tuna fish; Rp 10,544/kg for Medidihang, Rp 3,010/kg for skipjack, Rp 2,465 for frigate mackerel, Rp 7,852 for round Spanish mackerel, Rp 3,365 for stripped mackerel, Rp 10,278 for Fourfinger threadfin as shown in the following table.
Stripers are stocked in the reservor annually and they do well feeding mostly on huge schools of threadfin adn gizzard shad.
Future additions: Giusti said that threadfin shad and silversides are not being introduced initially.
Stripers usually feed on threadfin shad in deep water away from shore, so a boat is an absolute necessity (boats with outboards can be rented at the lake).
The north flowing Tennessee River brings up threadfin shad, smaller and tastier than the tough northern gizzard shad common to other lakes at this latitude.