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barramundi

any of several large edible Australian fishes esp the percoid species Lates calcarifer (family Centropomidae) of NE coastal waters or the freshwater species Scleropages leichardti (family Osteoglossidae) of Queensland
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Hindsight is a great thing and I have to be honest it's taste was not for me, but this is in no way a com plaint or should detract from what the dish offered Had I not tried it, I would be none the wiser that Barramundi is not my kind of fish and, for what it's worth, it has to be a valued addition to the menu.
Barramundi naturally range from northern Australia to Southeast Asia and the India coast.
Riley was fishing in Lake Tinaroo on the Atherton Tableland when he managed to snare the barramundi that is believed to be a world-record.
Fishery researchers in Australia's Northern Territory simulated angling catches using captive barramundi, chasing fish in enclosures before either lip-gripping and holding them vertically for 20 seconds; placing lip-grippers in the lower jaw and supporting the fish with the other hand in a horizontal hold; or securing it with a flat-bottom net.* Fish were then returned to tanks to resume feeding.
February 25 2010 -- Marine Produce Australia is to restructure debt in order to double the size of its Barramundi production facility in Cone Bay, Western Australia.
The camp has ten simple safari tents, and guests can choose to take part in a range of cultural experiences, including spear-throwing, didgeridoo-playing and munching on traditionally cooked kangaroo and barramundi alongside Jenny and her family.
The production of Barramundi (Lates calcarifer), also known as Asian seabass, in Australia occurs in water temperatures ranging from 18[degrees]C to 36[degrees]C (1).
Located at the base of the Cockburn Range, you can explore its landscape by walking through gorges, barramundi fishing and horse-riding over plains.
The company produces 37 tonnes of barramundi a year, mainly for the lucrative Sydney restaurant trade.
Among the products to be featured during the month are an assortment of jams, cheese spreads, and juices from Maggie Beer; Blue Hills leatherwood honey; Tasmanian Rain bottled rainwater; Four'N Twenty meat pies; Dandaragan Estate extra virgin olive oil; and Brookfarm all-natural macadamia nut muesli, in addition to artisanal cheeses, Barramundi fish, and Australian wines.