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rock salmon

Brit (formerly) any of several coarse fishes when used as food, esp the dogfish or wolffish: now known as catfish or rockfish
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But these tasty fish, sold by chippies as rock salmon, are slow growers and have been virtually wiped out in some areas by commercial fishing.
"The drama will feature south London at its least glamorous, where money was scarce, the staple diet was rock salmon and chips, and the flicks offer the only hint of glamour.
Mi fedrwch chi eu prynu nhw ac maen nhw'n cael yr enw 'rock salmon' fel arfer mewn siopau gwerthu pysgod.
He knows the trade like the inside of a rock salmon,and he'll only sell fish that are of sustainable species.
The company is also marketing filleted portions of rock salmon and cod in five-kilo lots supplied in assorted sizes.
The dogfish, or rock salmon as it is sometimes called, can reach lengths of up to a metre when fully grown.
The dogfish, or rock salmon as it is sometimes called, can reach lengths of up to a metre when fully grown and is an important species for commercial fishermen in this country.