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threadfin

[′thred‚fin]
(vertebrate zoology)
Common name for any of the fishes in the family Polynemidae.
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In addition to Taiwan steak, TK also adds threadfin, cherry duck, and American steak in the restaurant's 'dry aging lab' for varying periods of time - one day, 14 days, 21 days, 90 days, and 180 days - to test their changing flavor and fragrance.
To minimize cut-offs by toothy fish such as kingfish, try a light wire trace for smaller baits such as threadfin herring, pilchards and Spanish sardines.
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.
A giant African threadfin, Polydactylus quadrifilis (Cuvier, 1829) is a member of the Family Polynemidae.
Fishing lines were tossed out, and the greenback baitfish drifted easily among the schools of threadfin baitfish.
The lower jaw does not extend beyond the tip of the snout (as it does on very similar threadfin shad).
The threadfin anglerfish Lophiodes spilurus (Garman 1899) is a small deepwater benthic anglerfish commonly found on soft sand and mud bottoms in continental waters of the tropical Eastern Pacific (Bussing and Lopez 1993, Allen and Robertson 1994, Nelson 1994).
"To make the KickTail even more life-like, we gave it a natural shad color and shaped it like the most prevalent bait fish of all, the threadfin. Game fish gobble up more threadfin shad than any other baitfish.
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.
Over the past decade, scientists there have completed the life cycle for other captive species, including Pacific white shrimp, moi (Pacific threadfin), mahi mahi, awa (Milkfish) and kahala (Greater amberjack), which is popular among Japanese.