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Synonyms for bluefish

bluish warm-water marine food and game fish that follow schools of small fishes into shallow waters

fatty bluish flesh of bluefish

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Just outside the swim buoys along the beach, snook, tarpon, big barracuda, sharks, large jack crevalles, pompano, ladyfish, Spanish mackerel, bluefish, king mackerel and bonitos will be attacking any baitfish schools that swim by.
Striped Bass, Weakfish, and age-1+ Bluefish (n> 12 for all classes) implanted with replica transmitters survived >120 d in the laboratory (B.
According to Steve Sims, the president and founder of BLUEFISH, "BLUEcal(TM) by BLUEFISH is something that we have had in the works for quite some time.
The cost of Bluefish Phonefile Pro was not disclosed.
Oily fish comes from cold northern waters, such as sardines, herring, mackerel, bluefish, salmon and tuna.
Marine experts and fisherman from the Emerald Isle caught five delicate species called bluefish off the coast of Kerry in recent weeks.
has entered into an agreement to sell its Bluefish hydroelectric power plant ("Bluefish") to the Northwest Territories Power Corporation (the "Power Corporation").
The system includes three main components--Bluefish Access Points, Bluefish Server and the Bluefish Software.
This can be corrected by regularly eating foods or supplements which contain high amounts of the latter, such as cold-water fish species (albacore tuna, bluefish, halibut, herring, mackerel, salmon, trout) or flax oil.
Raising prawns, crayfish, clams, lobsters, trout, bluefish, etc.
Eat more fatty fish, like mackerel, herring, and bluefish, whose omega-3 fatty acids help keep triglycerides on an even keel.
In the year ending March 1998, South Australia's aquaculture exports totalled almost A$120 million dollars, with Southern Bluefish Tuna being the most significant aquaculture export to Japan.
Bluefish from Menemsha, fresh vegetables from the farm across the road, and chicken, charcoal-grilled on the sundeck, are menu favorites.
Dark-meat fish, such as salmon and bluefish, have the highest concentrations of the protective n-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids, scientists report in the July 28 NEW ENGLAND JOURNAL OF MEDICINE.