horse mackerel

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large elongated compressed food fish of the Atlantic waters of Europe

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a California food fish

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Bernard Esau recently in a supplement carried in an English daily, the rationale behind a decision to award South African fishing companies horse mackerel was because of arrogance, and the fact that they employ many expatriates.
They have ice making facilities with cold storage and chill rooms for mainly pelagic species--herring, mackerel, sprat, sardines and horse mackerel.
Major catches for the industry fleets are hake, horse mackerel, pilchard, orange roughy and monkfish.
Ostracods are eaten in large numbers by trumpet fish, horse mackerel, and deeper-living fish called myctophids.
Bernard Esau introduced a requirement for 2% of the total allowable catch for horse mackerel to be allocated to canning, a move aimed at spurring value addition of the most plentiful marine fish resource.
KEEP ROLLING A ball of horse mackerel ICE LEAP Penguin jumps off iceberg BIG MOUTH Whales rise to the surface GREAT SIGHT Diver stares down shark
The winner of the Shakespeare Boat Rod, valued at pounds 50 and donated by Frasers Angling, Coatsworth Road, Gateshead (0191 477 5950), is Geordie Yeats, of Palmersville, who correctly answered another name for a scad, is a horse mackerel.
Trawlers mostly fish for herring, mackerel, horse mackerel and sardinella, catches being processed immediately and frozen on board.
Problems are caused by pelagic or mid-water trawling for sea bass, mackerel, horse mackerel, hake and, in the summer, albacore tuna.
The other two seafood products subject to the test are ''wakame'' seaweed and horse mackerel.
Despite revenue surging 10%, Bidvest Namibia Ltd's profits plunged by the same percentage on account of price regulation on fish in the Democratic Republic of Congo, and an oversupply of fish in its traditional horse mackerel markets, most notably Nigeria.
Statistics show that during the 2012/2013 financial year the Trust distributed 4,600mt of horse mackerel, whilst during the 2013/2014 financial year, 6,700mt were distributed, an increase of 2,100mt.
The routing is performed by the Cologne-ME-lheim district (site) on the ME-lheim freedom, horse mackerel street, SchleiermacherstraE-e, Rendsburger place on the lime-ME-lheim Street towards integration into the substation lime.
It has weathered storms before--both on the high seas and in the marketplace--with a modern fleet of freezer trawlers plying waters stretching from the North Atlantic to the West African coast, fishing primarily for herring, mackerel and horse mackerel, sardines, blue whiting and silver smelt.