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Synonyms for mahimahi

the lean flesh of a saltwater fish found in warm waters (especially in Hawaii)

large slender food and game fish widely distributed in warm seas (especially around Hawaii)

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Albacore tuna, bigeye tuna, blue shark, shortbill spearfish, and striped marlin all showed declining CPUE trends; skipjack tuna, yellowfin tuna, ono, and lancetfish showed no significant trends; and mahimahi, sickle pomfret, escolar, and snake mackerel showed increasing trends (Table 1, Figs.
A correlation analysis of Hawaii and foreign fishery statistics for billfishes, mahimahi, wahoo, and pelagic sharks, 1862-78.
So, with a staff of about 100 scientists and technicians, research goes on not only in shrimp raising, but also in farming mahimahi (dolphin fish), mullet and other species.
Shrimp, onaga [red snapper], mahimahi, galangal, kaffir lime, Thai basil, and green papaya" all make this dish sing, explains Gannon.
The Cottage makes its fish tacos with mahimahi, grilled rather than deep-fried, and the sauce is cilantro-avocado.
indica Indo-Pacific sailfish Istiophorus platypterus Mahimahi Coryphaena hippurus Ono (wahoo) Acanthocybium solandri Blue shark Prionace glauca Mako shark (short-fin) Isurus oxyrinchus Mako shark (long-fin) I.
When eating out I'll usually go for anything but a burger, and my eyes fell on Gulf shrimp, mahimahi (a huge fish) and key lime pie.
False killer whales are voracious feeders, consuming large fish such as tuna and mahimahi (dolphin fish).
Deep inshore waters and currents favorable to large pelagic fishes make it a preferred site for trollers and deep pelagic handline fishermen, who catch tunas, mahimahi, Coryphaena hippurus; and billfishes in this region.
albacares; mahimahi, Coryphaena hippurus; and blue marlin, Makaira mazara; annual commercial landings (all species) now average about 2,300 t (5.
Stock the fridge with local bounty; fresh mahimahi at Koloa Fish Market, island produce from the Kukui'ula farmers' market.
Wong, the executive sous chef of the landmark Royal Hawaiian Hotel on Waikiki Beach, are seared Asian spiced ahi medallions, pan fried opakapaka, broiled ono (wahoo), sauteed mahimahi, grilled Pacific salmon, macadamia-nut crusted lamb chops and kiawe-broiled chicken breast.
Tournament records(1) (lb) Composition Species in 1991 Mean Maximum Yellowfin tuna 36 16 185 Blue marlin 23 132 542 (636)(3) Skipjack tuna 19(2) 9 36 Wahoo 8 19 54 Mahimahi 6 23 51 Sailfish 4 75 110 Shark 1(2) 87 125 (1) 1974-1992 (2) Minimum estimate due to incomplete reporting (3) A nontournament blue marlin weighing 636 pounds was caught in 1984, and a larger one was caught but not recorded (H.