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Meaty fish, such as bluefish, mackerel and swordfish, work particularly well.
The pair was fishing from shore at Jump Off Point and using cut mackerel on 2-pound line.
The techniques below all work particularly well for oily, fatty fish such as bluefish, mackerel, swordfish, skipjack, or albacore tunas, many of which are both affordable and sustainable.
Britain’s position on everything from mackerel stocks to nuclear waste is being worked out by a civil service whose headcount has fallen by nearly a quarter in the past decade and which has not negotiated a trade deal of its own in a generation.
Meaning, a detox diet probably isn’t going to help you as much as, say, reducing your intake of foods that are high in mercury (like swordfish and mackerel) and having your water tested for lead.
While its name hints at the past—a reference to the victualers who once supplied the local ships—its British cuisine remains firmly in the present: a smoked trout terrine with beetroot, Thai-style mackerel and twice-baked cheese souffle.
But those pouches of mackerel expire in three years.
Stanczyk has caught goliaths on everything from sharks and cobias to Spanish mackerel and large crevalle jacks.
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First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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