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Can You Eat a Tilapia?

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Tilapia is a hardy white fish, being incredibly disease resistant and adaptable to a large variety of different weather conditions. The name Tilapia actually covers nearly a hundred different subspecies of white freshwater fish with similar characteristics. Because of its...

Can You Eat an Octopus?

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The octopus is one of the most fascinating creatures to exist on the planet and below its waves. These eight armed, triple heart invertebrates are known for their extreme dexterity and flexibility, intelligence allowing them to recognize human faces...
To smoke fish in your oven, there are a couple of techniques that a home cook can utilize to impart that wonderful smokey flavor on their meal. To turn your oven into a temporary meat smoker, liquid smoke or...
Trout are famous worldwide for their impeccable taste and easy to catch nature. While catching trout is one of the more accessible streams of fishing, there can be times when the trout gets tight-lipped. In this case and all...

How to Rig a Slip Float

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Casting a rig with a set float over 4 feet away from the bait seems like an awkward situation that calls for a lot of help. If that distance is well over the range of 7 feet, then the...
Serious anglers dream of fishing at the Galveston Pier, and if you’re one of them, we’ve got the complete guide for you on everything you need to know about Galveston pier fishing. From the hot spots for making big...
The age old question posed by all great fishermen goes like this, “I want to catch the biggest salmon west of the Mississippi, but where do I start?!”  Well whether you’re brand new to the world of sport fishing,...
Fishing fanatics are known to have enjoyed the fly fishing technique for years. Many anglers use this method as a basis to develop new fishing skills while also expanding their area of expertise.  Fly fishing is an angling method that...
Crappie are known for being always on the move, with their springtime migrations sometimes being described as frantic. As crappie anglers follow these particular fish through their spawning cycle, they may become frustrated with erratic spring temperatures and the...
Fishing spiders are a specific species of spiders that live near bodies of water. The spiders can stretch out as long as 70 millimeters, making them very large and intimidating looking. Many people fear fishing spiders for this reason....