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  • The minister said: 'The mackerel fishery is of major importance to the Irish pelagic fishing fleet and I am delighted with the outcome of the negotiations and the likelihood of a quota increase of 16,500 tonnes of Mackerel for Irish Fishermen for 2009.

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  • According to Minister Killeen, "The mackerel fishery is of major importance to the Irish pelagic fishing fleet and I am delighted with the outcome of the negotiations and the likelihood of a quota increase of 16,500 tonnes of Mackerel for Irish Fishermen for 2009.

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  • As mentioned, the mercury contamination in Spanish Mackerel is nothing to sneeze at; these fish are recommended for eating only twice a month because of it.

    Roasted Mackerel with Potatoes and Yellow Squash

  • Mackerel, which is everybody's favorite, lake trout, herring -- how do you say that, herring?

    CNN Transcript Aug 5, 2008

  • During her absence at work she left the child in the care of the kind-hearted landlady of the boarding-house and her young son, Michael, still gratefully remembered as "Mackerel" by

    The Life of Mrs. Robert Louis Stevenson

  • "Mackerel," answered Leopold, as he seated himself in the stern-sheets of the boat, with affected carelessness.

    The Coming Wave The Hidden Treasure of High Rock

  • Mackerel or other oily fish + Fireweed honey Whisk together honey, soy sauce and lemon juice and use as a glaze for any strong-flavored fish.

    What's That Doing on

  • Mackerel is not just cleaned and filleted but filleted in such a way that the belly comes out in a perfect, V-shaped shield.

    The Sorcerer’s Apprentices

  • The great salt marsh was frozen, and there was ice in the inlet north of Mackerel Cove.

    "If looks could kill, they probably will..."

  • The Hopkins is indeed a great choice so that leaves me with the 3 oz Mackerel colored Crippled Herring as it catches Stripers, Albies, Tunas, Blues and more.

    Raw Eyeballs and Life-Saving Lures

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