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- n. bluefin tuna
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. See bluefin.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A local name of the smolt or young salmon of the first year.
- n. A local English name of the little weever.
- n. A whitefish, Coregonus nigripinnis, of the deep waters of Lake Michigan, conspicuous by its blackish fins, but otherwise resembling a cisco.
He'll filet a blackfin tuna, throw the chunks of meat in the bag with lime juice and throw it into the ice chest.
We netted up a bunch of live pilchards, literally over 1000 and anchored up over a reef out about 10 miles and proceeded to create a feeding frenzy of kingfish, bonito, blackfin tuna, mahi, red snapper, sailfish and wahoo.
These tips usually start with something such as, "I was in Saskatchewan with an Indian guide this one time ..." or, "My first world-record was a 19-pound blackfin tuna I hooked off of Key West in 1964. ..."
Mexican waters yield the albacore, yellowfin, blackfin, bigeye, Pacific bluefin and northern bluefin species of the Thunnus genus.
The real future of the company, McInerney, a trained chef with an impressive résumé, implied, is in prepared foods: the sesame-marinated skirt steak, the Tobago wild blackfin tuna kabobs, the thin-crust frozen pizzas that, he said, even the staff was buying.
He also uses a lot of blackfin tuna from Tobago, in the Caribbean, that is hand-line caught.
Kitchen owner Johnny Tan said the blackfin Queensland grouper could feed about 700 people.
The catch included 249 blackfin tuna, 14 kings, four amberjacks, a 35-pound Warsaw, 51 vermilion snapper and a variety of other fish, including Bermuda chub, porgys, sharpnose shark, triggerfish, lane snapper and skipjack.
Their guests returned with 492 blackfin tuna, 465 vermilion snapper, 15 triggerfish, 11 silk snapper and a variety of other fish, including scamp grouper, rockhinds, yellow mouths, pompano, barracuda and a squirrelfish.
Richard Eberle, of Texas City, was the star angler of the trip, landing 31 blackfin tuna and a