Your Favorite Fish.

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  1. quevola

    quevola Senior member

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    Yea the Mola Mola is incredible. As far as lunch is concerned, halibut does it for me.
     
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    The lowly phytoplankton. When I was little I used to have an acute fascination with dolphins, killer whales, jellyfish and flying fish: [​IMG] [​IMG]
     
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    When I was little I used to have an acute fascination with dolphins, killer whales, jellyfish and flying fish: [​IMG]
    Hey, I took a picture there too! [​IMG] And the Great White, which would be my favorite fish. [​IMG]
     
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    LabelKing Senior member

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    LK, thanks for the link; I knew of the Mola but that photography is stunning. I love creatures that defy my understanding like that.

    Anyway, my favorite fish (both as a fish and as lunch) is the noble Sturgeon. Unfortunately, I can't find a decent shot of one swimming.

    Regards,
    Huntsman
     
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    I like eating Barramundi, also Parrot fish.
     
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    I like eating Barramundi, also Parrot fish.
    Never had, or heard of for that matter, Barramundi. How's it taste?
     
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    Native to Northern Australia. Flavour is pretty mild. The flesh is white, with large flakes & firmish texture. Very very popular in Australian restaurants, probably due its versatility: they can be fried, grilled, char-grilled, barbecued, steamed, wrapped in banana leaves or paper bark and cooked on hot coals, or just dropped straight on a fire.
     
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    Native to Northern Australia. Flavour is pretty mild. The flesh is white, with large flakes & firmish texture. Very very popular in Australian restaurants, probably due its versatility: they can be fried, grilled, char-grilled, barbecued, steamed, wrapped in banana leaves or paper bark and cooked on hot coals, or just dropped straight on a fire.
    Interesting. Sounds like Snapper.
     
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    I like paddlefish. Spent a year in Montanta and ND studying their migration patterns during college. World's only filter feeder that is also a ram gill ventilator (has to keep moving to breathe).

    Also yummy, tastes like freshwater shark, but a little oily.
     
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    As far as lunch is concerned, halibut does it for me.

    Same here, I always come back to the halibut.
     
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    For sushi, Yellowtail and Salmon. For cooked fish, I like salted broiled mackeral and that really stinky expensive Korean fish, I forget the name.
     
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    For sushi, Yellowtail and Salmon. For cooked fish, I like salted broiled mackeral and that really stinky expensive Korean fish, I forget the name.
    The durianfish?
     

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