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  1. Hi, I like fish. In particular, I like salmon and tuna a lot. However, living in upstate New York means that fresh salmon and tuna is very expensive. The most economical option I have is farm-raised, prepackaged, frozen, individually wrapped fillets. For instance, I can get a package of salmon which contains a dozen or so individually wrapped frozen fillets. Now, along with my affinity for salmon and tuna, I also believe that best way to cook them is seared. Nice and (almost) blackened on the outside, but still raw on the inside. However, I'm worried that such frozen prepackaged fish is not safe to consume raw or seared. It just seems like all the extra processing that goes into getting to the supermarket in that form means it must be cooked all the way through. Can anybody tell me if my fears are unfounded? Please help. I didn't find the right solution from the Internet. References:- https://arstechnica.com/civis/viewtopic.php?t=208289 Company Profile video animation Thanks!
  2. Hi, Kayak fishing is fishing from a kayak. The kayak has long been a means of transportation and a stealth means of approaching easily spooked fish, such as cobia and flounder. Kayak fishing has gained popularity in recent times due to its broad appeal as an environmentally friendly and healthy method of transportation, as well as its relatively low cost of entry compared to motorized boats. Many of the techniques used in kayak fishing are essentially the same as those used on other fishing boats. The difference is in the set-up, how each piece of equipment is fitted to the kayak, and how each activity is carried out on such a small craft. Modern fishing kayak - high transverse stability of the hull allows for safe fishing without the risk of overturning Contemporary kayaks can be equipped with after-market fishing accessories such as anchor trolleys, rod holders, electronic fish-finders and live-bait containers. Kayak anglers target highly prized gamefish like snook, red drum, seatrout, tarpon, halibut and cod and also pelagics like amberjacks, tuna, sailfish, wahoo, king mackerel, and even marlin. For More Details:- Health Insurance Video Thanks!
  3. Hi, Fly fishing is an angling method in which an artificial "fly" is used to catch fish. The fly is cast using a fly rod, reel, and specialized weighted line. Casting a nearly weightless fly or "lure" requires casting techniques significantly different from other forms of casting. Fly fishermen use hand tied flies that resemble natural invertebrates, baitfish, other food organisms, or "lures" to provoke the fish to strike (bite at the fly). Fly fishing can be done in fresh or salt water. North Americans usually distinguish freshwater fishing between cold-water species (trout, salmon, steelhead) and warm-water species, notably bass. In Britain, where natural water temperatures vary less, the distinction is between game fishing for trout and salmon versus coarse fishing for other species. Techniques for fly fishing differ with habitat (lakes and ponds, small streams, large rivers, bays and estuaries, and open ocean.) For More Details:- Market Intelligence Video Thanks!