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The gulf flounder is far more numerous and November is a great time to fish for them.
Tony Anderson won their retired members match with a mixed bag of mackerel, dab and flounder for 3lb 10oz, Ken Robinson taking the best, a flounder of 1lb 1oz.
The winter flounder (Pseudopleuronectes americanus) is a pleuronectid flatfish that inhabits northwest and mid-Atlantic waters from Nova Scotia southward to Maryland (Pereira et al.
Steve Fellows took the PS50 longest fish prize from zone 1 with a 39cm flounder and the PS50 for the longest total length in the zone went to Chris Stephens, from Porthcawl, with 184cm.
Closer examination of the specimen in the laboratory revealed that the fish was not an Arrowtooth Flounder, Atheresthes stomias (Jordan and Gilbert, 1880), but its sister species the Kamchatka Flounder, Atheresthes evermanni Jordan and Starks, 1904 (Fig.
oston Harbor's winter flounder are decreasing in number and size.
Charming illustrations show the progression of the wishes granted by a small green-eyed princess transformed into a flounder to a poor humble fisherman with a greedy wife.
Since olive flounder (Paralichthys olivaceus) has been regarded as one of the most important marine fish for aquaculture in Eastern Asia for decades, many feeding trials have been undertaken to determine dietary nutrient requirements (Lee et al.
Washington, March 4 (ANI): New observations suggest that the Atlantic longarm octopus is the master of disguise in the seas, as it has evolved a unique skin system that can instantaneously change its appearance and make it look like a flounder.
5kgs, almost 200gms ahead of runner-up Alan Combe, who had the consolation of the heaviest fish, a flounder of 910gms.
A significant amount of nodularin was found in flounder liver in the Gulf of Finland, while its flesh was not found toxic (Sipia, 2001; Karlsson et al.