Can You Eat Tarpon?


Tarpon is a large breed of fish that may be found in the Atlantic and Indo-Pacific oceans. One cannot eat tarpon because it is a very bony fish whose meat is not particularly appetizing.
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clown fish or little fish fond the the open waters.
Some days tarpon will only eat small pinfish and other days tarpon eat only crabs.
Prized by fishermen for its spirited antics at the end of a fishing line, the adult tarpon can measure 8 feet or longer and weigh 200 to 300 pounds. In the United States, the tarpon
Never heard of a freshwater tarpon. EDIT: I really don't think it's possible for Megalops atlanticus to survive in a freshwater impoundment. brackish estuary, sure, but not a damn
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You can eat Tarpon. It is commonly used as an ingredient in seafood recipes. In the Bahamas, residents eat the tarpon and grind the flesh along with the bones.
Tarpon can be eaten by using it as an ingredient in many recipes. Many people in countries like Bahamas eat tarpon and grind the flesh up along the bones.
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