Origin of redfish
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When the oil is hot, add the redfish, presentation side down first.5 Iconic Recipes From an Iconic Chef
May 12, 2011
The best member of the drum family is the redfish, or channel bass.
Milly sighed for Redfish or Red Snapper but made shift with halibut or any other firm fine-grained fish perfectly fresh.Dishes & Beverages of the Old South
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The blue-back salmon or redfish, however, does not fall far short in these regards.A Guide to the Study of Fishes, Volume 1 (of 2)
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While the redfish is very susceptible to bait it often rises to the fly, if a large and gaudy one.
Most of the fish-scale jewelry and artificial flowers are made from the scales of redfish.
- a male salmon that has recently spawnedCompare blackfish (def. 2)
- any of several red European scorpaenid fishes of the genus Sebastes, esp S. marinus, valued as a food fish
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Word Origin and History for redfish
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