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pan fish

n.
A fish small enough to be fried whole in a pan.
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At any rate, the windward side of a flat generally attracts most of the pan fish in the area.
These small lakes have ample numbers of both pan fish and largemouth bass and are perfectly suited to fly fishing and light tackle.
Webster Lake offers a diverse fishery with largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, chain pickerel, stocked trout and an assortment of pan fish.
Bell Perch[TM] Yellow Perch: Yellow perch is one of the most popular of all North American pan fish.
Basically, it's full-line fishing - from pan fish to tuna, and everything in between," says store manager Dave Jones, who served previously as sporting goods manager at Joe's in Eugene.
The established business has a seating area with 32 covers and is fitted with an extensive range of equipment including a twin pan fish and chip range, double pizza oven, kebab grills, hot plate and griddle, although the premises could suit a variety of cuisines.
The incident happened at the Pan Fish Scotland-run Vuia Mor site on Lewis.
As well as sustainability issues, the farmed salmon industry, much of which is now owned by Norwegian multinational Pan Fish and its subsidiary Maline Harvest, has had to contend with the encroachment of the international aquaculture industry into its sector, ironically, especially from Norway (Pan Fish Norway competes with Pan Fish Scotland).
Figures for both years were stated on a pro-forma basis, and thus include the former Pan Fish and Fjord Seafood results.
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-18 May 2007-Norwegian seafood group Marine Harvest ASA sells Pan Fish Scotland to Norskott Havbruk(C)1994-2007 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.
Juntas, AquaChile y Cermaq tendrian el 13% de la produccion de salmones, ubicandose solo debajo de la noruega Pan Fish, con un 25%.
Brian Roney, recreation manager at the popular lake, said that the lake management is exploring an option to spend some of the money on planting catfish, bass or pan fish in place of trout.