Florida pompano

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Noun1.Florida pompano - found in coastal waters New England to Brazil except clear waters of West IndiesFlorida pompano - found in coastal waters New England to Brazil except clear waters of West Indies
pompano - any of several deep-bodied food fishes of western Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico
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The Florida pompano has long been a favorite of diners here and chefs with special recipes for this highly prized fish.
They are raising Florida Pompano fish and have 360,000 in cages now.
The dish features a soft-scrambled egg topped with creme fraiche and caviar; handmade tagliolini pasta with compressed local heirloom melon (compressing the fruit gives it a silky-smooth texture); and pan-seared Florida pompano with baby fingerling potatoes, pearl onions and caviar beurre blanc.
In Florida, there is interest in rearing saltwater Florida pompano in low-salinity water in order to diversify production to inland fish farms, bringing pompano fish stocks closer to consumers.
Abstract--Although the Florida pompano (Trachinotus carolinus) is a prime candidate for aquaculture, the problematic production of juveniles remains a major impediment to commercial culture of this species.
People who know seafood know that cobia and Florida pompano are among the world's best.
The Florida Surf Casters hosted their 10th Annual Spring Tournament on May 3rd where anglers could target Florida pompano and whiting.
Possiblythe most flavorful delicacy around, the Florida pompano runs the edges of bars and passes in most of the bays.
A good-size Florida pompano is a 3-pounder but on occasion a 3 1/2- or 4-pounder is taken.
One good example is the utilization of sea-shells as lures for catching Florida pompano.
Daily aggregate bag limit on Florida pompano and permit is 6 fish between 11 and 20 inches (fork length).

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