black sea bass

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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: sea bass - bluish black-striped sea bass of the Atlantic coast of the United Statesblack sea bass - bluish black-striped sea bass of the Atlantic coast of the United States
sea bass - any of various food and sport fishes of the Atlantic coast of the United States having an elongated body and long spiny dorsal fin
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Expect a mixed bag of mangrove, lane and mutton snappers, black sea bass, mackerel and more.
One final surprise from the sea came in the shape of flaky and flavoursome Steamed Wild Black Sea Bass with Wasabi and Edamame.
It found that 42 would be affected negatively, including Atlantic sea scallops, Atlantic cod, and Atlantic mackerel; 14 will benefit from climate change, including anchovies, black sea bass, and bluefish.
Black sea bass is a true bass which is a popular sport fish as well as an important commercial fish.
black sea bass fillets (4 fillets, each 6 oz., if possible) 1 lemon, cut into wedges 1.
We analyzed trawl survey data collected during 1989-2013 from the Maryland coastal bays (MCBs) by the Maryland Department of Natural Resources, and used catch-per-unit-of-effort (CPUE) to determine spatial and temporal patterns in abundance of black sea bass. The highest CPUE occurred at sites close to the MCBs inlets, suggesting the presence of suitable habitats for this species in these areas.
Sixteen types of deep-sea edibles items including lobsters and black sea bass are now being supplied to Xinjiang via the route of the CPEC.
A complex, inner-shelf (<30 m) community, dominated numerically by species such as black sea bass, Centropristis striata; grunts (Hae-mulidae), and porgies (Sparidae), is present from North Carolina to Cape Canaveral, Fla.
Beautifully embellished with the color photography of Thomas Robert Clarke, this culinary treasure trove showcases dishes that range from Grilled Jersey Peaches with Greek Yogurt and Granola (Lasolas Market); Oysters Gratinee (Fratello's Restaurant); Grilled Tuna Nicoise Salad with Dijon-Thyme Vinaigrette (Black-Eyed Susans); and Pan-Seared New Jersey Black Sea Bass with White Peach, Tomato, and Basil Salsa (Shore Fresh Seafood); to New Jersey Skate with Summer Vegetable Ratatouille (The Blue Pig Tavern); Lobster Thermidor (Knife and Fork Inn); Seared Viking Village Scallops with Grilled Corn, Zucchini, and Roasted Tomatoes (The Gables); and Creme Brulee (The Grenville Hotel and Restaurant).
Black sea bass, once most common off the coast of Virginia, have moved up to New Jersey.
Black sea bass have been showing up in decent numbers lately.