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trash fish

n.
A fish considered to have little value as a food fish and therefore typically discarded whenever caught.
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MMEA also seized 5,000 kilogrammes of mixed fish, 1,500 kilogrammes of trash fish, about 3,500 litres of diesel and fishing equipment worth at RM1.5 million,' he said in a statement today.
Hence, most of the time they have to stay in the water for a whole of the week and return with very little or nothing at all, he said and urged to replace the primitive methods with modern techniques by equipping the fishermen with the modern navigation system to discriminate between the edible and trash fish apart from identifying species and size of the different fish.
Morai and others were charged with unlawfully appointing 400 employees in the Fishermen's Cooperative Society during the period between 2014 and July 2017, awarding illegal contracts of construction and embezzlement in trash fish sale without auction, causing a loss of Rs343.796 million to the national exchequer.
Earlier SIS was considered as weed fish or trash fish and was removed as vermin, with negative implications for the conservation of species of interest.
I did soak them in milk Just gotta remember that reds were considered trash fish at one time." Texas Fishing Forum
The spokesperson further said that the accused persons namely Nisar Ahmed Jan Memon alias Nisar Morai, Abdul Saeed, Sultan Qamar Siddiqui and others were charged on the allegations of corruption and corrupt practices including illegal appointment of 400 employees in Fisherman Cooperative Society of BPS-18 and below from January 2014 to July 2017, illegal award of fake contracts of construction in Fisherman Cooperative Society and subsequent withdrawal of amounts by cash for personal gains, and embezzlement in trash fish sale without auction, thereby causing loss to national exchequer worth Rs343.796 Million.
The accused person namely Nisar Ahmed Jan Memon aka Nisar Morai, Abdul Saeed, Sultan Qamar Siddiqui and others were charged on the allegations of corruption and corrupt practices including (i) illegal appointments of 400 employees in Fisherman Cooperative Society of BPS-18 and below from January 2014 to July 2017, (ii) Illegal award of fake contracts of construction in Fisherman Cooperative Society and subsequent withdrawal of amounts by cash for personal gains, and (iii) embezzlement in trash fish sale without auction, thereby causing loss to national exchequer worth Rs.
Accused Nisar Ahmed Jan Memon alias Nisar Morai, Abdul Saeed, Sultan Qamar Siddiqui and others were charged on the allegations of corruption and corrupt practices including illegal appointments of 400 employees in Fisherman Cooperative Society, illegal award of contracts of construction in Fisherman Cooperative Society and subsequent withdrawal of amount by cash for personal gains, embezzlement in trash fish sale without auction, thereby causing loss to the national exchequer worth Rs 343.796 million.
The accused persons namely Nisar Ahmed Jan Memon aka Nisar Morai, Abdul Saeed, Sultan Qamar Siddiqui and others were charged on the allegations of corruption and corrupt practices including (i) illegal appointment of 400 employees in Fisherman Cooperative Society of BPS-18 and below from January 2014 to July 2017, (ii) Illegal award of fake contracts of construction in Fisherman Cooperative Society and subsequent withdrawal of amounts by cash for personal gains, and (iii) embezzlement in trash fish sale without auction, thereby causing loss to national exchequer worth Rs343.796 million.The 13 accused were nominated in reference, out of which eight of the accused have been arrested today, while 3 were already arrested and 2 are absconders in this case.
To save on feeds, he took the trouble of going to the Navotas fishport after midnight to buy trash fish for feeding his catfish.
He said lobster culture would not hurt the marine environment because the crustaceans were not given commercial feeds but natural food like trash fish, mussels and oysters that do not damage corals.
Lake sturgeon were labeled trash fish and a nuisance by fishermen whose nets got torn by captured sturgeon.