Do You Know How To Clean A Fish?

By Catherine Kenyeres

Now that you have caught your dream fish do you know how to clean?

Good job. You must be so proud of yourself. You have just landed the biggest fish of all. How do you clean it? You certainly don't want those ugly fish scales all over your wife's clean kitchen. Now… what to do. What about cleaning the fish before you leave your fishing spot.

You will need a great knife to start with-a fish fillet knife. Spread out some old newspaper. Use a fish scaler or knife and work against the grain of the scale. Once all the scales are removed, you can toss the newspaper and rinse the fish.

Now it gets even messier. Do you know how to gut the fish? The less mess the better. Take your knife with the blade pointed toward the fish's head, poke the stomach and slit the fish moving the fillet knife towards the fish's head. Do not cut deep.

Secondly, take the fish fillet knife with the blade pointing toward the fish's tail and open the stomach. Remove all the fish guts.

Thirdly, remove the gills and lastly, wrap up the messy newspaper and toss. There you have it. A perfectly cleaned fish.

Catherine Kenyeres is a successful author and publisher for Catherine has written numerous articles for the fishing enthusiast.

The Colorful Koi Fish

By Bob Wright

Koi fish are carp that have been bred by the Japanese for a long time, and are specially bred in Japan for their color. They are known to be a docile fish. Koi fish are a great hobby. They are pretty playful fish and like to hide in different things in your pond whether it is between plants or "hanging around" the pump.

These are considered valuable and live a long time; they are not goldfish, but are a different species of carp, and are found in virtually every Chinese and Japanese garden where there is a pond. They are considered some of the most beautiful ornamental fish in the world. They are also rather relaxing to watch and enjoy whether you realize it at the time or not, and are part of the ancient Chinese culture, and is where the concept of Yin and Yang comes from. Koi fish are grown for ornamental reasons.

Japanese and Chinese gardens are often found to be usually quite lifeless; paths, ponds, stones, stones, bridges, pavilions, stones... There are also some plants of course, but not as many as in Western gardens. Koi fish are considered some of the most beautiful ornamental fish in the world. Believed to have originated in Persia, they are more closely associated with China.

Koi fish are now grown in Candaba not only for its aesthetic beauty but also for its great potential as dollar earner, and are omnivorous and are not particularly picky about what kind of koi food and sometimes they even enjoy the little bit of fresh lettuce or vegetables you might have lying around. Koi fish are omnivorous, they eat a variety of animal and plant foods. Most manufactured koi foods available in todays market are nutritionally balanced in order to keep your koi healthy and happy. They are specially bred in Japan for their color. A prize example can be valued in the $100,000 range. These fish are grown for ornamental reasons. The breeding of them first became popular among rice farmers of Japan. They are typically thought to swim up stream against the current, symbolizing strength and individualism. Koi fish are actually a variety of the common carp.

They are truly living jewels in your garden pond and really make your garden pond come alive. Koi fish are considered valuable and live a long time; they are not goldfish, There are several different varieties of koi.

Bob Wright has produced more interesting and informative articles on Water Ponds. They can easily be found here>


Ikan hiasan @ ornamental fish (Pengenalan)

Ikan hiasan atau lebih dikenali sebagai ornamental fish diperingkat antarabangsa merupakan ikan yang mendapat keistimewaan daripada penggemar atau peminat ikan hiasan diseluruh dunia. Ikan yang mempunyai berbagai-bagai spesis ini mempunyai nilai pasaran yang agak tinggi bagi sesetengah spesis. Bagi memelihara ornamental fish ini, anda hendaklah mempunyai serba sedikit ilmu mengenai penjagaannya seperti kualiti air, cara pemberian makanan, proses pembersihan kolam atau akuarium dan lain-lain lagi supaya tidak berlaku kematian atau kecederaan pada ikan dalam waktu yang singkat. Pengetahuan ini dapat mengelak keadaan yang boleh memudaratkan kesihatan ikan hiasan tersebut dan membantu pemilik daripada mendapat kerugian. Lebih-lebih lagi ikan hiasan yang mempunyai harga pasaran yang tinggi. Sudah tentu anda tidak mahu perkara ini berlaku kepada anda.


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