CAN ANYONE TELL ME WHAT TYPE OF FISH THIS IS PLEASE'
Some commercial fishermen cach tuna fish(among other types) with "palagra"
It would be funny if the fish markets in the Canarias sell Tuna as palagra.
Here is one of the many English sites in which line-caught is used. To many customers, this is a very important feature of the fish, so sellers will often advertise this fact. The idea is that the fish was not caught in a net, which could endanger other marine life such as dolphins and seals.
Caryl, palangre is a way of fishing. The offer this fish as "palangre fished" , the fish itself has a different name. (already stated by Lazarus)
HI Caryl, please do not use ALL CAPS for posting.
Check the rules next time you have a question.
Maybe it is not the name of the fish, but fish that has been captured using this line, which tends to be more selective than other methods.
You know what you need to do?
just go to yahoo international, choose the country of Spain and then just type palangre in the search box and presto---| dont go to the translator.
THANK YOU GUS. I AM AWARE OF THE MEANING IN THE DICTIONARY BUT I LIVE IN THE CANARY ISLANDS AND HAVE NOTICED SOME FISH FOR SALE IN THE SUPERMARKET AND IT IS CALLED PALANGRE,
is a line that have fishing hooks attached to it.boulter
is a line that have fishing hooks attached to it.