I know what you’re thinking.
“What are trigger fish?” you might say.
“Oh, I guess they’re a fancy name for fish found in the wild.”
“That’s awesome!” you might reply.
I know, right?
And if trigger fish are your only fish options, you can be forgiven for thinking it’s a bit of a stretch.
But there’s something to that argument.
Trigger fish are the apex predators of their ecosystem.
They’re the predators of the most abundant fish on the planet.
They are the ones with the fastest-growing populations.
They can also be the most dangerous.
In fact, trigger fish have been responsible for at least 17,000 deaths since 1900, according to the US Fish and Wildlife Service.
So, what exactly are triggerfish?
Here are 10 fish that are probably best to avoid when trying to determine what fish are most suitable for you: 1.
Black Widow (Carcharodon carcharias) They’re a bit more challenging than their yellow counterparts.
But, like fish, they’re capable of producing toxins.
They emit a poisonous gas when they detect prey.
They also release toxins to deter predators.
In other words, they make you want to leave the area immediately.
Bluegill (Gammut ocellatus) Bluegills are one of the easiest fish to spot.
They’ve got long, slender bodies, so you’ll need to get a good look at their skin to see what they’re up to. 3.
Giant Cod (Boswellia chinensis) This fish is a bit harder to spot, but it can be difficult to tell them apart.
Their dorsal fins are pointed, and they’re very hard to spot with the naked eye.
They may look like tiny black dots, but the ones on the sides of their fins are called “toxic dots.”
Brown-Crowned Bass (Ctenocephalus maculatus) They’ve been known to grow large and strong.
They might even grow a bit like a large, angry, shark.
chrysomelis) These fish can grow up to four times their body size.
They often have a sharp, sharp mouth.
They bite and use their jaws to get their food.
Rainbow Trout (Cotryphallus sp.)
These fish are known to be aggressive, and will sometimes attack humans.
King Cormorant (Panthera novaeangliae) These big fish can easily outrun other species of fish.
They swim through the water with their tail between their legs.
Red Snapper (Cichorhinus californicus) These are a bit larger than the other fish mentioned, and are known for their strong jaws.
Redtail (Cynomys novaeia) These red-shark-like fish are found in tropical waters and can grow to be a metre long.
Salmon (Salmo salar) If you’re looking for something a bit smaller than a salmon, try the red-tipped king salmon.
They don’t grow that big, but they’re still one of your best choices for eating.
10 things you should avoid when deciding what fish to eat When you’re trying to decide what fish you want for dinner, there are some things you may want to keep in mind.
First, don’t get too hung up on what you think is best for your species.
Fish can be tough to predict, and some species may be easier to kill than others.
Second, you may not be able to tell the difference between a redtail and a king salmon until you try to eat them.
Third, the redtail is the king fish.
And the king salmon is the best one.
If you want a fish that you can eat without feeling like you’re eating a shark, the king is the one to look for.
6:10am Pacific Time, Saturday September 25, 2019