Sea fishing enthusiasts love May and June. In just a few weeks, you can make friends with one of the strangest fish that comes to the Baltic Sea – the shark. It is also called the sea stork or kashubian marlin. With a pointed beak and green bones, this species is unmistakable. What does the Crimea look like? How is it prepared? How much will we pay for May and June baits? We check.
Jarfish is said to be rare in the Baltic Sea, it only reaches seawater once a year and thereafter anglers From all over Poland he tried to catch and keep them on account. It is best to search for fish in coastal points, but rather shallow ones. For several years, Bock Bay has hosted the Belonada, a competition to catch an amazing species. This year’s edition took place from May 20-21. It is also good to choose estuaries for fishing.
Monkeys spawn in a few days of May and June. This species comes from the Atlantic Ocean and chooses the Baltic Sea because of its warm waters. In the fishing community, fish are all too familiar, often new to the consumer. Tourists visiting seaside fried restaurants at this time expect that only popular types will be on the menu. However, it is worth trying something new, especially since this fish is not found everywhere. Meanwhile, shark has nothing to fear – shocking as it may sound, its meat is delicious and appreciated in the culinary world. In fried, grilled or smoked version, it can delight both adults and children.
Garfish has compact and firm flesh. It tastes like eel, but due to the lower fat content it is more delicateAnd We read on the website of the Kołobrzeska Group campaign of fish producers.
Compared to the well-known Polish fish, sharks look very interesting. It has an oblong shape, a mouth with a pointed beak, and green bones that allow it to gorge easily. Where does this fish bone color come from? This is because biliverdin, a pigment produced in the liver, retains this color even after frying the bones.
In addition, it is closely related to flying fish. In the event of an attack or flight, it can jump over the surface of the water. They reach a length of 60 to 100 cm, and a weight of up to 1 kg. Its back is dark blue or dark green, the sides are silvery, shiny, and the belly is white with a yellow sheen.And KGPR informs.
In May and June, some pubs, fry shops, local kiosks, and brick smoking houses serve customers. Despite its small size, the bait matches many fish that are considered rare. There are also a lot of ads on social media. You have to pay 10 PLN for a smoked spitz in Jastrzębia Góra, and in a restaurant in Gdansk potatoes and vegetables cost more than 50 PLN. The fish halls by the sea offer purchases of 17-25 PLN/kg, depending on whether we choose whole or gutted fish.