>Do you know where that specific flesh coloration originates? Is it diet, or
>something else. Isn't the blood hemoglobin based, ie: red gills?
>> Most greenlings flesh is of a green color. They are quite tastey.
>> The lingcod (Ophiodon elongatus) can reach 5 ft and 100 lbs. While I
>> lived in AK, a buddy caught a lingcod that went ~40 lbs. It is a
>> gnarly fish with razor sharp teeth. I caught a few smaller
>> greenlings (don't know what species), and most had a green flsh, but
>> a couple had a bluish tint. If you want to know more about this
>> fish, give me a shout.
>> >The Alaskan Green Ling Cod........I'm serious!
>> >Ate some myself while in the Army up there.
>> >It's an ugly fish, maybe like the Wolf-eel.........don't know the
> > >BG
> > >>
>> >> << Did ya'll know that there is a fish of North America that sometimes
>> >> emerald green flesh when raw?
>> >> >>
>> >> No, BG. What fish is that?
>> >> Lee Harper
> > > > Media, PA
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