"The arrowtooth flounder has been an important flatfish in Oregon's trawl fishery since the late 1930's. However, it primarily has been used as mink food rather than for human consumption. This i s because of its soft, fatty flesh, which is difficult to fillet and quickly becomes "mushy"." (Introduction) Life history and status of the fishery are given. Digitized by an ODFW employee.
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