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#1 Paulthekelly

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Posted 04 August 2012 - 08:43 PM

Hi,

New to Egi. I really would like someone experienced to show me a few things about egi. I live in Cockburn and have tried throwing a few lures but to no avail. I'd really appreciate someone who could show me the ropes.

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#2 Paulthekelly

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Posted 06 August 2012 - 07:00 PM

Gee, a lot of views but precious few replies.....

How about some takers if I threw in my secret recipe for Squid Adobo..........

Come on, just someone to show a newbie the ropes locally.

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#3 hathufromvietnam

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Posted 07 August 2012 - 12:01 PM

Cephalpoda in Vietnam
Belonging to Mollusca, Cephalopod, including squids, cuttlefishes, octopuses, is a very important exported seafood of Viet Nam, following shrimps and fish. Results of studies and researches showed that there were about 69 species under Cephalopod in the territorial waters of Viet Nam. Nautiloidea subclass in Viet Nam had only one species, i.e. nautilus pompilius and Coleoidea had 68 species belonging to 23 genus, 13 families, 3 orders.
The common and high-value species include pharaoh cuttlefish (Sepia pharaonis), kislip cutlefish (S.lycidas), broadclub cutlefish (S.latimanus), golden cuttlefish (S.esculenta), bigfin reef squid (Sepioteuthis lessoniana), mitre squid (Loligo chinensis), swordtip squid (L.edulis), marbled octopus (Octopus dollfusi), short arm octopus (Octopus ocellatus), common octopus (O.vulgaris).
All the cephalopod products of Viet Nam come from fishing. There have been some studies on the biological characteristics of these species for the aquaculture purposes, however the results are not yet available.
Fishing season: Cephalopods could be caught all year around. However, there are two main fishing seasons for these species:
In the North: dry season (from December – March)
In the South: rainy season (Jun – October)
Fishing gears: most popular fishing gears include purse seine, gill net, squid hand line and falling net.
Exports: the annual export volume of Cephalopods is estimated to be 50,000-60,000 tons, worth about $150 in value.
Processing products: most of processing products are frozen, e.g. Block, IQF, semi-IQF, frozen on tray, vacuum packing. Their forms of processing include fillet, steak, flowered, ready-to-eat, sushi, fried squid, dried seasoned grinding squid, etc.
Markets: the Cephalopods of Viet Nam are exported to Japan, other Asian countries /territories, U.S., EU, and other countries with the percentage of 30%, 23%, 3%,14% and 30% respectively.
Some high-value Cephalopod species of Viet Nam

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Vietnamese name


Common name


Scientific name


1.
Mực nang mắt cáo
Kislip Cutlefish
Sepia lycidas
2.
Mực nang Nhật bản
Japenese spinless
Sepiella Japonica
3.
Mực nang vân hổ
Pharaoh cutlefish
Sepiella pharaosis
4.
Mực nang vàng
Golden cutlefish
Sepiella esculenta
5.
Mực nang lửa (nang vân trằng )
Broadclub cutlefish
Sepiella latimanus
6.
Mực ống Trung Hoa
Mitre squid
Loligo chinensis
7.
Mực ống Nhật Bản
Japanese squid
Loligo japonica
8.
Mực ônga Bê ka
Beka squid
Loligo beka Sasaki
9.
Mực lá
Bigfin reef squid
Sepioteuthis lessoniana
10.
Mực ống Thái Bình Dương
Japanese flying squid
Todarodes pacificus
11.
Mực tuộc
Marble octopus
Octopus dollfusi
12.
Bạch tuộc Ôxen
Short arm octopus
Octopus Ocellatus
13.
Mực tuộc đốm trắng
Common octopus
Octopus vulgaris

Source: http://www.fistenet....ries/cephalpoda
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#4 Paulthekelly

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Posted 08 August 2012 - 05:56 PM

Thanks for that...... I'll keep it in mind for when I start my multi-tonne export business in Vietnam...

First I have to get someone to show me a thing or two about catching them locally in Perth!
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Posted 02 June 2014 - 07:14 AM

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