Sea Bass

The terms “bass,” “sea bass” and “seabass” are commonly applied to a range of different fish species besides black sea bass, including toothfish, croaker and rockfish. Black sea bass, a true sea bass, is commonly caught by commercial and recreational fishermen, along the entire U.S. Atlantic coast. The most common methods used to fish for black sea bass in the north Atlantic are trawling, pots and traps and hook-and-line. A superb sweet, white, textured fish, sea bass is at its best treated simply, preferably roast, grilled or barbecued to give the skin a ..

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