Author: Fishing Guy

Grouper skin

Can You Eat Grouper Skin?

The skin of the grouper is edible. Grouper skin has a crunchy bite when cooked properly. Besides, grouper skin is safe to eat. Omega-3 fatty acids, which support both physical and mental health, are present in grouper and may be found in both the skin and the meat. Do You […]

Red Coral grouper

What is a Coral Grouper?

Coral grouper is a grouper fish species, a member of the Serranidae family. They are also called leopard grouper, leopard coral grouper, and coral trout. They are commonly found in the Indo-Pacific region, including the Red Sea, Indian Ocean, and western and central Pacific Oceans. Besides, they can be found […]

Gilded Catfish, also called Jau

What is a Gilded Catfish?

The Dorado, also known as the Gilded Catfish, is a South American/Bolivian Amazon native species that originated in Wild Colombia and is known as the freshwater champion. A cute fact about this almost extinct species is that they can migrate over distances of nearly 800 kilometers throughout their lives, making […]


What is the Difference Between Grouper and Barramundi?

Groupers and barramundi differ in habitat, distribution, appearance, weight, and other factors. There are also many notable similarities between groupers and barramundi. For example, both are sequential hermaphrodites, which means many are protogynous and change their sex at some point in life. Both reproduce in similar ways and have similar […]


Do Catfish Eat Crappie?

Most catfish will eat crappies and basically any other smaller fish they can get their mouths on. Especially adult catfish, who don’t tend to be too picky. However, there are several species of catfish out there. While their feeding habits are more or less similar, there are differences to be […]

Strawberry Grouper

What Is a Strawberry Grouper?

The Strawberry Grouper (Cephalopholis spiloparaea), a fish from the Serranidae family that is only found in the Pacific and adjacent seas, is a very dangerous carnivore. They have thick, pointed teeth in their jaws, so if you ever see one of these reddish-orange fish, be careful only to observe it […]