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There's a wide array of fishing baits to help catch different kinds of fish, such as spinner baits for bass fishing, tandem spinners for pike and muskie and worms for catfish. Catch a variety of fish with help from a fishing guide in this free video on fishing for beginners.

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Bio: Mark Senosk is a professionally trained fishing guide, studying under the Hubbards Guide Academy.
Filmmaker: David PakmanThe next type of fish roe to look at is called Sujiko. Sujiko is also salmon roe. The major difference between Ikura and Sujiko is that Ikura is used and served outside of the fish egg sac and Sujiko is salmon roe that is inside of the sac when it's prepared and served to people. Sujiko eggs are different in color to Ikura as well. Sujiko is red to a really dark red while the Ikura is the lighter reddish/orange colored eggs. Some people prefer Sujiko over Ikura because Sujiko has a sweeter taste. I personally LOVE them both and use them in all kinds of cooking.I had a great dinner here having the Rainbow roll with 5 different kinds of fish and the Fried Calamari with Cucumber Aioli. Very good. And the service (Whitney) was great too. Will definitely go back.You might want to try a few different kinds of bait the next time you go to a fly-fishing lodge in Montana. The only way to find your best bait is to spend some time on the water with all three.The last fish roe to look at is called Karasumi. Karasumi is also called Bottarga! It is the salted roe of the mullet fish. Karasumi is very salty and comes as a large mass of eggs when purchased in the egg sacs! In Japan the Karasumi is sliced thin and eaten with radish and in places like Italy and Greece the Karasumi is grated over pasta and is called Bottarga pasta! It's delicious! The Bottarga pasta is much like Japanese Tarako spaghetti in my opinion. It is just another variety of fish pasta! I have only found Karasumi once in the states and it is hard to get in the states as it is considered a delicacy in Japan. So there you have it! A quick overview of some of the different kinds of fish roe or eggs. Fish eggs have many uses in culinary endeavors both European and Japanese dishes. One of my favorite Japanese dishes is called Tarako spaghetti and it is made with fish roe. If you would like to learn how to make Tarako spaghetti then please visit my Tarako spaghetti blog post today!Barbels that differ greatly in appearance and consume different kinds of food are genetically most distinct. This supports the scenario that the speciation has occurred in Lake Tana due to the various species of fish each specializing into their own ecological niche.