Common Fish in Aruba

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#7460 by horselover
What kind of fish do they catch off of the coast of Aruba? Is that fish exported or do they eat it right there on the island? What kind of fish is the most common that is eaten?

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#7986 by bethoven
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well if i am not msitaken here are some of the common fishes that could be found around the island wahoo, mahi-mahi, grouper, snapper, conch and tuna. Well some of are sports fish while for others it is best when serve during a meal :cool:. would you like to taste one?

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#8002 by millionaireman
i would love a fish meal, but i would preferred it grilled together with an ice cold beer. I will not object to a perfectly grilled large shrimps :D as well. will you join me in my feast?

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#8049 by trish
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horselover wrote:

What kind of fish do they catch off of the coast of Aruba? Is that fish exported or do they eat it right there on the island? What kind of fish is the most common that is eaten?


Shallow water fish are plenty in Aruba. They have Masbangos or Goggler which is the favorite fish of the locals. Have you heard about this kind of fish?

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#8060 by julien
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horselover wrote:

What kind of fish do they catch off of the coast of Aruba? Is that fish exported or do they eat it right there on the island? What kind of fish is the most common that is eaten?


There are plenty of fish in the Caribbean. White and blue marlin, kingfish and tuna are available in the island. Tuna fish is healthy, you must try to eat some of it when you visit Aruba. Which fish do you like to eat?

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#8088 by puretravel
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Mahi mahi can be caught in the waters of Aruba and so can blue marlin. I watched the fishermen catching the fish and gutting them on the beaches - can't beat that for fresh!

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