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Milky flesh KG's

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Had a good session on the whiting the other day and bagged out on large 40 to 45cm whiting,when I filleted them I noticed 6 of them had very white and creamy looking flesh with several hard lumps almost like tumors.Has anyone else experienced this and are they safe to eat?

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I don't like large KG myself and yes the occasional 1 can be infested with a worm in the flesh but 6 from a bag seem quite high,were they kept well ie put in a slurry or did you leave them banging around on ice?what area?They seem all too big to be from metro?

                    cheers b

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Yeh Brenton I thought 6 was a bit much I have seen it before it usually is in the bigger ones.My pet hate is people that go fishing and only take ice for their beer.I always use a ice slurry and having an ice machine on board makes it easier to keep it refreshed.Lets just say we were 60km due west of North Haven.

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