[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] During the month of April dredge holes can be magnets for large schools of migrating Spanish mackerel, large spawning king mackerel and schools of bluefish.
What does KGM stand for?
KGM stands for King Mackerel (FAO fish species code)
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We have 15 other meanings of KGM in our Acronym Attic
- King's German Legion (British Army; Napoleonic Wars)
- Kline Geology Lab (Yale University)
- Kongelig (Danish: royal)
- Kuwait and Gulf Link Company (Kuwait)
- Kansas Grazing Lands Coalition (McPherson, KS)
- Kahn Gauthier Law Group LLC (New Orleans, Louisiana)
- Kalamazoo Gay Lesbian Resource Center (Michigan)
- Keratinocyte Growth Medium (dermatology)
- Kimberly Gold Mines, Inc. (Idaho)
- King Gate Mafia
- Konjac Glucomannan (water-soluble dietary fiber)
- Konsortium Galactique Meknatif (French gaming clan)
- Kuratorium Ganzheitliches Management (German: Trustees Holistic Management; corporate culture)
- Keep Greater Milwaukee Beautiful (Wisconsin)
- Kanyakumari Government Medical College (India)
- Keyboard Galleria Music Center (Santa Clarita, CA)
- King George Medical College (India)
- Kerala Government Medical College Teachers Association (Kerala, India)
- Korea Green Management Index
- Kesatuan Guru Melayu Malaysia Barat (Malay: Western Malaysia Malay Teachers' Union)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Predatory fish such as shark, swordfish, king mackerel and tilefish are at the top of the marine food chain and so concentrate mercury from the environment in their tissues.
The FDA and EPA already warn women and children not to eat king mackerel (0.
Despite the current concerns over mercury contamination in fish, the NOAA statement advises: "Women will not put their baby at risk if they avoid eating shark, swordfish, tilefish, king mackerel, tuna steaks and whale meat until after they have delivered and stopped breast feeding.
Gulf of Mexico tilefish, shark, swordfish, and king mackerel contain the most methyl mercury, and should be eaten sparingly--and not at all if you are a young child, nursing mother, are pregnant, or are trying to become pregnant.
Consumption advisories by government agencies as well as media reports have raised public awareness of high mercury concentrations in certain fish, particularly swordfish, shark, king mackerel, and tilefish.
Actually, according to information recently published by the Natural Resources Defense Council, the fish with the highest levels of mercury, and which should be avoided, include tilefish, swordfish, shark and king mackerel.
Do not eat shark, swordfish, king mackerel, or tilefish because they contain high levels of mercury.