posted on Sep, 2 2012 @ 05:40 PM
I live in the Pacific Northwest, and after lots of vague responses from Google, I am wondering: which fish are safe to eat? Are any safe at all? Does
anyone have any hard data for fish on the west coast, and which ones migrate to Japan?
The megathread is full of awesomely horrifying numbers about fish tests... off the coast of Fukushima. Yep. That's a no-brainer. Nobody should do any
fishing there for the next 200,000 years.
However, what about the west coast? ARE there breeds of fish that do not migrate to Japan? Which ones swim that way? Do salmon? Would a California
halibut have the same readings as a Pacific halibut buried in the sand off the coasts of Fukushima? I can't seem to find much information and it's
I'm specifically interested in informational links, fish facts, and numbers, so anyone else who reads this any myself can make informed-as-possible
decisions about what to eat. I know as radiation continues to spread, things are becoming more dismal...
Until I get my fishing license and can get some lake trout...
Thanks a lot!