Megrim (Lepidorhombus whiffiagonis)
Specimen weight: 0.794 kg (1.75 lbs )
Record: 1.85 kg, Killala, 1987
Eyes and colour on left side. Outline narrower than in turbot or brill and body very thin. Pinkish brown, occasionally with some temporary mottlings. Grows to about 2 feet.
NOTE : In Ireland, this species is often called “witch” a name that properly belongs to the craigfluke, Glyptocephalus cynaglossus which is a right-handed flatfish. Both species are marketed as “white sole.”
|Best Times to Fish Megrim|
|Note: ★ ★ Very good time to fish Megrim|