In contrast to "farm-raised" (I mean, raised in farms - aquafarms). So, pull caught fish
would be the fish taken out of the water, that is fished out. (tirados da água/pescado), but the author of the sentence adds the subtlety that it might be from their "natural" habitat, high sea fishery for example.
It´s a fact that aquafarms are closer to the cities, plus they live in more cramped spaces, so their diet have to be less balanced, at least in theory.https://www.peta.org/issues/animals-use ... uafarming/
From the CNN excerpt:There is an emerging alternative, hydroponics, growing produce without soil, which is supposed to be much cleaner than an open field.
(on camera): Fish, you want it low in contaminants and high in omega 3s, the good fatty acids.
(voice-over): Seafood like mackerel, shrimp and wild salmon.
Or look for pull caught fish. Those tend to be younger, so they spent less time exposed to toxins.
(on camera): But what if your local store only stocks farm-raised salmon?
(voice-over): Those can be higher in industrial chemicals stored in fish bag. But experts say you can remove most of the bad stuff like trimming
Away or cooking of the fat.