i don't know if it is a good idea if you sacrifice to cook fish, if you don't like it at all.
You can find a huge number of westindian seafood receipes all over the internet.
You will have to choose the meal according to the species of fish.
If it is "Dolphin" (Mahi Mahi), which is caught in Tobago on a regular basis, you can
basically do anything with it, steam it, bake it, fry it, whatever.
Wahoo and Kingfish are quite versatile too.
Not so species like Cavali and Tuna. Fried they tend to get dry and tough, or you have to be
very careful with the cooking time.
"Red Fish" (American Red Snapper) is best baked or fried.
The species caught depend less on the area, but on the fishing method. Castara fishermen do
"trolling", "banking" and "drifting". Trolling catches mostly Dolphin, Wahoo, Kingfish and Tuna.
"Banking" catches bottom fish like Red Fish, Grooper and Salmon. Etc.
So just admire what they will bring home and move to suit