Anchovies

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[/] Species Name:Engraulis encrasicolus Sustainability Rating:Grey – Unranked What:A small, oily fish found throughout the world When:Available Year-Round Where/How:Where – Europe How – Wild Caught/Nets Back to Product Guide Characteristics Traditionally, anchovies are gutted, salted, and then packed in oil or salt. They have a characteristically strong flavor and deep grey flesh when salted. They may also be pickled. Pickled anchovies …

Swordfish (DSBG Caught)

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Why Deep-Set Buoy Gear? Buoy strike indicators show when a fish is on the line, allowing for rapid processing of swordfish and live release of non-target catch Non-targets like sea turtles and sharks are avoided by strategically positioning hooks at depths below the surface waters during the day Deep-setting provides the west coast with a low-impact option for landing local …

New Zealand Sea Bass (Hapuka)

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[/] Species Name:Polyprion oxygeneios Sustainability Rating:Grey – Unrated What:Also known as Hapuka, Hapuku or Whapuku (or Groper in New Zealand) is a member of the Wreckfish family.  This deep-water species and sought after fish has a reputation for its superior flavor and texture. When:Available year-round Where/How:Where: East Coast, New Zealand How: Wild; Bottom Longline   Back to Product Guide Characteristics …

Wreckfish

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[/] Species Name:Polyprion americanus Sustainability Rating: Grey – Unrated What:Also known as Sea Bass, Bass and Stone Bass, this is a deep-water species and sought after fish due to its reputation for superior flavor and texture. This king of the depths has a dark grey upper body and light grey/silver belly with a massive head and mouth. When:Available year-round Where/How:Where: …

Snook (a.k.a. Robalo)

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[/] Species Name:Centropomus undecimalis Sustainability Rating: Grey-Unranked What:Snook (aka: Robalo or Sergeant Fish) has a distinct lateral line, high, divided dorsal fin, sloping forehead and a large mouth with a protruding lower jaw. This fish can be found anywhere from Central Florida to South America and the Gulf of Mexico, usually inshore in the coastal and brackish waters, along mangrove shorelines, …

Escolar

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[/] Species Name:Lepidocybium flavobrunneum Sustainability Rating:Grey – Unranked What:This fish is also known as “butterfish”, “oilfish” or even “white tuna” but we highly recommend you stick with the FDA acceptable name of “Escolar”. Calling this fish by any other name is a fast way to commit seafood fraud. When:Available year-round Where/How:Where – various How – Wild Caught; longline Back to …

Corvina

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[/] Species Name:Cynoscion spp. Sustainability Rating:Grey – Unranked What:The Corvina fish is a fan favorite of the Drum or Croakers (family Sciaenidae). When:Available Year-Round Where/How:Where – Panama, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Mexico How – Wild Caught, Hook & Line Back to Product Guide Characteristics This highly prized fish offers an excellent taste that’s great for customers who enjoy Grouper or Snapper. …

Octopus

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[/] Species Name:Octopus vulgaris Sustainability Rating:Grey – Unranked What:Common Octopus (Octopus vulgaris) makes up the majority of the global octopus catch. When:Available Year-Round Where/How:Where – Morocco, Spain, Tunisia, Indonesia, Thailand How – Wild Caught – Traps, Pots, Trawl   Back to Product Guide Characteristics We carry a variety of Octopus options – from baby Octopus to larger options (6/8 lbs). …

Wolffish, Spotted

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[/] Species Name:Anarhichas minor Sustainability Rating: grey – unranked What:A bottom-dwelling large marine fish of the Anarhichadidae family that’s also known as the Leopardfish. Although historically known as ocean catfish, Wolffish is not related to the freshwater catfish. We carry MSC-certified Wolffish! When:Available year-round Where/How:Where: Iceland How: Wild; hook & line Back to Product Guide Characteristics Spotted Wolffish’s diet consists primarily …

Halibut, Atlantic

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[/] Species Name:Hippoglossus hippoglossus Sustainability Rating: Grey – Unrated   What:A member of the Flounder family, this Atlantic Halibut comes from the cold waters off Norway.  Atlantic Halibut is considered one of the largest and also one of the fastest swimmers of the flatfish species.  This fish is only served in the most high-end restaurants in Norway and UK and considered by many …