GROUND FISH / ARROWTOOTH FLOUNDER

GROUND FISH / ARROWTOOTH FLOUNDER

The Arrowtooth Flounder lives from the Bering Sea to Santa Rosa Island, California. Its creamy white flesh is light, delicate, and cooks quickly. Care should be taken to avoid moisture loss, both in storage and in cooking.

Scientific name: 
Atheresthes Stomias
Other Names: 
Turbot, French Sole, Long Jaw Flounder
Season: 
All year round depending on the area
Packaging: 
10lb cartons into 50lb master
Availability: 
Year Round
Depth of Catch: 
30 to 600 fathoms (180 to 3,600 feet)
Catch Area: 
British Columbia, Oregon, Washington, California
How To Store: 
Whole fish should be buried in ice with the belly cavity full of ice, since this is where deterioration happens most quickly. Adding ice to the belly slows this enzymatic process.
Range of Shelf Life: 
Three to seven days, depending on the quality of handling the fish has received.
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