PACIFIC OCEAN PERCH

PACIFIC OCEAN PERCH

Pacific Ocean Perch lives over soft ocean bottoms and near reefs from the Bering Sea to LaJolla, California. its skin is carmine red with black markings, and grows to approximately 18 inches in length. As with the other Rockfish species fillets, the flesh is a creamy rose, becoming darker next to the skin side. This dark area is due to the fish's fat layer.

Scientific name: 
Sebastes Alutus
Other Names: 
Yellowmouth, Rougheye Rockfish, Darkblotched Rockfish
Season: 
May to September
Packaging: 
30lbs Carton
Availability: 
May to September
Depth of Catch: 
100 to 350 fathoms (600 to 2,100 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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