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The Dungeness Crab takes it's name from a small fishing town on the Washington Coast. "Dungies" are in the Rock Crab family. Their shell is a light greenish-brown on back and turns red when cooked. The underside is a whitish to light orange.
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.
Long pectoral fins, which reach to behind the anus and by their dark blue backs and blue-grey flanks and belly. Due to its white colored meat albacore is also called "the chicken of the sea". As canned products it is quite popular in the States, where it is marketed as "White Tuna".
Sablefish feed on fish, worms and crustaceans. They live over soft ocean bottoms in deep water from the Bering Sea to Isla Cedros, Baja California. These streamlined fish are slate black to a greenish color on the top surface, shading to lighter gray on the belly.
The pacific halibut is the largest of all the flatfish species. Its overall attributes are typical for flatfish, with both eyes on one side (the right side specifically in this case), a mottled brown/green skin color on the "eyed" side, and white skin color on the "blind" side.
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.
The excellent quality of the flesh and its good keeping qualities in frozen storage have made Dover Sole one of the more important fishes in this category on the Pacific Coast. It lives from Northern Baja California to the Bering Sea.
There are several distinct characteristics that separate a Chinook from the other salmonid species. The Chinook salmon has black gums, therefore it is also called a blackmouth. Its blue-green back and tail are completely covered with tiny spots.