Black Cod and Halibut

Black Cod

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Alaska and Washington Coast
March 15 – Oct-15

Market Names: Sablefish, black cod, butterfish.
Size: To 20 pounds, but most 3 to 7 pounds.
Fishing Method: Longline

Sablefish are prized for their rich, buttery texture and melt-in-your-mouth texture, especially in Asia, where they are held in the highest culinary esteem. Whether marinated in kasu (sake lees), simply grilled on the barbecue or delicately cold smoked over alder chips, sablefish is a uniquely delicious seafood that your customers will enjoy again and again.

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Most black cod are caught in Alaskan waters, however we also work with black cod from the Washington coast and Quinault Pride Seafoods of the Quinault Nation. All of the sablefish landed by fishermen at Quinault Pride Seafoods are caught individually with hook-and-line, assuring you of only the highest quality product. Pacific Northwest sablefish is a well managed resource and it is an excellent choice for environmentally-conscious chefs seeking an alternative to Chilean sea bass. Sablefish is one of the richest fish in healthful omega-3 fatty acids.

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Halibut

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Alaska and Washington Coast
March 15 – October 15

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We draw our product from the Washington Coast and Bering Sea. Pacific Harvest supplies of Halibut starts in mid-March and continue through October.

Standard size grades are 10/20, 20/40, 40/60 and 60/up, packed in random weight boxes. All halibut is sold fresh. Trucking or airfreight arrangements are made for you as part of our service.

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Pacific Harvest Seafood Inc.

1800 NE 44th Street, #200
Renton, WA 98056
ph. 425-254-1544
fax 425-255-1251

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