Pacific halibut are one of the largest flatfish species, growing up to 500 pounds and 8 feet long! They inhabit the continental shelf of the U.S. and Canada (California up to the Bering Sea) and are most commonly found in the Gulf of Alaska. Alaska’s halibut fishing season opens in mid-March and runs through mid-November. Halibut is highly prized in the kitchen for its firm and thick texture, white color, and mild flavor, making it easy to prepare and adaptable to a variety of cooking methods.

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