Sablefish, also known as black cod, are caught using longline fishing gear and live in cold, deep waters (up to 3,000 feet down). Sablefish are found in the northeastern Pacific Ocean from northern Mexico to the Gulf of Alaska, through to the Aleutian Islands and into the Bering Sea. Sablefish grow rapidly during their first several years, reaching an average length of 27.5 inches and weight of 7.5 pounds. Sablefish have a rich, buttery flavor, with incredibly high Omega-3 content. Snow-white sablefish fillets flake perfectly and are melt-in-your-mouth delicious.

2021 MONTHLY SEAFOOD SHARES