Catch 49's jig-caught rockfish is harvested each spring in the Gulf of Alaska off Kodiak Island. Dark, dusky, and black rockfish are harvested by Kodiak resident fisherman Chris Johnson on the F/V North Star via hand tended hook and line method, one of the most efficient and artisanal ways of catching this delicious pelagic species.
- Caught in Gulf of Alaska waters off Kodiak Island with jig (hook and line) gear.
- Species will be black, dusky, and/or dark rockfish. All have a similar flavor profile and are pelagic species of rockfish that school together.
- Each vacuum-packed pouch holds 1-3 fillets with a total weight of 1 - 1.5 pounds.
- Frozen, vacuum-sealed, boneless, skin-off fillets.
- Sold in 10-pound shares.
Flavor & Texture:
- Ranges from mild to full and rich; firm, flaky texture.
- Excellent source of high-quality protein
- Excellent source of omega-3 fatty acids
Rockfish lends itself to many cooking methods:
Its flavor profile lends itself to a wide range of rubs, marinades, and sauces.