Brightly coloured with a rich flavour
Redfish, or ocean perch, is caught in the waters around Greenland, Iceland, the Faroe Islands and New Foundland. It is available in two types: Sebastes marinus – pink and orange in colour, mainly caught in coastal areas; and Sebastes mantilla – with a deeper red colour, mainly caught at 800-1200 metres. Both varieties are rich in flavour and popular in markets across the world. Our redfish is available as frozen whole fish, headless or gutted, or as skin-on or skinless fillets. The season goes mainly from April to September depending, however, on where in the North Atlantic it is harvested. In Greenland even winter fishing takes place.
Redfish fishing grounds
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Whole Round, Headed & Gutted