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All About Rockfish!

    Black rockfish are harvested primarily by a small-boat jig fleet in Kodiak that we have developed partnerships with to create higher value markets for this underutilized fish. Smaller amounts are caught in Southeast Alaska, where fishermen are learning the fine art of locating and catching them. For our members, these white fish fillets resemble a cross between snapper and branzini. The small delicate flakes and mild flesh make black rockfish perfect for baking, roasting, or sautéing. We love it baked with tomatoes, capers, and lemon or sautéed and nestled over angel hair pasta.