Our wild caught Pacific Rockfish has a low moisture content that rivals once-frozen Rockfish. Rockfish is made up of many species of fish. There are more than 60 species that can be called Rockfish. The most common Rockfish is Pacific Ocean Perch and can be found from southern California, around the Pacific rim to northern Japan, as well as in the Bering Sea. It has a mild sweet flavor when cooked.
Rockfish is lean, moist and flaky with a mild flavor that hints at sweetness. Rockfish tastes fantastic fried, baked, or broiled.