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Atlantic Mackerel
Atlantic Mackerel is extremely common in hug shoals migrating towards the coast to feed on small fish and prawns during summer. It is found in the north-east Atlantic, North Sea and British Isles. It can reach up to 66 cm in length.
WR/Gutted

2 × 10 kg 200-400 gr.
2 × 10 kg 300-500 gr.
2 × 10 kg 400-600 gr.
2 × 10 kg 600 gr.

Fillets and Kirimi

On request

Greenland Halibut
Greenland halibut belongs to the Pleuronectidae family. It is a deep water fish, ranging between about 200 and 1200 meters and is found in the northern Atlantic and northern Pacific Oceans.
WR/HGT/J-cut

2 × 13 kg Under 1 kg.
2 × 13 kg 1-2 kg
2 × 13 kg over 3 kg

Heads

2 × 13 kg 100-300 gr.
2 × 13 kg 300-500 gr.
2 × 13 kg 500+ gr.

Tails

2 ×13 kg ungraded

Lumpfish
Lumpsuckers or lumpfish are mostly small scorpaeniform marine fish of the family Cyclopteridae. They are found in the cold waters of the Arctic, North Atlantic.
IQF

1 ×19 kg ungraded

Block Frozen

1 × 26 1-1,5 kg
1 × 26 1,5-2 kg
1 × 26 2-2,5 kg
1 × 26 2,5 + kg

Capelin and Capelin roe
The capelin or caplin (Mallotus villosus) is a small forage fish of the smelt family found in the North Atlantic, North Pacific.
Capelin Female

2 × 11 kg
(41-45, 46-50, 51-55, 50-60, 61-65 Pieces per kilo)

2 × 13 kg
(41-45, 46-50, 51-55, 50-60, 61-65 Pieces per kilo)

Capelin Male

2 × 13 kg
(20-30, 25-35, 30-40, 35-45 Pieces per kilo)

Capelin Mix

2 × 13 kg

Capelin roe

3 × 7 kg
3 × 9 kg
2 × 11 kg

Golden Redfish (Sebastes marinus)
Golden Redfish also know as Atlantic Redfish, Norway Haddock, Red Perch, Red Bream, Golden Redfish dark red on the back Lives in the North Atlantic and usually caught at a 100 to 500 meter depth. He can reach 90 cm length but is usually around 35-40 cm.
WR

3 × 7 kg 300-500 gr.
3 × 7 kg 500-700 gr.
3 × 7 kg 500-700 gr
3 × 7 kg 700-1000 gr.
3 × 7 kg 1000+ gr.

H/G

3 × 7 kg 150-200 gr.
3 × 7 kg 200-300 gr.
3 × 7 kg 300-500 gr.
3 × 7 kg 500-700 gr.
3 × 7 kg 700+ gr.
3 × 7 kg 100+ gr.

Fillets

On request

Other Items / Species
Engawa
Cod Swim bladder
Sea Cucumber
Haddock
Saith
Deep water redfish
Atlantic Herring