WHERE DID YOUR FISH COME FROM?

At Salty Girl Seafood, it’s important to us that you have the information you need not only to cook seafood simply, but to make simple, informed decisions about the seafood you purchase. We work closely with our fisherman to ensure you are receive a premium, sustainably harvested product, complete with information about who, what, and where your seafood was harvested. And it’s all right here.


  Black Cod (Sablefish) Scientific name:  Anoplopoma fimbria Description: Black Cod (or Sablefish) "is highly prized for an intensely rich, buttery flavor – hence the nickname “butterfish” – and for its surprisingly delicate texture. This deep-sea fish, which can live up to 5,000 feet (1,500 metres) below the sea, is not part of the cod family." (Source: ThisFish.info)

 

Black Cod (Sablefish)

Scientific name:  Anoplopoma fimbria

Description: Black Cod (or Sablefish) "is highly prized for an intensely rich, buttery flavor – hence the nickname “butterfish” – and for its surprisingly delicate texture. This deep-sea fish, which can live up to 5,000 feet (1,500 metres) below the sea, is not part of the cod family." (Source: ThisFish.info)

  F/V Ivanhoe Captain Gary Baird has run the F/V Ivanhoe, owned by Dennis Rankin, for about 10 years. Gary's father Richard "Dicky" Baird fished with F/V Ivanhoe, a family of trawl fishermen. A family that trawls together, stays together! Trawls are weighted nets that towed along the seafloor, or at various depths, to catch fish or shellfish. Graphic: © Ocean Health Index

 

F/V Ivanhoe

Captain Gary Baird has run the F/V Ivanhoe, owned by Dennis Rankin, for about 10 years. Gary's father Richard "Dicky" Baird fished with F/V Ivanhoe, a family of trawl fishermen. A family that trawls together, stays together!

Trawls are weighted nets that towed along the seafloor, or at various depths, to catch fish or shellfish.

Graphic: © Ocean Health Index

  Astoria, OR Black cod in Oregon are well-managed and have minimal habitat impacts. This fish comes from an MSC-certified fishery and is a Seafood Watch "Good Alternative." 

 

Astoria, OR

Black cod in Oregon are well-managed and have minimal habitat impacts. This fish comes from an MSC-certified fishery and is a Seafood Watch "Good Alternative."