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LINGCOD

Lingcod

CAUGHT SPRING, SUMMER AND FALL

Lingcod Port Orford Seafood

Lingcod

Lingcod is a lot like halibut. Lingcod has finer grain, and fillets are a bit smaller and less dense than halibut, but lingcod's flavor is sweet and perfectly juicy and easy to work with, like our regal friend halibut. 

There's a popular idiom on the South Coast: Springcod. In the spring, the lingcod bite is hot and catch quotas are expanded. No doubt, lingcod is another one of those archetypal flavors of the Oregon Coast.

This versatile fish yields wonderfully to a traditional fish and chips, classic fish tacos, or sautéed in a rich curry. 

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Rockfish – all year

Composed of more than 100 individual species, this fish is a seafood staple for supermarkets and restaurants from Seattle to San Diego, it is found in the Pacific from the Bering Sea to Baja California.

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