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Boneless Skinless Fillets of Wild Caught Pacific Cod
Wild Caught Pacific Cod (also called True Cod) is a firm, white-fleshed fish with a soft delicious flavor. Almost everyone loves the taste of cod and we have the best. Wild caught Pacific Cod is a sustainably managed natural resource that we deliver directly to your door. Individually vacuum packed portions weigh 8-10 oz. each. These hand cut fillets are boneless and skinless and are super convenient. Each wild cod fillet serves 1-2 people. Affordably priced and FREE SHIPPING buy now!
- The 5 lb. box contains approximately 6-10 portioned fillets
- The 10 lb. box contains approximately 15-20 portioned fillets
Taste the difference when you buy our Wild Caught Pacific Cod from Alaska!
We are proud to offer the highest quality Wild Pacific Cod at the lowest price available. Wild Alaska Salmon and Seafood Company is a fisherman family owned business delivering a sustainable renewable resource that’s both healthy and delicious. Taste the difference when you buy our Wild Pacific Cod.
Facts About Our Wild Pacific Cod:
- Also known as True cod, Grey cod and Alaskan cod.
- Wild caught in Alaska between January and May.
- A mild, firm, white fleshed fish.
- There are four stocks of Pacific cod: Bering Sea, Gulf of Alaska, Aleutian Islands, and US West Coast
- Pacific cod live for 20 years or less.
- They can grow up to 6 feet in length.
- Females are able to reproduce when they’re 4 or 5 years old, when they are between 1.6 and 1.9 feet long.
- Pacific cod spawn from January to May on the continental shelf edge and upper slope in waters 330 to 820 feet deep.
- Females can produce more than 1 million eggs when they spawn.
- Pacific cod school together and move seasonally from deep outer and upper continental shelf areas (where they spawn) to shallow middle-upper continental shelf feeding grounds.
- They feed on clams, worms, crabs, shrimp, and juvenile fish.
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Serving & Care
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