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Species is relatively abundant, and fishing methods cause little damage to habitat and other wildlife.
Arctic Char – Canada Cambridge Bay (Nunavut)

Arctic Char is a member of the Salmonidae family, and has the most northern distribution of any freshwater fish. In the Arctic Ocean some Arctic Char remain in freshwater their whole lives, while others migrate between freshwater and… Read More
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Species is relatively abundant, and fishing methods cause little damage to habitat and other wildlife.
Atka Mackerel – Alaska

Atka mackerel is related to the greenlings and lingcod. It is a small fish, found in the Northeast Pacific. In Alaska, Atka mackerel are moderately abundant and fishing levels on this species are sustainable. Atka mackerel are caught… Read More
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Species is relatively abundant, and fishing methods cause little damage to habitat and other wildlife.
Barnacle, Gooseneck (Leaf) – British Columbia

The Gooseneck or Leaf Barnacle is a sessile crustacean, found along the west coast of North America. They attach to rocks and form barnacle clusters or beds. The species is fished by the Nuu-chah-nulth First Nations in British… Read More
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Species is relatively abundant, and fishing methods cause little damage to habitat and other wildlife.
Bass, Black Sea – U.S. Atlantic, Handline

Black Sea Bass are found along the U.S. East Coast from Cape Cod, Massachusetts to Cape Canaveral, Florida, and in the Gulf of Mexico. They prefer structural habitats such as shipwrecks, artificial reefs, and oyster or mussel beds. They begin life as… Read More
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Species is relatively abundant, and fishing methods cause little damage to habitat and other wildlife.
Bass, Black Sea – U.S. Atlantic, Pots/Traps

Black Sea Bass are found along the U.S. East Coast from Cape Cod, Massachusetts to Cape Canaveral, Florida, and in the Gulf of Mexico. They prefer structural habitats such as shipwrecks, artificial reefs, and oyster or mussel beds. They begin life as… Read More
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Species is relatively abundant, and fishing methods cause little damage to habitat and other wildlife.
Bass, Chilean Sea – Heard and McDonald Islands, Falkland Islands, Macquarie IslandA fishery targeting this species has been certified as sustainable and well managed to the Marine Stewardship Council's environmental standard. Learn more at http://www.msc.org.
These fish contain levels of mercury or PCBs that may pose a health risk to adults and children. Our source of information is http://seafood.edf.org/.  We also recommend that you check local advisories.

Patagonian Toothfish, more commonly known as Chilean Sea Bass, are widely distributed in the Southern Hemisphere south of 40°S latitude. It is a long-lived species that is thought to reach 50 years in age. Sexual maturity is reached… Read More
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