Fresh Fish

Fresh Fish Products

As the largest fresh fish company in Canada, we offer you a wider selection of fresh fish, all sustainably caught and traceable, and prepared according to your needs. Make your finfish selections based on colour, firmness and fat content, or from where it was raised. Get top quality wild caught, farmed and exotic varieties of finfish, directly from local and international sources, always fresh and healthy. We’ll even fly it in for you!


  • Atlantic Salmon

    The Atlantic salmon is a slender and graceful fish whose Latin name means “the leaper.” Its distinctive characteristics make the Atlantic salmon easy to recognize. It has a small head, blunt nose, small eyes, and a mouth that gapes back below its eye. The mouth contains a row of stout, conical teeth.

  • King Salmon

    Chinook salmon are the largest of the Pacific salmon, hence the name “king salmon.” They can grow as long as 4.9 feet and up to 129 pounds, but typical length and weight of mature fish are about 3 feet and 30 pounds.

  • Pink Salmon

    Pink salmon are the smallest of the Pacific salmon found in North America weighing on average between 3.5 and 5 pounds, with an average length of 20-25 inches. As with all members of the salmon family, pink salmon are coldwater fish. … They have very small scales and pink flesh.

  • Coho Salmon

    Coho salmon has rich, reddish-orange meat and has been called one of the best-tasting salmon. Although coho costs less than king and sockeye salmon, its quality is still quite high. Coho are a medium fatty salmon that have nearly two times the oil content of pink and chum salmon, but less than sockeyes or kings. Coho salmon are available primarily headed and gutted, in fillets both frozen and fresh in season from July to October. Coho salmon has rich, reddish-orange meat and has been called one

  • Chum Salmon

    Chum salmon, also known as dog salmon, are the most widely distributed of all the Pacific salmon and generally occur throughout Alaska. Like most other Pacific salmon species, chum salmon spend most of their life feeding in saltwater, then return to freshwater when mature to spawn once in the fall then die.


  • Bee liners

    Vermilion Snapper (Beeliners) are small and slender, while Red Snapper are more deep-bodied and generally much bigger. You may also notice that Vermilions have much more forked tails than Reds.

  • Yellowtail

    The yellowtail snapper has an olive to bluish back and upper sides with yellow spots. The lower sides and belly have alternating narrow, longitudinal pink and yellow stripes.

  • Lane

    The lane snapper has a fairly deep body with a pointed snout. It has a double dorsal fin, with a rounded anal fin and relatively short pectoral fins. The caudal fin is emarginate to slightly forked.

  • American reds

    Red snapper makes excellent table fare and is featured in many fine restaurants. Red snapper are an overall rosy-red color. The color fades slightly below. Key characteristics are their red eye, the anal fin being pointed rather than rounded, and the lack of a black spot on each side in individuals over 10 inches long.

  • Pink

    Pink Snapper, also known as Red Porgy, is a mild tasting white fish with a delicate. texture. It is found offshore, and is similar in taste to Grey and Vermillion snapper. Many seafood connoisseurs believe a fish is always best cooked whole, and this is a great fish to cook in its’ entirety.

  • Silk

    The Silk Snapper, or Yelloweyed Snapper, is a mélange of warm colors, beautifully shading from pink to red, with reddish or yellow fins and eyes. It lives in deep waters and grows to a maximum of 2.5 feet. A relatively small snapper, it weighs usually less than 5 pounds.



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