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Bigeye Tuna

currently $

/lb

Also Know As

Ahi

Catch Method

Hook and line, pelagic longline, trolling, purse seines (less commonly)

Location

Pacific-wide

How to Cook

Pan sear, grill, raw (sashimi), poke

Bigeye tuna are found in both the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans, but are most commonly caught in tropical waters like Hawaii where it’s referred to as “ahi.” Watch out though as ahi can also refer to Yellowfin tuna. Bigeye tuna have relatively high-fat content, making them delicious raw or cooked with the middle rare to medium rare.

 

Fun fact! They can live up to 15 years and dive to deeper waters during full moons.

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Bigeye Tuna