Rockfish come in several different varieties including Vermillion, Black Gill, Canary, and more. While some are more rare than others, this is a fish that can be caught year round thanks to its sustainability. It was declared overfished in 2000, but the population was quickly rebuilt in 15 years, and target population levels were met in 2015, allowing Rockfish to be a safe, sustainable choice that is carefully monitored with U.S. regulations.
Rockfish is a gateway fish. From a culinary standpoint, you cannot go wrong with it. It is perfect for tacos, ceviche, fish n chips, stews, the bbq, just about anything you can imagine! It has a light, flaky taste and is firm enough in texture to mix with ANY dish. Seriously, any dish. The versatility of this fish is a prize, as even “non fish eaters'' can find a dish worth appreciating made with Rockfish. Don’t believe us? Try it for yourself.