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Mackerel Japonicus (Scomber Japonicus)

Characteristics

Scomber Japonicus are a species of chub mackerel almost identical to that of the Scomber Colias. They are found in the Pacific Ocean where they are abundant in large schools. They have a stronger flavor and make for great eating/ smoking. They are a a favorite amongst fishermen for their firmness and oil content. 

Seasonality

Mackerel Japonicus are fished for between the months of March and September. We are able to offer them year round.

Packaging

We currently offer Mackerel Japonicus graded as 200-400 grams, 300-500 grams, and 400-600 grams packed in 33.07 Lbs blocks. Our product is available in food or bait grade. 

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Mackerel japonicus laid up against a ruler
Mackerel japonicus in a pile
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Nutrition

Facts

% DV* amount per 100 gram

Serving Size 100 grams

% DV* amount per 100 gram

Total Fat 13.89 g

Saturated Fat 3.3g 

Trans Fat

Cholesterol 70mg

Sodium 90mg

Total Carb 0g

Dietary Fiber 0g

Sugars 0g

Added

Protein 18.66g

Calories per serving 205

 

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