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Pacific Mackerel

Scomber Japonicus

About the Product

General Characteristics

Found in the Pacific Ocean, Scomber Japonicus is a species of chub mackerel almost identical to that of the Scomber Colias. Pacific Mackerel have pointy heads and large mouths as well as wavy lines on their dark blue backs. They are a favorite amongst fishermen for their firmness and oil content.


Food or Bait

Average Size

100/200g, 300/500g


Ecuador, Peru, Taiwan, Mexico, USA

Fishing Season

March and September

Available Year-Round

Packing Style

Block Frozen, IQF

Pacific Mackerel Nutritional Value
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