click here for more detailsHaddock fish Identification
Haddock is a valuable North Atlantic food fish of the cod family, Gadidae, that is often smoked and sold as "Finnan Haddie." The Haddock is a bottom dweller and a carnivore, feeding on invertebrates and some fishes. It resembles the Cod and, like its relative, has a chin barbel, 2 anal fins and 3 dorsal fins. It is identified from Cod by a dark, rather than light, lateral line and a distinctive dark spot on each side of the body over the pectoral fins, often called the "devil's mark". Color is otherwise gray or brownish above, paler below. Size is to about 3 feet (90 cm) and 24.5 pounds (11 kg). Haddock is a popular food fish, widely fished commercially. It is one of the most popular varieties of smoked fish and it has a unique succulent and delicious flavour. Read More

Atlantic Cod fish Identification
The Atlantic cod has historically been one of the world’s important natural resources, and the waters of the North Atlantic once teemed with this fish. A species of considerable economic importance, but stocks in western Atlantic severely depleted and commercial harvest for the most part curtailed. Marketed fresh, frozen, dried, salted, and smoked. Read More

Atlantic Pollock fish Identification
Atlantic pollock, Pollachius virens, is a gadoid species inhabiting both sides of the North Atlantic. They are most common on the Scotian Shelf, Georges Bank, in the Great South Channel, and in the Gulf of Maine. Pollock are a schooling species and are found throughout the water column. With the exception of short migrations due to temperature changes and north-south movements for spawning, pollock are fairly stationary in the Gulf of Maine and along the Nova Scotian coast. Adult pollock can attain maximum lengths of 120 cm, but are usually less than 110 cm. Read More