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Haddock
 
Scientific name : Melanogrammus anglefinus
Market name : Haddock
Icelandic name : Ýsa
 
 
Product Description


Frozen:Dried:
filletsstockfish
blockdried fishheads
mince.

Haddock has almost always been the most popular food fish in Iceland and is in great demand on many foreign markets. The haddock is constantly gaining ground as a high-quality food fish.
 
Fish Description

Though slightly plump in the middle, the haddock is yet an overall streamlined fish. The head is mid-sized and it has a small mouth, situated in the lower part of its head. The haddock has a grey or blue-green back but slightly silver-coloured flanks. The abdominal region is white whereas the lateral line is rather dark and a distinctive dark spot can be located on each shoulder. The haddock is a demersal fish, preferring waters with sand or silt beds, and can be encountered in depths ranging from 10 to 200 meters. The haddock feeds on almost everything: carrion, crabs, and larvae; but also small fish such as capelin and pout, as well as shrimp, young fish and herring-roes.
 
 
Fishing season
 
Fishing season: January – December
 
Main season: January – December
 

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