Northern shrimp is commercially valuable species widespread in cold parts of the Atlantic Ocean.
Similar in appearance to Atlantic cod, Pacific cod is a mild-tasting and versatile fish.
Also known as coley or Atlantic pollock, saithe can be found around off-shore wrecks and reefs.
Typically found in coastal areas, sardine can form schools of up to 10 million fish and 4 miles long.
Similar to sardine, sardinella are more brightly coloured when freshly caught.
Slow-growing, redfish matures after 14 years – and can sometimes live up to 75.
Stock levels of Atlantic cod is high, thanks to excellent fishery management.
Pacific sardine reaches maximum length of 30 cm and weight of 140 gr.
Evasive behaviour and camouflage is what Pacific chub mackerel relies onto stay hidden from its predators.
A highly fertile species, Pacific herring can be found from the Californian coast to Japan.
With elongated and laterally compressed bodies, jack mackerel can grow up to 70 cm long.
Typically found at depths of 400-1500 metres, Greenland halibut rarely lives in water warmer than 4˚C.
Marked out by a unique dark patch called ‘The Devil’s Thumbprint’, haddock can be found at depths of up to 300 metres.
Being pelagic commander squid can be found at depths of 1000 meters. Berryteuthis magister is among the most numerous squid species recorded.
One of the most commercially important pelagic fish, Atlantic chub mackerel spawn and feed in warmer coastal waters.
A small codfish, blue whiting is unique among the cod family as an entirely open ocean pelagic fish.
Famed for its ability to travel huge distances, Atlantic horse mackerel can descend to 1000 metres during winter.
Streamlined and fast-swimming, the Atlantic mackerel is known for its ability to migrate across enormous distances.
One of the most abundant fish in the North Atlantic, herring spawn between December and midsummer.
A smaller relative of cod, Alaska pollock is part of one of the world’s largest commercial fisheries in the North Pacific.
Stock levels of Atlantic cod is high, thanks to excellent fishery management and favourable environmental conditions