Wahoo, which means “sweet, very good to eat” in Hawaiian is also known as Ono. Built like a torpedo, they are fast swimmers. A Wahoo is a close relative to the King Mackerel. Wahoo feed near the surface in 30 to 50 fathoms along coastal ledges and are occasionally caught in open deep water. The vast majority of Ono are caught in Hawaiian waters by trollers.
This well-known Pacific fish is deliciously cooked in a variety of ways. The fillets of the Wahoo are white and firm with a flaky and delicate texture. It’s flavor is mild. Wahoo is delicious saut’ed, baked, broiled or fried. Hawaii Wahoo is an excellent source of healthy, extra lean protein. It is also low in saturated fat and low in sodium.
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Notes from our buyer
Select Crawfish are now available in addition to our QualityGrade. Catch volumes remain stable and we expect that to continue through the next few weeks.
Alaskan Halibut has been limited due to bad weather and high winds. There are new landings coming in and we have shipments arriving in time for the weekend.
Mahi has prices are still up. We do have fish arriving just in time for the weekend. Call your sales rep for pricing and availability.
American Red Snapper
New fish just in from Galveston, TX. Whole fish ranging in size from 1-2, 2-4, and 4-8 are available with good availability.
We have Fresh Domestic Crabmeat and Fresh Non Domestic Crab from Mexico. Call your sales rep today for pricing and availability.
We have a good amount of Pei Mussels and littleneck Clams. Call your sales rep for availability.
Availability and pricing are looking good this week.
Arctic Char is a unique strain of saltwater char sustainably farm-raised in Iceland. Often compared to salmon and trout, Arctic Char has a distinct, sweet buttery flavor and firm pink flesh that sets it apart from other fish on the market. We get this in twice a week; ask your sales rep for more info.
East Coast Oysters
We have a great selection of oysters this week. Make sure you are on our East Coast oyster list that we send out every week. We have access to several varieties each week.
Rain and warmer temps have 25 areas closed in Texas. Prices are up on gallons and sacks. So far availability will not be an issue for now. We will keep you informed as the season progresses.
Prices are starting to come down slowly on North Sea Salmon and Canadian Salmon fillet. The current market on Chilean Salmon still remains a factor for the next few months. The increase on Chilean Salmon is attributed to several factors including, last year’s historic algae bloom, the current exchange rate, and slower growth rates.
This E.U Certified Organic salmon is unlike any other farm raised salmon where it is raised in the open ocean of the Shetland Islands, and not in a Loch or Bay like other farms raised salmons. Its certified sustainable aquaculture methods are free from all antibiotics, hormones, & GMO, and its feed is certified organic and uses no synthetic coloring or pigments added.
U10 Dry Scallop prices are holding steady. We expect decent supplies for the coming weeks.
Prices are holding steady with good availability. We have great 2+ and #1 fish arriving this week.
Red, black, and yellow edge grouper are available in the market, although limited. Call your sales rep for prices and availability.
Nice weather out of Hackberry, LA, has helped get some nice fish in this week.
We currently carry H&G 10-15 kg & H&G 20-30 KG Chilean Seabass. Seabass prices are on the rise. And we don’t see them coming down anytime soon.
Swordfish availability is looking better, prices are down. We have a new landing arriving just in time for the weekend.
The larger sizes of the Ruby Trout are more available than they have been. For the next few months 8-10 oz and 10-12 oz Ruby will be available, but limited.
Wild Isles Ocean Trout
The All Natural Ocean Trout (Steelhead) is an amazing sashimi quality ocean trout with a higher fat content then salmon and a great flavor that lends itself to any type of cooking or smoking.