Covering nearly 9 million square kilometers (4.4 million square miles), the Eastern Pacific Seascape comprises the waters, coasts and islands off the shores of all the Americas including the Sea of Cortez. With its diverse array of undersea life it has some of the largest populations of edible species on the planet and is an inspiration to some of today’s greatest culinary artists.
Black Grouper
Black Grouper
White Sea Bass
White Sea Bass
Abalone
Abalone

Shellfish

  • U5 Mano de Leon Scallops

  • U6 Mano de Leon Scallops

  • U8 Mano de Leon Scallops

  • Peruvian 20-30 bay scallops

  • Baja Diver Bay Scallops

  • Mexican #1 White U15 Shrimp

  • Mexican #1 White 16-20 Shrimp

  • Mexican #1 White 21-25 Shrimp

  • Mexican #1 White 36-40 Shrimp

  • Medium Rock Crab Claws(7-9ct)

  • Jumbo Rock Crab Claws(3-4ct)

  •  Baja Rock Crab meat(1lb tub)
  • Baja Rock Crab Coctail Claws(1lb tub)

  • Baja Nautilus Oysters

  • Baja Black Mussels

  • Geoduck Clams

  • Venus Clams

  • Chocolate Clams

Misc. Market fish

  • Red Rockcod

  • Barracuda

  • Black Cod

  • Baja Sheepshead

  • Goldspot Sandbass

  • Ling Cod

  • Long-Nose Skate

  • Pacific Tilefish

Pelagics

  • Ono(Wahoo)

  • Monchong

  • Escolar

  • Big Eye Tuna(all grades)

  • Swordfish

Abalone

  • Live Cultured Abalone 5-6pc

  • Abalone Steaks

  • Wild Abalone Meat(150gram+)

Octopus

  • Local Octopus

  • 2-4lb Octopus

Snappers

  • Red “Huachinango” Snapper

  • Yellowtail Pargo Snapper

  • Lane Snapper

  • Cardinal Snapper

  • Green-bar Snapper

Local Fish

  • Pink Baqueta Grouper

  • Brown Baqueta Grouper

  • Cabrilla Grouper

  • Baya Grouper

  • Yellowmouth Corvina Seabass

  • Black Seabass

  • Robalo Seabass

  • White Seabass

  • Chilean Seabass

  • Cortez Fluke

  • Cali Halibut/Fluke/Flounder

  • Yellowtail Round