Fresh Fish Series: Halibut!

April 14, 2017

BH-Pan Seared Washington Halibut 2

Kicking off our Fresh Fish Series on the Ray’s blog is….. Halibut! Halibut season has taken off this year with no short supply.  Fleets are fishing from Kodiak Island, to South East Alaska, and through British Columbia.  We’ve been filleting beautiful fish this season and halibut is forecasted to be plentiful now through October.

We’ve also just heard from our local fishermen that we will receive Washington Coast halibut as soon as this Monday, April 17!

Because of the grand numbers of halibut in the Pacific Ocean, it elevates its sustainability level, which protects other species living in our ocean, like Rockfish. This is another delicious option that is set to be abundant this year and available at Ray’s all summer.

Join us this weekend for perfectly prepared halibut in the Boathouse or Cafe!

See you soon,

Steve Hauch, Executive Sous Chef

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