The Canfisco fleet of vessels harvest Hake (also called Pacific Whiting), found in Canadian waters of the Pacific Ocean. Land-frozen Hake is available from June to November. Frozen-at-sea Hake is available from April to November.
The Pacific Hake is a slim fish with large eyes. Its typical size is 50 centimetres long and weight is 1 kilogram.
Hake is semi-pelagic, roaming from ocean floor to mid-water and is caught by a mid-water trawl.
Pacific Hake is a delicate, white-fleshed and mild-tasting fish. It has a taste similar to Cod although the flesh is somewhat softer and the flake smaller.