Yellowtail kingfish

Although previously thought to be found in all oceans and seas, recent genetic analysis restricts S. Yellowtail kingfish , the premium member of this group, has a medium to strong, distinct and pleasing flavour. Southern Hemisphere waters. With few bones and a good recovery rate, it is adaptable to all kinds of appetising approaches.

It is often sold as cutlets or steaks but can be cooked whole. In Japan, where it is known as the Hiramasa, it is regarded as one of the finest .

NIWA is at the forefront of kingfish aquaculture research and is rapidly developing the commercial-scale production technology needed to capitalise on this potentially lucrative market. Māori names: kahu, haku . Scomberoides tala (Barred Queenfish) Scomberoides lysan (Lesser Queenfish) Scomberoides commersonnianus (Giant Queenfish). Silver Trevally Pseudocaranx dentex (Silver Trevally) Pseudocaranx wrighti (Skipjack Trevally). Fishing expert Al McGlashan shows you the fastest and easiest way to fillet a kingy resulting in a boneless. There have been investigations into the feasibility of yellowtail kingfish aquaculture in NSW and WA, with both states hoping to begin farming in coming years.

Broodstock (fish eggs) are produced in hatcheries and grown out in the ocean. Public reporting on the . Mixed species bag limit – Large pelagic finfish.

All other fish within the mixed species bag limit. The caudal fin is yellow. In Australian waters, they are distributed from southern Queensland to the central coast of Western Australia, the east coast of Tasmania, and around . They are roving carnivores and an open-water fish, although they do enter shallow bays, harbours, and estuaries looking for food. Blue-green on the upper side with a silver-white belly.

Seriola lalandi) Commonly referred to as Kingies! Fresh Ground Black Pepper to taste. Thinly Sliced and Chopped Chilli to taste. Jasmine Rice to serve with fish.

My PhD thesis investigated the ontogenetic (age-related) development of metabolism in yellowtail kingfish. I worked with colleagues at the NIWA Bream Bay Aquaculture . Colloquial names: kingfish, kingi, southern yellowtail, yellowtail kingfish. A truly great fighting fish, that fights right to the boat. Widely distributed throughout much of the world.

Virtually all the world records are held by New Zealand caught fish where they grow to prodigious size. Except the records for the Californian .