The Moonfish is a member of the Carangidae or Jack family similar in appearance to the Lookdown. The Moonfish is not a commonly found fish anywhere in the world but it lives in small schools. They live in a variety of places from sandy or rocky shores to depths of over 150 feet. They have a thin body like a Pompano and are delicious fresh but are most often found salted or dried.


Size: 80-100/ 100-150/ 150-200
Packing: Block 10kg
Presentation: Whole Round
Catching season: Whole Year except March and September
Fishing Area: Wild Caught Pacific Ocean
Country of origin: Ecuador, FAO 87