Chilean Seabass

Chilean Seabass, or better known as Patagonian Toothfish, is an exclusive fish with very tasty meat. This specific Seabass can best be described as a mix of Seabass and Cod. This fish is found in the deep and cold Southern waters of the Pacific, Indian and Atlantic Oceans. The roe period of the Seabass is mainly in the months of July to September. At Amacore is this fish year round available because of its optimal storage conditions. The Chilean Seabass is very tasty and has a high fat content. The structure of the fillet is coarse and bright white. Frozen Chilean Seabass is preferred over fresh because when fresh, the fish is highly susceptible to loss due to the high fat content. Chilean Seabass provides many culinary options, such as grilling, baking, roasting, but also cooking. That makes this fish the favorite choice for every restaurant.

Commercial name

Patagonian Toothfish

Scientific name

Dissostichus eleginoides



Catching area

FAO 87

Fish Specifications

Fillets, HGT


25 kg


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