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Pacific halibut

Hook, Line and Sizzle: Elevate Your Dinner with Fresh Halibut!

Oregon Halibut

The second round of Oregon Halibut Commercial opener is July 9–July 11, 2024. Weather permitting, fresh, high-quality Pacific halibut will be available at the Market on Friday, July 12!

Fisherman's Market Monger holding a whole, Alaska Halibut


When you order whole head-on Oregon Halibut from Fisherman’s Market you can choose from 3 processing options, none of which include a cutting fee…we’re fish mongers, why would we charge a cutting fee!? Walk-in whole halibut orders require a 1–2 day pick up lead time.

Processing Option 1*:

Whole Halibut cut, portioned, vacuum packed and FROZEN……+$1/lb (whole weight)

Processing Option 2*:

Whole Halibut cut, portioned and wrapped FRESH……+$.50/lb (whole weight)
*1/2 lb minimum portion size; available either all frozen or all fresh; option combinations are NOT available.

Processing Option 3:

Whole Halibut cut into 4 fillets, bagged on ice……NO CHARGE

Call for Availability and Current Price

Give us a call at (541) 484-CRAB, extension 3 to talk to a live Monger.

Wild-caught Pacific halibut from Fisherman’s Market is a smart choice for many reasons:

Pacific halibut is sustainably managed and responsibly harvested.

Halibut provides high-quality protein, essential omega-3 fatty acids and is a good source of niacin, phosphorus and selenium.

Mongers use spent vegetable oil as fuel for our F-250, making it an eco-friendly choice (3,500+ miles in between fill-ups!)


Halibut has a mild, slightly sweet flavor that appeals to a wide range of tastes, making it suitable for serving to guests with different palates, including those who may not typically enjoy fish.


The meat of Halibut is firm and lean, with large, flaky white flesh. When cooked properly, halibut retains its firmness but becomes tender and easily flakes apart with a fork. The texture is typically moist and succulent, with a clean, mild flavor.

Health Benefits

Halibut is a nutritious choice as it is low in fat and calories but high in protein, vitamins, and minerals. It provides an excellent source of omega-3 fatty acids, which are beneficial for heart health.

Huge Pacific halibut, sometimes called “barn doors,” can attain a length of more than 8 feet and a width
of more than 5 feet, with the females being the larger of the two sexes.

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