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Doucet Fisheries Ltd. wild haddock catches come straight from Canadian waters of the North Atlantic. Our haddock products are prepared and packaged in Nova Scotia. Try haddock in your recipes, especially when making tasty fish & chips! You will be seduced by its tenderness and flavour.



atlantic_codDoucet Fisheries Ltd. cod catches come straight from southern Nova Scotia and Georges Bank. Cod is a lean fish that flakes into large pieces and has a sweet flavour. Atlantic cod is available year round, fresh or frozen.


Ocean Perch

ocean_perchWith its blazing colors ranging from orange to red flame, ocean perch is frequently found in deep waters along the borders of major fishing banks of the Atlantic. When cut into filets, its flesh is firm, white and thin and very easy to digest. Ocean perch is delicious raw, smoked or even cold. Also known as Red Snapper, ocean perch is delicious in soups and chowders.


Winter Flounder

flounderWinter Flounder, also known as black back, is a flat, bizarre-looking yet delicious fish. It has an olive-brown colour with rust-coloured markings. Once cooked, its boneless flesh is white on the belly side and slightly darker on the back, lean, flaky and sweet. Flounder is sold fresh or frozen. Aside from being rich in protein, flounder is also rich in vitamins and minerals, and low in fat. This hardy fish also has a great shelf life


Bait/Fish Offal

Haddock cuttings

 Frozen Haddock cuttings are frozen fresh every day.  Lobster fishermen are using this product successful as a cost efficient alternative to  other types of bait.  This product is sold by the pallet (1920 lbs, 40x48lbs) or by the truckload (26 pallets). 


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Did you Know?

The fishing season on Georges Bank, as defined by Fisheries & Oceans Canada, begins on June 1st and runs until January or February, depending on the year. Subsequently, during the spawning season, fishing is banned in Canada on Georges Bank. For example, the spawning period for haddock is at its peak between February and April. Subsequently, haddock gradually begins to gain weight. Better catches are between August and January.