The redfish is a lovely deep-sea fish with a beautiful, characteristic red colour. Its flesh is white, delicate and flavoursome, making it one of our finest edible fish.
The beaked redfish is a fish in the redfish family and its distribution comprises the Norwegian Sea from Lofoten to the areas west and north of Svalbard. It is found in the southern part of the Barents Sea, and in the waters surrounding the Faroes, Iceland and Greenland. The beaked redfish eats copepods, krill, marine amphipods and fish. The adult fish measures 35–40 cm.