John Dory, Filet - (11600F)
3 to 5 ounces per fillet.
John Dory is a high value fish, with a medium flake and very thin filet. Whole fish have a low yield. The meat becomes white when cooked.
John Dory is harvested primarily in New Zealand and Australia. The populations are healthy, fishing pressure is sustainable and the harvest is limited by strict quotas. John Dory are caught incidentally in fisheries targeting other species with bottom trawls and Danish seines, both of which can have substantial negative impacts on vulnerable seafloor habitat and high levels of bycatch.
John Dory are found throughout the world, specifically in the Eastern Atlantic, Western Pacific and some parts of the Indian Ocean.