White Perch

MILD FLAVOR. FLAKY WHITE MEAT.

AVAILABLE January through April
A GREAT SOURCE OF selenium
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The white perch is close in relation to striped bass. Think of it as striped bass’ smaller cousin. It is a small panfish, rarely growing to greater than a pound. These fish can be found in abundance throught in estuaries throughout the Southeast.

The flavor of white perch is similar to that of striped bass: mild but with a more delicate, white meat. Traditionally, they are roasted whole in the oven or pan fried.