|700 – 1000mm
|3 - 9kg
Hake have a thin, round body with a large mouth brimming with inward-turned teeth. Colouring is dark-grey along the spine, transitioning to a silver side and light-grey belly.
They possess a squared-off tail and their dorsal and anal fins stretch the length of the spine.
|Location / Habitat
This species is found in New Zealand & Chilean waters. In New Zealand they are located around the Chatham Rise, Campbell Plateau and South Island northward to the East Cape.