|Scientific Name||Macruronus Novaezelandiae|
|Alternative Name(s)||Blue Grenadier, Blue Hake, New Zealand Whiptail, Whiptail|
|Typical Length||600 - 1200mm|
This species is identified by its a silvery dorsal surface, a teal / medium blue colouring and a long stretched tail with no distinction at the join with the body.
|Location / Habitat||
Hoki are found at the edge of shelfs, they can be found at a depth between 10 – 1000m, but tend to stick around 250 – 600m
A very popular, tasty eating fish with high fat content. This versatile fish can be baked, fried, sautéed and steamed.