Rock sole

Prior to 2000 the Northern rock sole and the rock sole, Lepidopsetta bilineata, were considered to be a single species under the genus Lepidopsetta, but work by Orr & Matarese published in 2000 reorganised the genus into three separate taxa.

Greenland turbot, rock sole, yellowfin sole, flathead sole, and arrowtooth flounder. After the effective date of this closure the maximum retainable amounts at Sec. 679.20(e) and (f) apply at any time during a trip. More

Two species of rock sole in Alaska were distinguished in 2000, the northern and southern rock soles (Lepidopsetta polyxystra and L. bilineata). More

Rock sole is a delicate tasting fish, and can take on many flavor profiles, but you have to be careful not to overpower... More

Mossy Rock soles will now be in my bag of tricks and I suggest you throw a pair in your wading gear bag, or install a pair on your Korkers wading shoes. They work great in mud or on soap stone too. More

Rock soles grow to approximately 60 cm and can live in excess of 20 years. In the Gulf of Alaska, the northern rock sole reaches 50% maturity at 328 mm total length at an average of 7 years. More

* Rock sole has recovered from overfishing by foreign fleets in the 1960s and is now extremely abundant. More

Originating from healthy resources in the North Pacific, Rock Sole is an easy favourite with its light-tasting fillets that can take on a variety of flavour profiles. More

A classic New Rock sole in Gothic culture, the Neptuno. More

Order : Pleuronectiformes
Family : Pleuronectidae
Genus : Lepidopsetta
Species : Lepidopsetta bilineata
Authority : Ayres, 1855