Buoy keg

Commercial harvesting of shortraker rockfish in the Gulf of Alaska began in the early 1960's when foreign trawl fleets were targeting more abundant Sebastes spp.

The Buoy keg lives in the bathydemersal, marine, depth range 0 - 1200 m environment.

A buoy keg, with a hole in it, which will fill with water and thus present a resistance to the sea, is also used with the same result. More

Common names

?á?álá in Unknown
Black-throated rock-fish in English
Buoy keg in English
Hireguromenuke in Japanese (日本語)
Rock cod in English
rockfish in English
shortraker rockfish in English
λáḱálá in Heiltsuk
北方平鮋 in Mandarin Chinese
北方平鲉 in Mandarin Chinese
大眼平鮋 in Mandarin Chinese
大眼平鲉 in Mandarin Chinese

Order : Scorpaeniformes
Family : Sebastidae
Genus : Sebastes
Species : Sebastes borealis
Authority : Barsukov, 1970