Swordfish season following typical winter pattern

It’s been the typical winter pattern so far this year for swordfish. Low supplies are keeping prices moderately high, although the global economic conditions are keeping prices lower then they could be.

U.S. production is dominated by the Pacific, especially in Hawaii. Mid-Atlantic and offshore boats landing in either Puerto Rico or South Carolina are the second strongest influence, with South America having the least amount of impact on supply right now.

“Good fish are hard to find,” said o…

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