Mahi Mahi

Mahi Mahi:

  • Whole Fish
  • Half Fish
  • Fillets
  • Steaks
  • Portions

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“Our Mahi Mahi is freshly processed and kept on ice for the best possible flavour”

Contact us to find out how JLR Fisheries can deliver the highest quality sustainable seafood to you and your customers

Mahi Mahi

We fish, process and distribute Mahi Mahi. It is available throughout the year, however, as there is a quota set on our catches to ensure sustainability of the species the fish on offer may vary. Availability will also be dependent on weather conditions and the time of the year.

Mahi Mahi:

mahimahi_psiSpecies: Coryphaena hippurus

Size: from 5 – 15 kg

Presentation & Packaging: Products are supplied chilled, frozen or dry salted. Steaks, fillets and portions are vacuum packed. Whole fish are headed and gutted. Delivered in polystyrene box with ice.


sustainability traceability

Our philosophy of fishing Sustainably and with full Traceability underpin all our Fishing activities.

“We fish in accordance to the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) guidelines.”

Working in partnership with a small team of high-profile scientists, who are EU and UK experts in the field of fishing management and monitoring, we constantly strive to find innovative solutions to protect our fishing environment and maintain our fisheries.

“Our fishing methods vary depending on the species being fished.”

long line fishingMahi Mahi are fished by long line or drop line. Only large circle hooks are used on our lines to ensure that fish are caught alive and to protect birds and turtles from being caught in them. The setting of the line and hooks is done automatically by machine and the hauling of the line and hooks is done quickly to ensure that birds do not get caught in them.

Our boats are 15 metre boats designed to fish in the pristine waters of the Indian Ocean. The boats will go out for approximately 10 days at a time.

“Once on board not a minute is wasted and the processing of the catch begins …”

The Pelagic Species we fish, process and distribute include Yellowfin and Albacore Tuna, Mahi Mahi, Swordfish, Marlin and Giant Trevally.

Grilled Mahi Mahi with Tomatoes

mahi mahi recipe

A fantastic fish recipe, that’s perfect anyday of the week.

Mahi mahi fillets are barbecued in a foil container with butter, garlic, onion, lemon juice, white wine and tomatoes.

The dish can...

Grilled Mahi Mahi with Tomatoes


Other Pelagic fish are sometimes available. These include:

Latin Name English Name
Acanthocybium solandri Wahoo
Carangoides fulvoguttatus Yellowspotted trevally
Caranx ignobilis Giant trevally
Coryphaena hippurus Mahi-Mahi
Euthynnus affinis Kawakawa
Gymnosarda unicolor Dogtooth tuna
Herklotsichthys quadrimaculatus Bluestripe herring, Spotted herring
Istiophorus platypterus Indo-Pacific sailfish, Sailfish
Katsuwonus pelamis Skipjack tuna
Makaira Mazara Blue Marlin
Selar crumenophthalmus Bigeye scad
Thunnus alalunga Albacore
Thunnus albacares Yellowfin tuna
Thunnus obesus Bigeye tuna
Xiphias gladius Swordfish

Nom latin Nom français
Acanthocybium solandri Thazard-bâtard
Carangoides fulvoguttatus Carangue pailletée, Carangue à gouttes d'or
Caranx ignobilis Carangue têtue
Coryphaena hippurus Coryphène commune
Euthynnus affinis Thonine orientale, Bonite à Dos Rayé
Gymnosarda unicolor Bonite à gros yeux, Thon à Dents de Chien
Herklotsichthys quadrimaculatus Hareng à bande bleue, Sardine blanche
Istiophorus platypterus Voilier indo-pacifique, Voilier
Katsuwonus pelamis Listao, Bonite à Ventre Rayé
Makaira Mazara Marlin Bleu
Selar crumenophthalmus Sélar coulisou, Chinchard, Maquereau à gros yeux
Thunnus alalunga Germon
Thunnus albacares Albacore
Thunnus obesus Thon Obèse, Patudo
Xiphias gladius Espadon

Nombre latino Nombre español
Acanthocybium solandri Peto
Carangoides fulvoguttatus Jurel centellante
Caranx ignobilis Jurel gigante
Coryphaena hippurus Lampuga
Euthynnus affinis Bacoreta oriental
Gymnosarda unicolor Casarte ojón
Herklotsichthys quadrimaculatus Arenque banda azul
Istiophorus platypterus Pez vela del Indo-Pacífico
Katsuwonus pelamis Listado
Makaira Mazara Agujas
Selar crumenophthalmus Chicharro ojón
Thunnus alalunga Atún blanco
Thunnus albacares Rabil
Thunnus obesus Patudo
Xiphias gladius Pez espada

Nom Latin Nom Local
Acanthocybium solandri Bécune grosse race, Bécune
Carangoides fulvoguttatus Carangue la gueule pourrie
Caranx ignobilis Carangue Grande Face, Carangue gros tête, Carangue grosse race
Coryphaena hippurus Dorade, Chapeau gouverneur
Euthynnus affinis Bonite Mackerel
Gymnosarda unicolor Thon à Dents de Chien
Herklotsichthys quadrimaculatus Sardine blanche
Istiophorus platypterus Empereur voilier
Katsuwonus pelamis Bonite à Ventre Rayé
Makaira Mazara Marlin Bleu, Empereur
Selar crumenophthalmus Mackerel
Thunnus alalunga Thon Blanc
Thunnus albacares Thon Jaune
Thunnus obesus Thon Obèse, Tombeau
Xiphias gladius Espadon


“Contact us to find out how JLR Fisheries can support you in delivering the highest quality sustainable seafood to you and your customers.”


Jean Raffaut
JLR Fisheries
Sustainable Fishery and Seafood Supplier
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