american paddlefish Tag

 Hackleback - Paddlefish Differences?  What are the hackleback paddlefish differences? While our Hackleback and Paddlefish caviar are both sourced domestically, usually from the region surrounding the Mississippi River, they have some noticeable differences that set them apart. American Paddlefish is actually considered a fish roe, not a...

UNCERTAIN, Texas (yes, that's a real place).  Deep beneath the surface of Texas lake, there used to swim a massive, open-mouthed dinosaur-era fish with a long snout and a prized caviar. Now, years after the paddlefish was almost completely cleaned out, it's coming back to...

Some 300 million to 400 million years earlier, a funny-looking fish with a giant nose swam the world's primeval waterways. Today its female descendants produce a few of the tastiest roe this side of Iran and are assisting to jump-start the domestic caviar market in...

The American paddlefish, Polyodon spathula, also called the Mississippi paddlefish or spoonbill is a paddlefish living in slow-flowing waters of the Mississippi River drainage system. It appears to have been extirpated from Lake Erie and its tributaries. They are closely related to the sturgeons. This...