About 80 miles just south of San Diego, California lies the Island of Todos Santos (All Saints). This island is unique as it lies only 12 miles off shore but has a unique ecosystem & currents due to the deep water submarine canyons that surround it.
These same strong currents and deep underwater canyons are what make the Isla de Todos Santos one of the most famous big wave surfing breaks aptly nick named "killers", where in winter these crashing waves can reach over 40 feet!
This unique underwater topography allows deep water upwelling to bring nutrient rich deep clean water combined with fast currents that makes the ideal location to sustainably raise Pacifico striped bass.
Our saltwater striped bass is the worlds only ocean-raised saltwater striped bass, not to be confused with the hybrid species currently farmed in freshwater ponds and lakes around the world. Saltwater striped bass (Morone Saxatilis), also known in the wild as rock fish or stripers, are large fish with black stripes running along their silvery metallic sides.
This is the only four-star Best Aquaculture Practices (BAP) farm for striped bass. Four stars is the highest designation in the BAP program. This signifies that a product originates from a BAP-certified farm, processing plant, hatchery, and feed mill.
Isla Todos Santos, Mexico - Pacific Ocean
Ultra low stocking densities of aquaculture sites
4 Star Best Aquaculture Practices (BAP) Certified
ZERO WASTE policy ensures environmental footprint is constantly minimized.
All off cuts that are not used for our perfect portions are used to make "human grade" high quality pet food.