White Sea BassAtractoscion nobilis
Despite its name White sea bass is not a sea bass, but a member of the croaker and drum family. The family is named after the croaking sound emitted by the fish when vibrating their air bladder. It is primarily found along the Pacific, mainly between San Francisco, Baja, and the northern Gulf of California. White sea bass has a similar flavor profile to halibut with a mild taste and firm, flaky texture. The thick fillets make this a great grilling fish to kick off the summer months.