Information about the Copper Rockfish:
The Copper Rockfish is common fish of the Sebastidae
family (rockfish, rockcod and thornyheads). It can be found from as far north as the Gulf of Alaska down the Pacific coast of North America and into the Baja Penninsula. Like other similar species, Copper Rockfish can vary widely in markings and coloration, but generally they are dark brown to olive, with a pink and often splashed with a copper or dull yellow. They are considered good to eat and an excellent sportfish. While not dangerous or poisonous to humans, care must be taken when handling them as they have mildly venomous dorsal and anal fin spines.
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