O'Hara Corporation

For over 100 years the O'Hara Corporation has operated fishing vessels across both the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans. Starting in Massachusetts, Francis J. O'Hara began building his sailing feet in 1903; after four generations, the process continues. Our fishing vessels can set seine net off the Coast of Maine for herring, participate in the scallop fishery out of New Bedford, Massachusetts and catch, process, and freeze flatfish, cod, and pollock in Alaska.

The heart of O’Hara Corporation surrounds the catcher processor vessels out of Seattle, Washington. Learn more about us by exploring our employment, products, and fleet pages.

Contact Us

Email: info@oharacorporation.com
Toll-free: 800-721-7238
Phone: 207-594-4444

Alaska Fishing Jobs & Employment

800-721-7238 info@oharacorporation.com

Whole Round and H/G Products

O’Hara Corporation’s five catcher-processor vessels catch and process whole round and headed and gutted (H/G) groundfish from the cold waters off the Alaska coast. All O’Hara products are 100% U.S.A. origin, and are frozen-at-sea within hours of catching to ensure the highest quality raw material. Our raw materials can be sold as H/G for processing into food service and retail products or as whole round directly to consumers. We sell only bulk, wholesale, container-load sized quantities of seafood products produced aboard our vessels.

  • Product Forms: H&G, Whole Round, Roe, Stomachs
  • Packaging: 16kg to 20kg net weight frozen block, glazed, wrapped in a polysheet, and inside a plastic lined paper bag
  • Catching Area: FAO 67 Northeast Pacific

Yellowfin Sole
Limanda aspera

Rock Sole
Lepidopsetta polyxystra

Flathead Sole
Hippoglossoides elassodon

Alaska Plaice
Pleuronectes quadrituberculatus

Pacific Cod
Gadus macrocephalus

Alaska Pollock
Theragra chalcogramma

Arrowtooth Flounder
Atheresthes stomias

Greenland Turbot
Reinhardtius hippoglossoides

Pacific Ocean Perch
Sebastes alutus

Atka Mackerel
Pleurogrammus monopterygius

Zaprora silenus

Rex Sole
Glyptocephalus zachirus

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