The Indian Mackerel fish are generally found in the shallow, coastal waters, where the surface water temperature is at least 17ᵒC. Vietnam’s Indian Mackerel lives along the sea from north to south or Indian Mackerel is also widely found from the central provinces of Vietnam to the Southern water, the fishery volume is amongst top 5 wild-caught fishes. Indian Mackerel is tasty and nutritious, and is a very popular seafood for Vietnam families.
The Season of Indian Mackerel is whole year round.
Indian Mackerel catching are purse seine, trawl, gill net, hook and line.
Indian Mackerel is an important food fish and is commonly used in South and South –East Asia cuisine. Indian Mackerel have been exporting and supply to main market is South –East Asia, Middle East, Europe and other countries also. Indian Mackerel is marketed fresh, frozen, canned, dried-salted and also made into fish sauce.