cod, atlantic
(Gadus morhua)


Linnaeus, 1758; GADIDAE FAMILY; also called codfish, codling Occurs in subarctic and cool temperate waters of the North Atlantic from Greenland to North Carolina, including the Hudson Strait, and from Novaya Zemlya, in the former U.S.S.R., to the northern reaches of the Bay of Biscay, including the Baltic and North seas and Iceland. The cod can be found in depths of up to 200 fathoms and prefers rough bottoms composed of sand and rock or of shells. It is migratory though the extent of its migration varies among stocks. The cod can be distinguished from other members of its family by the...Read More

Line ClassWeightLocationCatch DateAnglerRecord DetailsHistory Details
All-Tackle47.02 kg (103 lb 10 oz)Sørøya, Norway28-Apr-2013Michael EiseleRecord DetailsHistory Details