With the exception of halibut, most are small, from 1 to 20 pounds. Halibut however, can be as large as 300 pounds, most being harvested in the 80 to 100 pound range. True halibut are very large flat fish found on both coasts of the United States. Pacific halibut are found from the northern coast of California to the Bering Sea. The Atlantic halibut is found from Canada, Iceland and Norway, and is less abundant than the Pacific variety. Both have a firm white flesh with a superb taste and a mild flavor. Versatile, it can be baked with heavy spices, or simply broiled with lemon and butter.