Chubs. Remember chubs? Well, unfortunately, the chub population in the Great Lakes got decimated by the devastatingly invasive zebra mussel. In the "old days," it wouldn't be uncommon for someone to ask for a "juicy" one when asking for a chub. Well, we found a fish that is virtually indistinguishable from a chub, except for the fact that they're better. Bering ciscos are fished along the Kenai Peninsula on the Alaskan coast in the Bering Sea, where they are carefully guarded against overfishing. A bit larger than the largest chubs, they are super juicy and rich. This sweet, velvety flesh is whole smoked fish nirvana. Sold by the whole fish only. A whole fish usually weighs around 1/2 lb. each fish, but weights vary.