Argentine hake is one of the common fish but of the Argentine gastronomy and has been object of an intense commercial fishing that has depressed the resource. It is a fish of body very extended and fusiform, as it corresponds to its pelágicos habits, it has a head great, and robust. The mouth more or less pointed is equipped with forts and acute teeth. It has two dorsal fins to each other, well separated and the volume is truncated. Of more or less clear color in the head and the back, and target in the belly, presents/displays some reflections golden when extracting it of the water. The fins are of dark color, although the anal and the ventrals finish I am transparent. The effect is evident that the pressure of commercial fishing exerts in the populations of these fish. The great units but are but to the south and in the deep zones. On the other hand most of the captures they do not surpass the four years of age nor the 70 cm It is fed on moluscos, crustaceans and small fish. The capture with bait with medium equipment and to depth.