The Narrow-barred Spanish mackerel (Scomberomorus commerson) is part of the Scombridae family. It is an epipelagic predator which is distributed widely in the Indo-Pacific region from shallow coastal waters to the edge of the continental shelf where it is found from depths of 10-70m. It is relatively large for a neritic species with a maximum fork length of 240 cm. Narrow-barred Spanish mackerel is primarily caught by gillnet fleets operating in coastal waters with the highest reported catches form Iran, Indonesia and India. Narrow-barred Spanish mackerel is a popular and high-consumption marine food resource in the world due to its delicious meat. Moreover, other similar seafood consumptions, such as Narrow-Barred Spanish Mackerel fish, have increased in recent years.