Size— The largest four specimens yet seen measured 18¼ and 18½ inches; 19 inches, weighing 3 pounds; and 20 inches, weighing 4½ pounds and 24 inches, weighing 7 pounds
General range— Outer part of the continental shelf from the latitude of Chesapeake Bay to the vicinity of Sable Island, Nova Scotia, and perhaps to the Laurentian Channel that separates the Nova Scotian Banks from the Newfoundland Banks. It reaches the inner parts of the Gulf of Maine now and then as a stray.
From Fishes of the Gulf of Maine by Bigelow and Schroeder, 1953
Online courtesy of MBL/WHOI http://www.gma.org/fogm/Zenopsis_ocellata.htm