Papio (ulua) is the Hawaiian name for a very large game fish seen on many Island menus. In Hawaii the term papio is only used for ulua under 12 lbs. Part of the jack family, these large fish provide a mild tasting white meat . The smaller papio can be prepared broiled, fried, sauteed or baked. The fish are silver in color and can be found in the Pacific Ocean ranging from South Africa to Australia. Hawaii catches about 10,000 lbs of this fish per year.