While the high heat of a grill is typically associated with cooking meats like chicken, beef, and pork, grills are also a wonderful tool for cooking fish. In fact, grilled fish is one of our favorite ways to enjoy seafood in the summer. If you want to go big, opt for a whole fish. The skin protects the interior, getting beautifully crisp while the meat cooks gently. Try grilling trout and serving it with homemade spatzle and a carrot puree. A delicate fish may fall apart on the grill—to remedy this, our grilled snapper with habanero and scallions is cooked on a plancha or cast-iron griddle set on top of the grill. When selecting a fish for grilling, you want to pick something that can withstand the intense heat. Meaty swordfish fillets are a good choice, especially when paired with a summery mango salsa. Find these dishes and more in our collection of our favorite grilled fish recipes.