Pepsin-soluble collagen (PSC) was successfully extracted from the skin of Amiurus nebulosus. The skin of Amiurus nebulosus was immersed in 0.3 mol/L acetic acid (1: 20, m: V) for 6 h at 37°C, while pepsin was added, at a level of 5000U/g dosage of defatted skin. The maximal yield of the collagen was 97.44%, which was higher than that of acid-soluble collagen (ASC) at 62.05%. Some properties of pepsin-soluble collagens from the skin of Amiurus nebulosus were characterized. Amino acid composition and SDS-PAGE suggested that the collagen might be classified as type I collagen. Moreover, FTIR investigations showed the existence of helical arrangements in PSC of Amiurus nebulosus skin of collagen. There is a possibility to use Amiurus nebulosus skin collagen as an alternative source of collagen for industrial purposes and subsequently it may maximize the economical value of the fish.