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Notes from our buyer
We have Wild Coho salmon arriving this week. Season is starting to wrap up. Hope to have for another week
Alaska Halibut season will continue until the official cut of date of November 6th, unless quota has been met before then. We have new shipments of Halibut arriving this week.
American Red Snapper
We were able to get fish from Galveston this week. Whole fish ranging in size from 1-2, 2-4, and 4-8. .
We have a great shipment of fresh Domestic Crabmeat this week. Prices have come down, and we are getting in twice a week from Louisiana. Call your sales rep today to place an order.
East Coast Oysters
We have a nice variety of oysters this week from the East Coast. Make sure you are on our East Coast oyster list that we send out every week.
Gold Band Oysters are limited for the next few weeks. Parts of Mississippi and Louisiana will open on October 19th, and Texas will open on November 1st. Gulf sacks and gallons are available. This week we have standard gallons, select gallons and oyster jars.
The availability on jumbo sized redfish (2.5-3lb) is starting to decline. Extra Jumbo (3lb and up) are in decent supply and will be more available than the smaller sizes. Striped Bass is a great option this time of year as well.
Scallop prices are holding steady this week. We expect decent supplies for the coming weeks. I have heard that scallop prices will start to creep up in October.
We have a variety of seabass sizing options. We continue to carry H&G 20-30 kg as well as a smaller 10-20 kg if that is more of what you’re looking for. Prices are continuing to move up.
Crawfish season has ended. We have Frozen Cooked Crawfish for your whole crawfish needs.
Ever tried it? This is a great fish that is perfect for grilling or baking. The ferocious-looking wolfish gets its name from the sharp, protruding teeth it uses to feast on lobsters, clams and other shellfish. Found from southern New England to Greenland and the Barents Sea, the bottom dwelling cold water creature is primarily a bycatch of trawl fisheries targeting cod, haddock and other ground fish. Iceland, which has a direct fishery for the species, is the largest producer