Locally caught Cape Shark are primarily available in New England from April through July and October through January. Cape Shark, are small sharks abundant in the western Atlantic Ocean from the Mid-Atlantic states to Newfoundland. The most abundant species found in northeastern U.S. coastal waters is the spiny Cape Shark which has a characteristic sharp spine in front of each dorsal fin. The second most abundant species is the smooth dogfish which has no spines. Cape shark have a body shape similar to other...Read More
Buy Fresh Maine Shrimp |Port Clyde Fresh Catch is a Maine Fishermen’s Cooperative| The regular Maine Shrimp season has been cancelled this year due to a low shrimp biomass in the Gulf of Maine. Eight boats have been selected to make research trips to help improve the science of shrimp management and they are allowed to sell the limited catch.We are fortunate this season to have two of our member boats selected for a portion of this research and we will have a limited supply of shrimp available for sale....Read More
Ready to Eat Jonah Crab Claws
we do all the work for you with these ready to eat Jonah Crab Claws! They arrive at your door already cooked and picked out of their shells, ready for you to serve! Try serving these succulent, ready to eat Jonah crab claws as appetizers at your next party, they are the fun way to enjoy the freshest Maine crab available! Delicious dipped in butter, your favorite cocktail sauce, or plain, you will love the sweet taste of crab this fresh. Port Clyde Fresh Catch Jonah crabs are harvest from the Gulf of Maine and then immediately cooked in our Port Clyde, Maine based processing facility. Jonah crab claws are available fresh or frozen. 23-25 Claws make up 1 pound.
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Fresh Fish Our fish are what are known as Groundfish. This is because the fishermen target fish that live near the bottom or ” ground” under the ocean. This fishery has been heavily regulated for many years due to over fishing in the past. The fishery is now controlled by a quota system and fishermen are only allowed to remove a small portion of the fishery biomass in order to grow the stocks to healthy levels. The quotas are what make this fishery sustainable today. Maine Fish Descriptions There is...Read More