NH fishermen now selling their fresh catches across the state
Owners of fishing boats from Seabrook, Hampton, Rye Harbor and Portsmouth Harbor first organized to get fresh, locally caught fish to Seacoast residents, according to Sarah VanHorn, general manager of New Hampshire Community Seafood.
A share for a half-pound of fish fillets weekly costs $50; one pound a week is $100 and two pounds weekly are $200. Species can include cod, hake, pollock, flounder, butterfish, monkfish, redfish and "dayboat dogfish," VanHorn said. People can also buy whole fish or a combination of whole fish and fillets.
"With enough interest from different regions, we are willing to accommodate."
VanHorn said this will be the last season for the CSF until the start of the new fishing year next June. For more information, go to www.nhcommunityseafood.com
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