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Local Catch

Photography By Chris Rov Costa | Last Updated July 20, 2017
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The Major Family-who over box crab and many other species for sale weekly at the market.

The public and chefs, will delight in purchasing fresh caught seafood and aquafarmed seaweed direct from their local fishermen and aquafarmers. Sustainable fishing practices, minimal carbon footprints, and local harvesters – Tuna Harbor Dockside Market benefits all.

Get closer to your food sources. Gain an understanding and appreciation of the fishing and aquaculture. Be inspired to consider careers in commercial fishing and aquaculture. Our fishermen and aquafarmers love to talk. Ask them about what they sell, how they catch and harvest it, and their favorite way to cook it!

The Weekly Catch: July 15, 2017

Currently our market features six vendor booths with up to 20 varieties of fish, with more coming!

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