Quality and freshness

United States | Maine

Established in 2007, Midcoast Fishermen’s Cooperative created the first Community Supported Fishery program in New England.  Port Clyde Fresh Catch seafood is harvested by the last fleet of groundfishermen between Portland, Maine and the Canadian border. The cooperative’s fishermen harvest their catch using environmentally sustainable fishing methods that reduce by-catch, habitat impact and fossil-fuel consumption. Seafood orders are then custom cut to meet customer specifications in our Port Clyde-based, HAACP-certified processing facility before delivery or shipping.

Port Clyde Fresh Catch seafood’s quality and freshnesscomes from the short, speedy route it takes from their nets to your plate! Wholesale pricing and custom shipping options are also available.

Weekly shares of their fishermen’s catch will consist of Maine shrimp in the winter and a variety of haddock, cod, flounder, hake, dabs, grey sole, monkfish, pollock, and redfish during the summer months. Lobsters, crabs, lobster meat and crabmeat are also available seasonally.



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Mailing Address:

Midcoast Fishermen’s Cooperative

PO Box 223
Port Clyde, ME 04855



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