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Port Clyde Fresh Catch CSF

The time is now to sign up for our 2010 seafood CSF program beginning in June! Find our CSF sign-up attached. Email: info@midcoastfishermen.org with questions or to sign up by telephone call 207-975-2191!

Added by Port Clyde Fresh Catch on May 11, 2010 at 8:47am — No Comments

Sign up for Port Clyde Fresh Catch's winter shrimp CSF!

Port Clyde Fresh Catch is currently enrolling subscribers for this winter’s Maine shrimp CSF—sign up today!



Shrimp subscriptions will begin the week of December 20th and run for 12 weeks. Sign up for a subscription of any length, and at anytime during the CSF season. Lobsters, crabs, lobster meat and crabmeat may also be available.

Ask us for details!



CSF SHRIMP SUBSCRIPTION PRICING



Half shares (3 lbs of shrimp per week):

Raw picked… Continue

Added by Port Clyde Fresh Catch on November 20, 2009 at 7:30am — 2 Comments

Summer Fish CSF options from Port Clyde Fresh Catch--filleted or whole fish available at 11 pickup locations!

Want delicious, fresh fish this summer?



We're still taking new CSF subscribers--Sign up anytime to receive a weekly share of wild-caught fish harvested by the Midcoast Fishermen’s Cooperative of Port Clyde, Maine!



Your weekly share of our fishermen’s fresh catch will consist of a variety of

haddock, cod, flounder, hake, dabs, grey sole, monkfish, pollock and redfish.



Whole Fish Subscription Options (cleaned and packed on ice)

Half… Continue

Added by Port Clyde Fresh Catch on July 17, 2009 at 7:00am — No Comments

Sign up for a fish CSF subscription from Port Clyde Fresh Catch today, receive your first share of fish within the next week!

Want delicious, fresh fish this summer?



Subscribe to Port Clyde Fresh Catch's summer CSF!



Subscriptions to any CSF pickup location are available at anytime during the summer—Sign up for your share of fresh fish from the Midcoast Fishermen’s Cooperative today!



Your weekly share of our fishermen’s fresh catch will consist of a variety of haddock, cod, flounder, hake, dabs, grey sole, monkfish, pollock and redfish.



Whole Fish Subscription… Continue

Added by Port Clyde Fresh Catch on July 3, 2009 at 4:55pm — No Comments

Orono Maine Shrimp CSF... Sign up today!

Want delicious, fresh shrimp this winter?



Sign up for a weekly share of wild-caught shrimp harvested by the Midcoast Fishermen’s Cooperative of Port Clyde, Maine!



Orono shrimp subscriptions will run for 2 weeks, starting March 6



Half-share: 5 lbs per week; Full share: 10 lbs per week



Shares are of whole shrimp that can be shelled at home.



Full shares are $30, half-shares are $15



Subscribers will pick up their shares each Friday… Continue

Added by Port Clyde Fresh Catch on February 26, 2009 at 8:49am — No Comments

Port Clyde Fresh Catch shrimp CSF's--seven locations!

Greetings!



We are running six-week Maine shrimp CSF subscriptions starting on February 6th, 7th, and 8th in seven locations around the state. Would you please help us spread the word?



CSF is the acronym for Community Supported Fishery. CSFs are modeled after the highly-successful Community-Supported Agriculture (CSA) concept. In both CSAs and CSFs, members pay for shares at the beginning of the season and pick up their shares at a specific time and place each… Continue

Added by Port Clyde Fresh Catch on January 29, 2009 at 2:53pm — No Comments

Mount Desert Island Community Supported Fisheries subscriptions available!

Want delicious, fresh seafood this summer?



Sign up for a weekly share of wild-caught fish harvested by the Midcoast

Fishermen’s Cooperative of Port Clyde, Maine!



Your weekly share of our fishermen’s fresh catch will consist of a variety of haddock, cod, flounder, hake, dabs, grey sole, monkfish, Pollock and redfish



Shares are of whole fish, dressed (gutted) and packed on ice.



FREE DEMONSTRATION OF THE ART OF FILLETING YOUR FISH AT THE START OF… Continue

Added by Port Clyde Fresh Catch on August 19, 2008 at 3:47pm — No Comments

Belfast Community Supported Fisheries subscriptions available!

Want delicious, fresh seafood this summer?



Sign up for a weekly share of wild-caught fish harvested by the Midcoast Fishermen’s Cooperative of Port Clyde, Maine!



Your weekly share of our fishermen’s fresh catch will consist of a variety of haddock, cod, flounder, hake, dabs, grey sole, monkfish, Pollock and redfish



Shares are of whole fish, dressed (gutted) and packed on ice.



Free Demonstration of the Art of Filleting Your Fish at the Start of the… Continue

Added by Port Clyde Fresh Catch on July 22, 2008 at 12:44pm — No Comments

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