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Atlantic Salmon – Some producers were forced to harvest smaller salmon prematurely, which put more fish on the market than expected – prices are down on 8/10s and 10/12s – larger fish holding firm to historic highs – after the Memorial Day holiday, we should see some relief in pricing.

Local Soft Crabs – No significant run has materialized yet in Maryland- soft crabs are expensive and a challenge to keep in stock so far – but that can change in an instant – there is always hope!

Local Wild Rock – Still a few fish being caught locally – New York is producing fish also – fillet prices are down.

Local Fluke – Virginia and Carolina are closed until November now – more expensive fish coming from Rhode Island.

Mahi – Has dried up almost completely with this full moon – prices are up significantly.

Local Oyster Line Up – Seaside salty oysters – Chunus, Wild Ass Ponies, Hog Islands, Salt Shakers Bayside “sweet” oysters – Blackberries, Sweet Jesus, Choptank Sweets, Local medium 200 counts.

Canadian Dayboat Halibut – Ample supply coming in but still not much of a value at $18.95/lb.

American Red Snapper and Black Grouper – Same story as the halibut, but a little more expensive on each fish.

Local Black Bass – We should see some this week, but NY has the price up.

Local Crabmeat – Prices are coming down slowly each week – lump is $26/lb, jumbo is still $41/lb.

Point Judith Monk – We are bringing in nice fish each week.  (Full Newsletter)

Prices are subject to change.