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    Looking for a good place to order seafood online. I’ve found a few places online but I would like some other suggestions. I’m not looking for a monthly membership just a place I can order wild caught seafood when I want to.

    I’ve looked into:
    sizzlefish.com
    and
    Fulton fish market.com

    Thanks for any suggestions

    #2
    You can’t go wrong with these folks: http://www.great-alaska-seafood.com/

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    • ofelles
      ofelles commented
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      2nd that. Have ordered from them a number of times.

    #3
    I've had good experiences with the Wild Alaskan Company.

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    • ofelles
      ofelles commented
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      Another good company.

    #4
    If you are interested in Maryland blue crab these guys are great. https://www.crabplace.com/?trk_msg=3...d+Cutoff+TODAY!

    There scallops are also good, as is just about everything else. I would not recommend the salmon since it is farm raised.
    Last edited by mountainsmoker; May 4, 2020, 08:26 AM.

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      #5
      Joe Patti is our local market. I have bought mailorder from them in the past when I was away for the summer. I can recommend the Gulf coast fish: grouper, snapper, royal red shrimp, flounder.....crab
      It can be pricy to ship so ordering a school of fish helps

      https://www.joepattis.com/Joe-Pattis...ny-Welcome.cfm

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        #6
        I'm blessed to live close to the Gulf of Mexico and buy fresh fish and other seafood routinely. I do have a penchant for fresh Alaskan king salmon at times an have ordered from places like Great Alaska Seafood. Be prepared to pay out the ass for fresh salmon, the kings have a very short season and can cost upwards of $100/pound shipped.

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          #7
          Wild Alaskan Company has been great for some wild salmon for us. They also have white fish like halibut and cod but I haven't tried those yet: Wild Alaskan Company Review
          Last edited by JoeSousa; May 4, 2020, 09:18 AM.

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            #8
            We use https://www.alaskagoldbrand.com/ One thing we like about them is that they pre-position stock in several warehouses in the lower 48 for faster shipments.

            I’ll add https://www.mainelobsternow.com/ for dry scallops and lobster.
            Last edited by Donw; May 4, 2020, 11:42 AM.

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            • mountainsmoker
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              I use Mainelobsternow also.

            #9
            Sena (https://www.senasea.com) is excellent. The Alaskan ones will have, obviously, Pacific Ocean fish, so salmon, cod, halibut. If you want things from the Atlantic or Gulf shrimp, etc, none of the Alaskan companies will help.

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              #10
              I order from Pike Place Fish Market in Seattle and have always been happy with their service

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                #11
                I have used Vital Choice Wild Seafood for years and haven had nothing but wonderful things to say about them.

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                • Red Man
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                  Local company to me. The company I work for maintains their refrigeration. Their product definitely looks good.

                #12
                if you are looking for East Coast Oysters clams and mussels these guys are very good

                ​​​​​​https://www.americanmussel.com/products/how-to-order/

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                • EdF
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                  Nice selection!

                #13
                I generally buy all mine locally...but these guys have been around since 1939 and supply lots of restaurants. https://santamonicaseafood.com

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