What's wild caught and farm raised fish?
Farm Raised- Consists of raising fish commercially in tanks, enclosures and controlled pens across the country usually in lakes, ponds, rivers and oceans. Due to their compact living situations and feed, they tend to have more diseases, toxins, artificial dyes, antibiotics and contain more fat then compared to their wild caught versions
Wild Caught - These fish tend to be higher in Omega 3 fatty acids, protein and contain very low levels of disease as well as being free from antibiotics, pesticides & artificial dyes. Wild caught are obviously free to roam about the ocean and find their own food which results in them containing less fat than the farm raised versions. While mercury can be an issue with wild caught, it can be just as much of an issue with farm raised fish that are raised in the ocean. The only down side is that wild caught fish tend to cost 3-4 times more than farm raised fish.
Where is your fish from?
All of our Cod, Flounder and Striped Bass and Tuna are locally caught between Rhode Island and Southern Maine. It is caught by a fisherman with a rod and reel, not large drag nets. Each fish is hand cut by us either at sea or on land.
Our fresh Sockeye Salmon is flown in from Alaska on the same day it is caught.
Where do you deliver and how does delivery work?
We deliver to one designated spot in the locations listed below as well as offer home delivery to Borough Park, Flatbush and Williamsburg (see below for details about home delivery). If you'd like a delivery in your town, please contact us via this link. If you need assistance in picking up your order please be in touch.
NY: West Hempstead, Cedarhurst, Forest Hills, Jamaica Estates, Crown Heights, Flatbush, Staten Island, Manhattan, Monsey, New Rochelle, Williamsburg, White Plains.
NJ: Edison/Highland Park, Lakewood, Morristown, Mountain Lakes, Passaic, Teaneck, West Orange.
CT, MA, RI: New Haven, Brighton, Newton, Sharon and Providence.
Under Which Hechsher is Kosher Catch?
Kosher Catch is under the hashgacha of Rabbi Avrohom Raskin, Chabad of Southern Vermont.
What's the best way to care for my fish?
Please do not rinse any of the fish when you receive it. Only rinse the fish just prior to cooking. Chlorinated water speeds up the spoiling process. This fish can be frozen, pat it dry and store in ziplocks. Remove from freezer and place in fridge about 24 hours before your desired cooking time.
Can I come fishing with you?
Yes! If you are interested in booking a fishing trip, please inquire via this link.
Where do you deliver and when?
We currently deliver to Borough Park, Flatbush and Williamsburg. Delivery day is once a month, Thursday (see top of this page for the next delivery date). Delivery times are between 11am and 9pm. Please note that this is a pilot run and all details are subject to change.
Until when can I order?
Until Monday prior to delivery, 9PM.
How will the delivery arrive?
We deliver the fish fresh and it is kept cool until delivery. If someone will be home to accept the order we will give it to that person. The fish will need to be refrigerated immediately. If no one will be home you can leave a cooler outdoors (it should contain ice or ice packs) or we can supply a cooler for you at a cost of $20.
Important note: This is a perishable product, we do not take responsibility for the fish once it has been delivered via the method you choose.
What is the cost of delivery?
Orders over $75 cost $10. Orders over $150 are free. The $5 handling fee applies to all orders.