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Topic: Post your favorite fish market....  (Read 5381 times)

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mooch

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Suruki Super Market
(Japanese Groceries)

(650) 347.5288

71E 4th Ave.
San Mateo, CA 94401


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Nijiya Market

San Mateo (650) 212.7398

Mountain View (650) 691.1600

San Francisco (415) 563.1901

San Jose (408) 275.6916


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western boat in SR

loch lomond bait (for crab)


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i second nijiya in s.f.
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Well Stu, kayak fishing is a lifestyle, not a hobby, sometimes you have to look at the swell report and say "Hey bud let's party"

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Cosco actually just got back from there minutes ago and got some Salmon and a little Halibut due to I have had a hard time catching one for some reason... Maybe next few weeks I need to get out to catch one...


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Take river road to hiway 1 and turn right proceed  20 miles or so until you launch. Take what you need and leave the rest. I gave up on markets. Way too much money and over 70% is farm raised.
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"Ranch-99 Market".....LOCATED in the
Pacific Asian shopping center (which is positioned) on the
West side of Albany Hill, between the Hill and the freeway.

Get off at Central Avenue
Take the first right (SOUTH) after the Shell Station

This is one of the largest asian markets.
They have EVERYTHING.....a    h u g e     display-counter of fresh fish of every type on ice.   They have stuff that no other market has, or would have.

You can get Hot Sesame Oil here for $2 (rather than $8 at Safeway).....!!!!!!!.......YES...!!!!!!.....

This is a fabulous place......
A fabulous place.........
It is so fabulous it makes your eyes bug out......
There is stuff here you've never eaten before.......
There is stuff you've never   t h o u g h t   of eating....

My GOD I love this place

Judd
« Last Edit: August 05, 2009, 08:55:08 PM by jwsmith »


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The ocean! What are we, average consumers or fishermen? The only seafood I ever buy is the occasional can of sardines, canned pink salmon, or oysters from Tomales Bay. Otherwise, there is too much bycatch, waste, and destruction involved.
May the fish be mighty and the seas be meek...


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I had to buy some rockfish from Albertsons yesterday to make Baja fish tacos.  I'm glad I did because now I will appreciate more the fillet's I take from the ocean next time.
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Tokyo Fish Market
san pablo Berkeley
clean sashimi quality in this market.  yellowtail tako saba ahi salmon (Not farmed)
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Pikes Market, Seattle
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Ranch99 off Skyline in Daly City is pretty good for dungies in a pinch.

Costco actually has some really nice, big shrimp.

Rarely buy fish, though, so not sure how they are for that.

Kook
Just a walleye fisherman from MN tryin' ta get salty!


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Costco actually has some really nice, big shrimp.

Trap-caught, I'm sure.
May the fish be mighty and the seas be meek...


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country square market in pleasant hill and antioch

i get my bait from tere sometimes too!

they have everything LIVE from lobsters , crabs , catfish , carp, frogs , shrimp , mussels ,clams ECT then they have there fresh all lined up on ice , they also have meats
i like how they sell already peeled garlic fo dollar something for a tray
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Wet= StillWaterCove
Dont wanna get wet= Phils Fish Market. Moss Landing Harbor.
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