About the program

Fresh. Healthy. Local. Convenient. Sustainable.

The Cape Cod Fish Share gives you all of this, and more. Read on for details, but there’s no substitution for letting our customers tell you what they think.

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We invite you to participate! This Community-Supported Fishery program has standards that are second-to-none, making fresh, local, healthy and sustainable easy!  And what’s more, you get this kind of top quality at a fair price.

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FreshIt simply doesn’t get any fresher than this. The fish and seafood you receive is brought from the pier to you!  Our standards are the highest ensuring traceability, qualityand service.   Please visit our Top of The Boat Catch page.

Healthy.  Eating fish two times a week is a great thing to do for your health. That’s what we deliver: enough fish to prepare two meals per week based on family/household size.  Eat the healthiest, freshest fish available!

LocalA Community Supported Fishery (CSF) is based on the same model as our produce CSA. CSFs do the same thing for fishing that CSAs do for farming, which is to support sustainable growth and prosperity. We have grown rapidly and now have Fishing Vessels from Chatham, Provincetown, Hyannis, Martha’s Vineyard, New Bedford, Falmouth, Sandwich, Nantucket and Fairhaven!

ConvenientFresh, local products are the best we can have, but our busy lives don’t always allow us to get them.  The Cape Cod Fish Share has local pick up locations to make it easy to have fresh line-caught and locally-trawled fish in our homes, and we get to support our local businesses and communities at the same time! Please check out our locations, we are adding more all the time.  For more information please visit our Locations and Calendar page.


Worth watching:

If you have 30 minutes, check out this very enjoyable film about the Chatham fishery. It illustrates how important the Cape Cod Fish Share is to the boats. Our customers provide 30-50% more income per fish, preserving a way of life.

“Longlining on the Bad Dog” video