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Off the hook is back! 

Sustainable seafood connects consumers directly to fishers.

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Off the Hook, Nova Scotia's Community Supported Fishery, has announced its third season. Subscription fish deliveries begin next week, but fisher Beau Gillis is heading out this week for halibut, and will be bringing the catch to the Brewery Market this Saturday, june 30; place orders for fillets, steaks or whole halibut here.

Otherwise, the regular eight-week subscriptions start Saturday, July 7. I've subscribed before, and found that it was a bit much fish for my household, so split the subscription with a friend---I'd pick up the fish one week, he the next. But the Off the Hook folks have responded, and have made available a simple "share" that is one two-to-three pound fish a week, perfect for my needs, although larger subscriptions are still available. They're also making it extremely easy for us---besides whole fish, subscribers can get fillets or steaks. see all the details here.

I wrote about my original experience with Off the Hook here.

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