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suffolkowner

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what is the secret to good lobster or scallops. Ive had lots of good over the years but lots where it was liking chewing rubber
 

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what is the secret to good lobster or scallops. Ive had lots of good over the years but lots where it was liking chewing rubber
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I'm not a huge fan of shellfish either with the exception of scallops, but once you've had it essentially off the pier, the stuff that is available to us in Central Canada simply can't compare. Fresh water fish is the same. In n/w Ontario I could get a Walleye meal basically off the town dock (or even better, a shore lunch), but the stuff available at the stores is not the same. We do have a small Metis commercial fishery here so their stuff is pretty close.
 

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seems sort of similar with halibut. Ive almost never found halibut in the maritimes. Haddock yes and Cod yes but hardly ever any Halibut
 

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seems sort of similar with halibut. Ive almost never found halibut in the maritimes. Haddock yes and Cod yes but hardly ever any Halibut
The commercial groundfish industry was decimated in the 90s, NL Cod got all the attention in the media, but it was all over the Atlantic region that things were closed. Some fisheries came back, some didn't.

When I was young my father was gone from Monday to Saturday as long as the Northumberland Strait was free of ice, after the groundfish seasons closed, he was home a lot more often.
 
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