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ALWAYS FRESH

Our fish market specializes in selling the highest quality, locally caught and processed cod, haddock, grey sole, flounder, sea scallops, and shellfish. In addition, we carry fresh swordfish and tuna. Our friendly, highly-knowledgeable staff is available to help you with your questions, concerns, and selection.

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GET LIVE LOBSTERS

We carry an ample supply of live lobsters to ensure that orders of all sizes are filled, and we're happy to cook them for an additional charge. Call the store at 508-759-7600 ex. 6 for more details or to place an order.

LET US CATER YOUR NEXT PARTY

Here's our party pick up menu of some of our Lobster Trap favorites. Orders must be placed 48 hours in advance by contacting the fish market or email info@lobstertrap.net

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THE CATCH

Here you'll find a general guide to the fish we carry regularly in our fish market. Come in and our knowledgable staff will help you choose your next catch.

COD
  • mild, white, flaky texture

  • ideal for fish and chips

  • "schrod" refers to a small cod, or haddock

  • bake, fry, grill or sautee

LOBSTER
  • sweet flavor, firm texture

  • served whole (boiled or steamed)

  • Cape Cod is best known for its Lobster Rolls

  • our lobsters are caught in Maine and delivered daily 

TUNA
  • full, robust flavor, steak-like texture
  • best prepared as sushi

  • cooks great on the grill

  • look for dark, reddish color when shopping for tuna 

SCALLOPS
  • mild, sweet, firm texture

  • great on the grill, baked, or fried

  • Cape Scallops are offered seasonally and have a sweeter flavor. They are dominant only to the Cape

SWORDFISH
  • great on the grill

  • look for pearly bright pink meat when shopping for swordfish

  • mild, very firm texture

  • cut into steaks, with the blood line in the center

OYSTERS
  • soft, plump, salty

  • oysters vary in size, taste, and shape from one harvesting area to the next

  • very high in protein 

  • best eaten "on the half shell"