Marc hard at work cleaning the hull
Wow this is great! Lots of people are curious about the Octopus we catch and sell but feel abit unsure how to cook it or how it might taste. Well Bryon over at Fry’s Bread in Vic west has a great idea Octopus Pizza take a look ; https://www.facebook.com/pages/Frys-Red-Wheat-Bread/110250189058440
Something new this year! A Pink only share or the How to feed a family share ! Pink salmon contain the same high nutritious value as sockeye or coho. They have a milder taste then their high class brethren and for children that is sometimes just the thing to introduce them to salmon. They are also half the cost of sockeye or coho; a $200.00 whole pink share has over 70lbs of salmon – about 20 to 30 fish. They are great barbequed or baked with butter and tarragon. They smoke well, are perfect for making salmon cakes and ideal for canning. Biologically pinks are a real success story, yet they are barely harvested by the small boat fleet due to the low prices paid by the fish companies and the high cost of fuel. At Michelle Rose CSF we see this as a opportunity to get more people eating salmon and give young and larger families a great way to enjoy some great seafood.
Take a look at our website at michellerosecsf.com to learn more about the CSF and all the different shares available.
The early bird draw, get your member share form and a cheque dated March1 or earlier to be in the draw for 2 people for a days cruise and prawn fishing in the southern gulf islands and a chance to see how a commercial boat works.
Last winter sports fishing in Saanich Inlet. Looking forward to this year’s season! Learn about new share options here.
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Order before March 1st to qualify for this offer…
Choose your share type then complete and send this form by March 1, 2015 with your cheque (dated March 1, 2015 or earlier) and you will be entered in a draw to win a two spots on a pre‐season cruise in the Southern Gulf Islands where we will catch and eat prawns. Valued at $400.