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Mike the Fish Guy: Fresh Fish in Gastonia, Belmont, Charlotte and Mt. Holly, North Carolina

Posted Nov 04 2009 10:01pm
If you are looking for fresh fish in the Gastonia, Belmont, Charlotte and Mt. Holly areas you need look no further than Mike the Fish Guy.

Mike has fresh offerings every week and you can subscribe to his weekly email list at cltfishguy@gmail.com, or give him a call at 704-756-8880.

Mike does take requests and special orders. Here is his email from last week to give you an idea of what he's got and what his weekend schedule usually looks like
This week I will be in Mt Holly from 8:00-10:00 at the "Farmers Market" and Davidson at "Campania Cafe" from 11-12:00, and Norman will be in Belmont from 8-9:30 with a variety of seafood. Below is a list of seafood offerings for pre orders this week. Please order by Friday noon and pick up in Belmont between 8:00-9:30, Mt Holly 8-11 and Davidson between 10:30-12:00 or come by and see what is available on Saturday morning.

Wahoo Loin NC $12.95/lb
Scottish Salmon Fillet $12.95/lb
Halibut Fillet Alaska $16.95/lb
Scallops Jumbo Dry MA $16.95/lb
Red Grouper Fillet, NC $15.95/lb
Red Fish Fillet NC $12.95/lb
Chilean Sea Bass Fillet $19.95/lb
Trout Fillet NC $9.95/lb
Mahi Mahi Fillet SC $13.95/lb
B liner Snapper Fillet NC $14.95/lb
Fresh Shrimp SC $11.95/lb
King Mackerel Fillet NC $11.95/lb
Yellow Fin Tuna Loin $15.95/lb
B-Liner Snapper 1-2lb whole $9.95/lb
Cobia Fillet NC $12.95/lb

Please feel free to contact me for any special deliveries or requests.

Mike the Fish Guy
704-756-8880
If you are wondering which fish are currently safe to eat and are most eco-friendly, check out this great site from the Environmental Defense Fund.

Fresh fish is full of wonderful Omega Fatty Acids which are so critical for flexibilty and strength in yoga practice. For optimum health look for ways to include Omega 3, 6, and 9 oils into your diet using fish and plant based sources.

If you are a pure vegan or vegetarian there are plenty of plant based sources for these oils including flax seed , grapeseed, olive, walnut, alomond, borage, and evening primrose oils.

Check out the WONDERFUL Gastonia Farmer's Market (if you are in my area) or any Farmer's Market near you for fresh, REAL food. Eating closer to the Earth not only tastes better, it's better for you.

Wishing you the blessings of whole, healthy food and a strong, healthy body.
Namaste.




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