Portland Fish Exchange to be Renovated

Portland Fish Exchange to be Renovated

CentralMaine.com: Fishermen around the state are hoping a million-dollar investment in the Portland Fish Exchange can breathe new life into one of the nerve centers of the state’s fishing industry.

The 28-year-old fish exchange, located on Portland’s waterfront, is critical to the state’s groundfish industry because it is Maine’s only live seafood auction, hosting sales of cod, flounder and pollock 5 times per week. The city-owned facility frequently houses ten tons of fish in a day and attracts local buyers and those from New York and Boston.

Read more about the scheduled improvements to the Portland Fish Exchange.