A local photographer, Ray Larose, recently went out for a day on the F/V Rimrack to go scalloping with Mike to capture the reality of commercial fishing which is a daunting task and seldom authentic.
The story and words give a true glimpse into Mike’s daily life at sea by a very talented guy and super photographer !
Stay tuned for Ray’s blog about a day squid fishing off Nantucket.
Another terrific season for catching such beautiful Atlantic Sea Scallops has ended. Our off-the-boat dock sales are a great way for neighbors and communities ability to access seafood directly off the F/V Rimrack, while coming down and enjoying the adventure of seeing NH’s working waterfront. We take tremendous pride in bringing premium quality seafood to people who value best of the best in taste and price.
Currently our planned schedule is to squid and fluke fish on the Cape until mid-summer, when we will return to Rye Harbor to resume scallop/herring/groundifshing….whatever way, if any, to keep the boat running. A wait and see….
We recommend sending us your emails or call to be added to our ‘ALERT’ list for future fishing efforts. We welcome any feedback, thoughts or ideas, and appreciate the support of our communities to help us continue to do what we love doing….fishing ! Capt.Mike, Padi and crew Kelsea and Brian.
Saturday(4/25) and Sunday(4/26), pickup at either 12noon or 5pm. Call 603.343.1500 to reserve your share of the catch!
Photo – Last night’s dinner… Rimrack Fish scallops of course! lettuce, thin julienned daikon radish and zucchini, calamari olives, feta cheese and our own kimchi.
A word from the Captain (nice guy from Rye) and Padi –
Scalloping has been steady this year and quality/size/texture, etc has been outstanding. In a couple of weeks we will off to the Cape for squid fishing. Before we head south, we highly recommend at this time to stock your freezers with our local scallops for a constant supply of these sea jewels. Rimrack scallops are the best of the best…..Shucked with care, cleaned with pride and kissed by the sea! The point is, that last year after returning from squidding (mid July), we weren’t able to resume scallop fishing until Dec15th. Things may be good this summer, but as it is with fishing, there are no guarantees, so plan ahead accordingly.Now is the time to freeze and load the freezers!
Taking orders now to reserve your share of the catch this Saturday(4/18) & Sunday(4/19), 12noon and 5pm pickup, and Saturday (4/25) & Sunday (4/26). Call 603.343.1500
We are out catching scallops on this beautiful day. Call 603.343.1500 to reserve your share of the catch for Sunday 12 noon pickup at Rye Harbor. We do expect to sell out but check in with us tomorrow to see if there are any left available.
Photo: As our customers know, our #1 mission are RimrackFish scallops shucked with care, cleaned with pride and kissed by the sea! Capt. Mike loving his mission!!!!
Word from the Captain today……. “there are going to be some very, very happy people tomorrow!”
Call 603.343.1500 to reserve your scallops off-the-boat. Pickup at 12noon or 5pm both Saturday and Sunday.
Thanks Helen for the How to Cook Scallops link….pretty much how we recommend and cook our scallops! We would add to dry off the scallops before searing and cook to slightly translucent in the middle as they continue to cook out of the pan. Do not overcook !! (Can’t imagine without fresh lemon or lime juice)