FAQS

where to buy seafood near me

As your personal Saskatchewan fishmongers, we’re here to answer all your questions. How do you order the best fish? What’s the difference between wild-caught and farmed seafood? Why is our seafood delivery service so great? Do I need to know anything about seasonality? We’ve got all your answers and more. If you don’t see what you’re looking for here, don’t be afraid to ask! Just send us a message and let us know, and we’ll be sure to update our website with your advice.

Simply put, wild-caught fish and seafood are caught from a natural habitat (lake, ocean, river), whereas farmed fish and seafood are raised in large tanks.

We source our seafood globally, but we source it from Canada whenever possible.

Most of our seafood is vacuum sealed, and when it is not an option, we bag portions into food-safe plastic bags.

We aim to get your order to you as soon as possible. We will contact the customer within 1 to 3 business days to make delivery arrangements. We hope to have orders delivered within the week of purchase.

We deliver our products to customers across the province of Saskatchewan, with our Hooked Fish & Seafood truck equipped with freezers to keep the products at their optimal temperature.

Yes. We can take orders online or by phone at 306-961-3641.

Call 306-961-3641 to discuss changes to your order up to two days before your scheduled delivery date.

Yes, as long as we have the correct address and someone is there to accept the package, we will deliver it as requested.

Because of the product’s nature, we cannot accept returns. However, would love to hear from you to discuss any issues with your purchase.

We are located in downtown Saskatoon at #2 – 702 1st Avenue North. Click here for directions.

No, we do not have recipes on hand, but we can make recommendations on how to cook the products.

Please contact us if you are interested in setting up a wholesale account. Alternatively, if you would like to retail our products in your store, please submit a request here.