Fish prices are per pound of the whole fish. The average pound of whole fish will yield 35% once filleted.
Porgy (aka Knob, Red, or Jolt)
Price per pound of whole fish: $5
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What kind of fish are Porgy
Porgies are a very delicate mild fish and perfect for tacos or even fish fry! We recommend leaving the skin on to help hold the meat together while cooking (the skin peels off when it’s done cooking, but helps support the delicate fillets). Knob and Red Porgy will be the smaller fish options, while Jolts tend to be larger (3+ pounds).
The Gold Standard for Sustainably Sourced Porgy
Here at WildSeafoodMarket.com, we strive to set the gold standard for the freshest sustainably sourced Porgy in the state of Florida. When you buy Porgy online directly from WildSeafoodMarket.com we fulfill your order with the highest quality Porgy around. Our porgy is always wild-caught right here in the beautiful Gulf of Mexico. We are committed to fulfilling all of our orders in an ecologically responsible way so that future generations can continue to enjoy premium quality seafood that is never frozen, and always responsibly sourced.
How Much Does Our Porgy Cost Per Pound?
Providing supreme environmentally sourced Porgy at an affordable price is what we at WildSeafoodMarket.com do best. The price of our fresh wild-caught, never frozen Porgy goes by the pound per whole fish. To see our available prices, whether you prefer your product fileted or as a whole piece, simply select your option under the item title.
Order Wild Caught Porgy Online
When you buy Porgy online directly from WildSeafoodMarket.com in Madeira Beach Florida you are getting the best, sustainably sourced Porgy in Florida. Right from the beautiful waters of the Gulf of Mexico to your dining room table.
Florida Porgy Orders
If you are ordering Porgy from Florida select ground shipping, and you can save big.
Removing Bones from Porgy
One of the least-loved factors of enjoying this delicious fish comes down to bone removal. Porgies have a lot of bones and removing the skeleton from the raw fish is no easy task. A good trick for bone removal is to cook the fish whole and remove the fillet from cooked fish. For even better results, cook your whole porgies on the grill!
1/2 LB, 1 LB, 2 LBS, 3 LBS, 4 LBS
Filleted Skin Off, Filleted Skin On (scaled), Whole fish scaled, finned & gilled, Whole fish 'as-is' (gutted)