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Posted by The Verge on Sunday, February 24, 2018 12:30:05A couple weeks ago I was looking at my local market and saw a fish market sign on my way to work.
I looked down and saw two of my favorite fish, two of the best in the state, on sale for $14.99.
The price tag was the most ridiculous price I’ve ever seen on a fish.
The only fish I have ever paid that high was a black grouper.
It was so high I couldn’t believe it.
I thought to myself, “This is the price of a quality fish.
I could probably afford to buy a second pair for $12.”
Then I looked at the price on my phone and saw that the fish I paid $14 was a pink king salmon.
It’s been a long time since I’ve seen such a great deal, but it’s only fair that I offer this comparison to my fellow consumers in my market.
If you’re looking to stock up on a new fish, check out the Fulton Fish market.
It is one of the most reliable local markets in the South.
The fish are in very good shape, and they’re always fresh.
If your family is on a budget, then the fish market is a great place to start.
I think I could go on for hours.
The prices aren’t crazy high, and you can see that the prices are a little lower than the fish at other markets.
The bait, fish, and chips are a nice addition to your meal, but don’t be fooled by the prices.
Fulton Fish sells a wide range of fish from the bluegill to the bass, and it is known for its great prices.
I always recommend the king salmon, but if you’re buying a second piece of bait, the bass is the winner.