Gabe’s Fish club now comes in one single, 6lb shipment containing a variety of six different local, fresh-frozen species. We also include a bag of complimentary oysters with your first shipment.
They offer free home delivery in New England and New York – as well as very reasonable rates to the rest of the country. Fish club comes overnight via fed ex.
All packages of fish within your shipment come with recipes.
Wild local fish is a highly perishable, highly valuable resource. By filleting and freezing our fish immediately after it is caught we maintain its freshest state. By sending our fish club to you frozen – in one easy home shipment – there is no hassle with dates or pick-ups. Simply receive your fish one time, store it in your freezer and thaw each package in your fridge for a day as you are ready to cook it.
All of our seasonal seafoods come from point judith and surrounding new england ports. All of our fish is wild caught. By purchasing fish club you are directly supporting the american commercial fishermen and the communities that depend on their support! Keep the fishing tradition alive by shortening the seafood supply chain.
Welcoming him onboard are Hell’s Bay pro staffers Flip Pallot, Chico Fernandez, Andy Mill, C.A. Richardson, Rob Fordyce and Blair Wiggins who appear at special events and boat shows. Hell’s Bay is supported by over 100 pro guides on the Gulf and Atlantic coasts.
Still very active on the water at age 82, Apte continues to stay in the limelight with guest appearances on numerous TV shows, conducting seminars on all types of fishing and hosting his ninth annual fly fishing sailfish tournament this December in Guatemala.
“Stu’s considered one of the world’s best all round anglers sharing his knowledge on a wide variety of fishing subjects and one-on-one interactions at shows like Ft. Lauderdale,” said Hell’s Bay Dir. of Sales & Marketing Capt. Todd Fuller. “He’s an iconic and patient fishing educator, especially with fly, promoting professionalism, ethics and conservation practices on the water.”
Apte said,” I’m impressed with what Hell’s Bay, through owners Capt. Chris and Wendi Peterson, has done in the marine industry over the past decade. Not only through the evolution and refinements on their variety of technical flats skiffs, but taking the lead in worthy conservation groups like the Bonefish and Tarpon Trust and people causes such as fishing with the wounded war veterans like Project Healing Waters and its own Military Appreciation Program with active service personnel.
“You can’t do enough for those men and women,” said Apte, a Korean War fighter pilot.
On layovers as a career pilot for Pan Am Airlines, Stu would scout out potential international fishing destinations gaining knowledge of fishing techniques and fish species. He achieved even more experience guiding in the Florida Keys where he makes his home.
Not Yet Begun to Fight focuses on five warriors who join retired Marine Colonel Eric Hastings for a week of fly-fishing in Montana through the Warriors and Quiet Waters Foundation. Hastings, who flew missions “high above the death and destruction” in Vietnam, returned home to Montana in 1969 battling dark dreams. His solace was fly-fishing.
Montana-based directors Sabrina Lee and Shasta Grenier shadow Colonel Hastings as he reaches out to a new generation of traumatized combat veterans returning home from Iraq and Afghanistan. Through the Warriors and Quiet Waters Foundation, he leads five remarkable, intense and vulnerable young men (three marines, a soldier and a Navy SEAL) to the quiet waters of Montana. His mission is to help them find their way through the space between the war they have just left behind and the new battles they face.
Not Yet Begun to Fight, will air on MontanaPBS on November 9 at 7pm, and nationwide on PBS’ World Channel at various times November 11, 12, 16 and 17.