I have friends still in the rest. buss. and sometimes they are willing to buy what I can bring them, and other times they won't bother calling me back...
Without a license it's hard to sell to them
How hard is it to get a license I wonder?
I don't really want to sell my tuna as I eat all of it...But, would be different if I ever caught 3 over 100lbs on the same trip...
If you ever decided to sell tuna dn restaurant bought it and someone got sick they would be in a heap of trouble. They buy from reputable shops...although you cannot stop someone from getting sick. Thing is they can trace back to the rep source and they take full responsibility. Private seller you are F'ed.
I even refuse to sell tuna to coworkers and just give it away. One sashimi dish is enough for me for months. I don't eat sushi much.
If you happen to know a place that sells sushi to restaurant you can try to sell to them for them to sell to others. But they will inspect thouroughly and not give you what you expect as they have to sell in return. I was offered 2-4 dollar a pound depending of quality of tuna un dressed whole. I'm too lazy to deal with it and rather just give it away at dock for 20 dollar so I can drive home free and not smell like fish=)
Since I am asian, I know alot of people who love sashimi though I don't deliver. If you want it, I will be home after fishing with fish whole so you can take if you request otherwise I am not coming back with anything.
Costco in Plano, TX sells fresh Ahi for $10/lb (from Phillipines
and Vietnam); they cut steaks from whole loins the same
day they put out. This tells me you're not going to get
much per pound if you want to sell your catch.