Port Orford Caught

Our Community Supported Fishery (CSF) is a flexible online seafood market. Members pre-pay for credits which are used throughout the year to buy items directly from our evolving inventory.

When & Where do I pickup?

​Our seafood is delivered each month on a Thursday in: Eugene, Roseburg, Grants Pass, Medford, Ashland, Jacksonville, and Cave Junction.
It is delivered twice a year in: Portland, Salem, and Corvallis, with the specific dates indicated through the 'Join Now' links.
Shares must be picked up within 72 hours of the scheduled time, after which shares will be considered forgotten.

​What does it cost?

Members purchase a share for as little as $100, and as large as they’d like, in increments of $100. This becomes your credit that is used to purchase items directly from our online fish market. Members also pay an annual $25 membership fee.

How do I signup?

All CSF orders and sign-ups are accepted through Farmigo. The 'Join Now' links will connect you to our Farmigo page, where you can complete your sign-up.

How do I order?

We use weekly emails to inform you about what was caught and processed in the last week. Members login to their account and select the items they want from our online fish market. Your order can be built out over the course of several weeks, or even months.

How am I billed?

Our online fish market displays items in one pound units. Our fillets typically range from 0.85-1.15lbs. Each item you select will be marked with its exact weight and price per pound. Before you are charged, your member account will be manually adjusted to reflect actual weights.

Can I add more credit?

Yes! We encourage you to try and right size your share for the whole year, but we realize that this isn’t always an option. Feel free to start small and add more credit later.

Does my share expire?

Credits should be used by December 31 of that year. ​Balances less than $50 can be rolled into next year, if you have prepaid for the next year's fishing season.


Community Supported Fisheries reconnect people with their local food system, promote sustainable fishing practices, and strengthen the relationships between fishermen and seafood consumers.