I'm not exactly what constitutes a "community supported" seafood market... Probably the only real "community" supported market was the Rusty Anchor, but after their bout with the law, that's all but withering on the vine. And just like FishBusterz, there real focus was on taking what was caught in the Florida Keys and exporting it... then supplying their customers with "jet-fresh" dolphin and tuna as well as either out of season or undersize snapper and grouper from South America. All perfectly legal, you see. Just somewhat on the otherside of ethical.
Eaton Street Seafood is probably the best. They do a pretty good job of supplying local product to end-level consumers.
But Chris Holland at Ibis Bay is going to try to start one. Dock to Dish is a membership-based seafood market originating in Montauk. Founded by Sean Barrett, the market will stay in touch with its members via social media and smartphones and tablets to let them know what's available.
In theory, its a good idea, but in practice, I'm not sure how I feel about this. If there's one thing we SHOULDN'T be doing... its promoting more commercial exploitation -- and exportation -- of our marine resources in the Florida Keys.
Snapper and grouper have been under constant attack, and there aren't really that many commercial fishermen who have the necessary permits to provide dolphin, tuna (other than blackfin, which are sellable under an ever-shrinking loophole) and wahoo on a commercial basis since an end was brought to charter sales. But if you believe that there aren't any more unethical charter captains (or unscrupulous anglers, for that matter) selling their catch lllegally, I have a rather nice, prime piece of ocean front real estate in Arizona that I'd like to discuss with you.
There is a tremendous blackmarket in the Florida Keys for fresh seafood, and it needs to be brought under control. Maybe this a good step in the right direction. Or maybe its not. But either way, hopefully the authorities will be monitoring and keeping an eye on who's doing what.