A fish market is a marketplace for selling fish products. It can be dedicated to wholesale trade between fishermen and fish merchants, or to the sale of seafood to individual consumers, or to both. Retail fish markets, a type of wet market, often sell street food as well.

Fish markets range in size from small fish stalls, such as the one in the photo at the right, to the great Tsukiji fish market in Tokyo, turning over about 660,000 tonnes a year.

The term fish market can also refer to the process of fish marketing in general, but this article is concerned with both physical and online marketplaces.


Fish markets were known in antiquity. They served as a public space where large numbers of people could gather and discuss current events and local politics.

Because seafood is quick to spoil, fish markets are historically most often found in seaside towns. Once ice or other simple cooling methods became available, some were also established in large inland cities that had good trade routes to the coast.

Selling fish in a Quebec Market, c. 1845.
Since refrigeration and rapid transport became available in the 19th and 20th century, fish markets can technically be established at any place. However, because modern trade logistics in general has shifted away from marketplaces and towards retail outlets, such as supermarkets, most seafood worldwide is now sold to consumers through these venues, like most other foodstuffs.

Consequently, most major fish markets now mainly deal with wholesale trade, and the existing major fish retail markets continue to operate as much for traditional reasons as for commercial ones. Both types of fish markets are often tourist attractions as well.


A fishing tournament, or derby, is an organised competition among anglers. Fishing tournaments typically take place as a series of competitive events around or on a clearly defined body of water with specific rules applying to each event. They can take place on or along the edge of oceans, lakes, rivers, including ice covered bodies of water.

Fishermen compete for prizes based on the total weight of a given species of fish caught within a predetermined time. This sport evolved from local fishing contests into large competitive circuits, especially in North America. Competitors may be professional fishermen supported by commercial endorsements. Other competitions are based purely on length with mandatory catch and release. Either longest fish or total length is documented with a camera and a mandatory sticker or unique item, a practice used since it is hard to weigh a living fish accurately in a boat.

Tournaments usually involve individuals if the fishing is from the land and teams if conducted from boats. A score is awarded for each fish caught. The points awarded depend on the fish’s weight and species. Occasionally a score is divided by the strength of the fishing line used, yielding more points to those who use thinner, weaker line. In tag and release competitions, a flat score is awarded per fish species caught, divided by the line strength. Usually sport fishing competitions award a prize to the boat or team with the most points earned.Thomas Wayne Jones Sr. won the American Bass Anglers (ABA) competition in 2007. The tournament was held in November at the Harris Chain of Lakes. He was the first African American to win the ABA National Championship Tournament. Thomas Jones was awarded a 2008 Triton Bass Boat and a Championship areas.

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The FISH token provides a trilateral approach to use case services that are beneficial to fishermen, retailers, and vendors alike, all around the world. ProFish provides three main services, upon a decentralized platform that is self sustaining.

The ProFish online marketplace allows vendors, retailers, and fishermen to exchange goods and services using FISH tokens and/or Ethereum. Community Members will also be able to use this feature like an online swap meet, to sell used or custom equipment. Payments will be integrated directly into the community store.



The ProFish community website provides an integrated social platform. Not only do we have an internal social media site, but the ProFish site is built to encourage external sharing to social media sites such as Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.

Credit card companies and banks get involved in nearly every transaction and receive a fee. Since FISH is an ethereum token, fees are extremely minimal and do not go to ProFish or any centralized party. Ethereum fees are spread out among miners (individuals with PCs).

All transactions have a high level of encryption and enhanced security on the Ethereum network. All transactions are verifiable ensuring that funds are properly distributed and payments or non-payments cannot be disputed.


The FISH token provides a trilateral approach to use case services that are beneficial to fishermen, retailers, and vendors alike, all around the world. ProFish provides three main services, upon a decentralized platform that is self sustaining Online Tournaments are not a new concept- they have proven track record in the sport fishing industry. Many sport fishers are already familiar with how online tournaments work. ProFish tournaments however, will have the added benefits of low transaction fees, verifiable blockchain transactions, and the secure Ethereum network to bolster its capabilities. Online Tournament winners are rewarded in FISH token, and announced on the ProFish community page. The community web page has social media capabilities similar to that of Facebook- users can add friends, create groups, write on each other’s walls, and share their catches via our website. In addition to the social media capability of our website, we also pave the way for access to external social media platforms- share some of your proudest achievements on your favorite platforms.

Vendors and Retailers can reward their users with FISH tokens. FISH tokens will not be restricted by brand, store, or even borders. FISH tokens can be used for a services such as tournaments, online marketplace, and more. TEAM BOARD

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Online Tournaments will pay out in FISH tokens, Ethereum, and/or prizes such as rods, reels, and other gear. ProFish tournaments will have the added benefits of low transaction fees, verifiable blockchain transactions, and the secure Ethereum network to bolster its capabilities.



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