Fish market owner and former President Bill Monea says the market is booming again after an eight-month closure.
Monea was the founder and chief executive of the fish market in the city for 10 years.
Now the Fish Market is expanding and he says it is a win-win for the city.
“I have been through the market seven times and I think it is the best,” he said.
“If it wasn’t for the closure, I would be out there in the water.
I have never seen a market like this.
Moneo says the Fish market is a safe place to fish.””
We have the best prices in the state, we are able with all the things that are here, to make sure we can keep the market going.”
Moneo says the Fish market is a safe place to fish.
“We have everything you need to keep fish alive,” he added.
But the Fish markets are still closed to the public. “
And the fish are always alive and the fish don’t have to go to the market.”
But the Fish markets are still closed to the public.
Fish Market owner and longtime President Bill Mallon is hoping to reopen soon.
“This is my third market in New Jersey.
This is one of the biggest fish markets that is still open,” he told ABC News.
Mallon says he has received more than 50 phone calls from people wanting to fish, but they can only go up to the top level.
“People are calling us and saying, ‘Can I come and fish at the top?
I think I can make it,'” he said, explaining they need a permit.
Mover in the marketMonee says the new Fish Market will be a new model for the industry.
“It is going to be a safer, more secure place to be.
You will be in your own community and you will have a community that will not be intimidated by someone who is trying to sell you something.”
The Fish Market now has about 40 to 50 employees, and is expanding with new kiosks and fish cages.