It’s not easy catching fish at a fish market.
The Boston Fish Market, the only public fish market in Boston, is located on South Boston’s South End.
It’s also home to many of the city’s most famous restaurants and shops, like The Bluebird, and has a population of up to 500,000.
The market is open seven days a week, but it’s also packed with fish, which can cost $1 to $2 per pound.
The fish sold at the market are all caught by hand, but the prices vary.
It can cost anywhere from $10 to $20 per pound for a typical lobster or crab.
The Fish Market is also home a number of specialty fish, including salmon, herring, grouper, tuna, swordfish, and even a variety of bass.
It also hosts a fish fry and other special events.
The fish markets popularity has helped boost the city of Boston’s economy.
It has grown from about $1.5 million in 2000 to $4.5 billion in 2015, according to the Boston Consulting Group.
It’s also become a popular destination for tourists, with more than 1.6 million visitors in 2016, according the Boston Tourism Authority.