If you're looking for the freshest seafood in Michigan, it sounds like you'll have to check out a hot spot in Michigan's Upper Peninsula.

Peterson's Fish Market in Hancock is a family-owned business and a Northern Michigan favorite when it comes to the freshest seafood around. The fish sold in their store and restaurant comes right out of Lake Superior. Come on, it doesn't get any fresher than that.

Not only do they sell fresh fish & smoked fish to the general public. They also sell fish at wholesale prices and quantities to restaurants all over the United States. They also run a take-out style restaurant called Four Suns Fish & Chips in the summer where they sell award-winning fish fry baskets.

They can also ship their fresh or smoked lake superior fish to anywhere in the United States

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My buddy Justin went to Peterson's Fish Market a few years ago and he couldn't say enough good things about it. He stopped there while traveling to Copper Harbor, Michigan. He said the fried whitefish dinner at Four Suns Fish &Chips was amazing.

He's not the only one to talking highly about this place. Just look at the awesome reviews on their Facebook page.

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Peterson's Fish Market first opened its doors back in 1992. So, this summer as you can imagine, will be a big one as they celebrate their 30th anniversary.

Peterson's Fish Market has also been featured on the Travel Channel's Bizarre Foods: Delicious Destinations with Andrew Zimmern.

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