In the seafood industry, there are seasons for everything that is regulated by Mother Nature. For the most part, those seasons and availability are impacted by water temperature, moon phases, and tidal changes. For instance, shrimp season usually starts in April and ends in December but we sometimes go into January if we have had a mild winter and the water temperature is still warm. The same goes for our oyster season. It is widely thought that oyster season is any month with the letter ‘R’ in it but if in February the water temperature is too high the season will not open.
As far as fish, the same applies but they are also regulated by State and Federal agencies. Many species are only available at certain times of the year and/or are limited to catch by size and quantity.
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Below is a list of our local fish along with a list of other species that are available from our domestic and international fishermen.
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