What is affecting the
price of Snow Crab?
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The 2015-16 Snow Crab season
has seen a reduction of available
crab. Alaskan and Canadian
snow crab fisheries have seen a
marked decrease in population and mature male crabs.
Scientific surveys of crab fishing regions indicate that the
over abundance of female crabs could be the result of
warming temperatures which makes the environment less hospitable to crab populations, reducing productivity, smaller stock sizes and fewer males.
" This year, 2016, is one of the hottest on record for water temperature," explained Ruth Christiansen, science advisor to the Alaska Bering Sea Crabbers Association.
Declining crab populations have been used to determine appropriate fishing levels and is a cause for concern by Alaskan and Canadian fisheries and regulatory agencies.
New fishing guidelines are expected to address fishing quotas and shortfalls.
Over 450 varieties
of LIVE SEAFOOD
and FRESH SHELLFISH
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3000 East Ponce De Leon Ave
Decatur, Georgia 30030
At the intersection of East Ponce De Leon Ave. and Laredo Drive, 2 miles inside of I-285 off of Exit #40 (East Ponce De Leon)
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Fresh & Wild Caught Seafood
Florida Shark, Amberjack & Corvina
Snow Crab from Canada
King Salmon from Alaska
Pollock from Boston
Cherystone Clams from Virginia
Crabmeat from Florida
Silk Snapper from Costa Rica
Scottish Salmon from Scotland
Sweet Wild Caught Shrimp form Georgia
Frozen Alligator Meat from Louisiana
Frozen Snow Crab Clusters
Live Maine Lobster
Live Catfish from Alabama
Live Blue Crab from Georgia
Live Dungeness Crab from Oregon
...Only salmon that share this pure Scottish island lineage and which are born, reared and harvested on the Hebrides qualify as Native Hebridean?
Did You Know?
We have the Freshest Catch!
Live Maine lobster, Live Dungeness crab,Live Blue crab, and many wild caught varieties of freshwater &
Scottish Salmon is Scotland’s number one food export and it is the first non-French food to be awarded the Label Rouge quality mark from the French Government. Best practices in farming and the pure waters found only in the freshwaters and lochs of Hebrides results in a fresh salmon has a natural rosy pink colour, firmer texture and delicious taste.
This unique Native Hebridean Salmon is heir to an ancestral
bloodline stretching back millennia. Only salmon that share this
pure Scottish island lineage and which are born, reared and
harvested on the Hebrides qualify as Native Hebridean. Only
superior quality salmon can be classed as 'Produce of the Isles'.
The Federation of Chefs Scotland gave the Native Hebridean Salmon an unequivocal “stamp of approval” for its outstanding quality, sea fresh taste, firmness and handling attributes. At a recent product evaluation session held in Scotland’s world famous Gleneagles Hotel, the representatives
of The Federation were fulsome in their praise. Download a free recipe book from Scottish Salmon.
The Seafood department has a tremendous variety of the freshest fish from all over the world.
There are over 450 varieties of whole fish, fillets, and shellfish with live seafood including Maine lobster, dungeness crab from Oregon, and live catfish from Tennessee and Alabama. Wild caught fish arrive weekly from seas as far away as Greece and New Zealand.
Customers can have their whole fish cleaned and filleted while you wait.
When visiting, you’ll be amazed at the variety, quality and value which our extensive seafood market provides. Seeing our live fish swimming in the tanks or picking out your own blue crabs is exciting for the whole family.