Pink shrimp are the most famous Florida species. The Key West Pinks are the same species as the hoppers, but they mature on the coral sand bottoms of the Tortugas and develop the distinctive pink ... Read More
Rock Shrimp get their name from their very hard shell. They are only caught at night and in deeper water than regular shrimp. Virtually all Rock Shrimp are caught by boats equipped with on board ... Read More
Royal Red Shrimp are a deep water bright red shrimp caught mostly off of Florida’s Coast and a few places in the Gulf of Mexico. The shrimp have large heads, long antennae and feelers and very ... Read More
Royal Red Shrimp are a deep water bright red shrimp caught off of Florida’s East Coast and a few places in the Gulf of Mexico. The shrimp have large heads, long antennae and feelers and very ... Read More
Scallops resurfaced as one of the nation’s 10 favorite seafood items in 2003, when Americans devoured a total of 96 million pounds of meats, according to Seafood Business Magazine . We carry a ... Read More
White Shrimp are harvested on the Atlantic Ocean side from Cape Canaveral north and from the Ochlockonee River mouth to Louisiana. The two main seasons for this species are late spring to June and ... Read More
Brown Shrimp are found in Florida waters west of Apalachicola Bay to Texas. Brownies (as the shrimpers call them) tend to be found in deeper waters with higher salinity than the white shrimp.