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Lowcountry Catch
Fisher

Lowcountry Catch was started in Fall of 2008 by Will McNelis. Will has been a commercial fisherman in the Charleston, SC area for 10 years, mainly as an oysterman. He works with his brother-in-law, Jeff. Will and Jeff are closely tied to the commercial fishing communities in Awendaw, McClellanville, and Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina, an area known as the lowcountry. The commercial fishing industries in this area (mainly shrimping, oystering, and clamming) have been on the wane for the past 20 years. Development is encroaching and bringing with it all of its problems, but the main enemy of South Carolina commercial fishing is imported seafood. Lowcountry Catch began as a way to get fresh, local seafood from the South Carolina Lowcountry to the seafood eaters. Will and Jeff want to build a brand and have people care about what they are eating in restaurants as well as their homes. They want them to ask for demand to only be served local seafood. Support your local commercial seafood industries. Eat well and live well.

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Overnight Delivery
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Distribution Notes

Delivery available in South Carolina, please contact Lowcountry Catch for delivery information outside of this area

4 Results on 1 pages
Seafood
Product
Seafood
Origin
Harvest
Method
Sustainability
Ratings/Scores
Seafood
Cert.
Brown Shrimp
((Farfante) Penaeus aztecus)
South Carolina, USATrawl
Eastern Oysters
(Crassostrea virginica)
South Carolina, USAOpen/Uncontained
Hard Clams
(Mercenaria mercenaria)
South Carolina, USAOpen/Uncontained
White Shrimp
((Lito) Penaeus setiferus)
South Carolina, USATrawl