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Shrimp Recipe – Peel and Eat

Monday, January 14th, 2013

Shrimp Recipe

This recipe works great Jumbo shrimp, the fresher the shrimp the better

Ingredients:

3 pounds fresh jumbo shrimp

3 gallons water

6 table spoon old bay

6 table spoon tony chachere’s creole seasoning

4 fresh lemons

 

Directions:

Using an outdoor propane burner with stock pot and drain basket bring water to a rolling boil. Add seasoning and quartered lemons. Place heads off shrimp into boiling water until they turn pink. Immediately remove and rinse with cold water to stop the shrimp from further cooking. Serve and eat immediately.

 

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Beaufort Fishing Forecast for November

Thursday, November 1st, 2012

Fishing Forecast Beaufort, SC

As the days become shorter and the temperature slowly drops many fish go into a feeding mode to fatten up for the winter. Some of the best shrimping and fishing of the year is here so let’s sharpen our hooks and mend our nets to get after them.

This month’s feature is Shrimping

beaufort sc shrimping

Coolers and coolers of shrimp! You can boil em, bake em, broil em; put em in a stew…you name it. Shrimp are the fruit of the ocean and we have some of the world’s best shrimping here in our back yards. We generally fish for shrimp by throwing a cast net around the estuary creeks or when the conditions are right we will toss into local deep holes, known as deep hole shrimping. This is a true low country tradition and if you have not had the opportunity to go shrimping I would put it high on the list of things to do.

Inshore Fishing

Bull red fishing is in full swing, these bruisers are everywhere. Look to catch redfish in the 25-40 pound range along good numbers of whiting. Speckled sea trout will be feeding heavily; it’s not uncommon to catch 20-30 trout on a half day trip this time of year. Also look to catch good numbers of red fish as they start to school up on the flats. As the water continues to cool down the deep hole shrimping will be in full swing. Spend a few hours with us catching shrimp the low country way…with a cast net on a pristine fall day.

Wreck Fishing

Bull reds will be all over the wrecks this time of year. Also look to catch good numbers of weak fish (summer trout) and sea bass. This is also one of the best times of the year to fish the live bottom areas for big snapper and grouper, sea bass, jacks and cobia. If you’re looking for a trip with non-stop action this is it. Due to the fact that these wrecks are located in open water we generally look for light winds and calm seas to go offshore.

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Beaufort Fishing Forecast for October

Monday, October 1st, 2012

Fishing Forecast Beaufort, SC

By this time of the year were starting to see our first mild cold fronts which in turn will drive our fall fishing into full swing. The inshore waters are loaded with bait and the fish are taking advantage of this as they begin to feed up for the winter. Weather is less of a factor inshore, and we will still be looking for calm days to venture out towards open water.

This month’s feature is Bull Redfish

beaufort sc bull redfish - monster redfish

When we talk about bull redfish we are referring to the largest of redfish; many weighing over 30 pounds. These bruisers move into our inshore waters after they spawn and are a true trophy fish for any angler. Bull reds are not only sought after for their great size but also for their power as a great fighting bottom fish. This is the last large fish to push into our inshore waters before winter so get out and enjoy a day on the water fishing for the big bulls.

Inshore Fishing

There are still quite a few tarpon around but we will see less of them as the bull redfish move in. Look to catch good numbers of redfish in the 25-40 pound range along with a good numbers of sharks and whiting. This is also a great month to fish the flats for tailing redfish. Moreover, the redfish will be stacked up along the oyster bars and creek mouths.Speckled sea trout will be moving in and feeding heavily; it’s not uncommon to catch 20-30 trout on a half day trip this time of year. Shrimp season is in full swing…if you enjoy eating shrimp, try eating them on the same day that you caught them.

Wreck Fishing

Bull reds will start to take over the wrecks this time of year. Also look to catch good numbers of weak fish (summer trout) and sea bass. This is also one of the best times of the year to fish the live bottom areas for big snapper and grouper, sea bass, jacks and cobia. If you’re looking for a trip with non-stop action this is it. Due to the fact that these wrecks are located in open water we generally look for light winds and calm seas to go offshore.

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Steamed Shrimp

Saturday, July 14th, 2012
This recipe works great Jumbo shrimp, the fresher the shrimp the betterIngredients:
3 pounds fresh jumbo shrimp
1/3 gallons water
6 table spoon old bay
6 table spoon tony chachere’s creole seasoning
4 fresh lemons
Directions:Using an outdoor propane burner with stock pot place a red brick under drain basket to keep it above water level. Add water and quartered lemons and bring a rolling boil. Place heads off shrimp into drain basket and sprikle with seasonings. Cook until they turn pink. Immediately remove, serve and eat.
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