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Clamtastic Farm Raised Florida Hard Clams and Davis Seafood team for some International Coastal Cleanup. ... See MoreSee Less

3 days ago

Clamtastic Farm Raised Florida Hard Clams and Davis Seafood team for some International Coastal Cleanup.

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Awesome!

I remember doing that with the Parks brothers about 5 or 6 year's ago 😎

How's the oysters? Y'all make it ok?

Few days lateπŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

We just got back from one more trip to check the farm. Let's hope for the best. Everyone stay safe. ... See MoreSee Less

2 weeks ago

We just got back from one more trip to check the farm.  Lets hope for the best.  Everyone stay safe.

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Stay safe !!!!! (we went to Steamers Weds and was told that they didn't have any oysters cause when they were pulled up they were dead, Whats happening? is there going to be problems getting oysters for a while ?)

Y'all better get them oysters. Can't have them getting damaged, these people up here are ready to eat me. I need them.

We love you, Cedar Key!!!!

Yes, stay safe!!! Hoping for the best possible scenario!!!

Be safe and Praying for the best for all. πŸ™πŸ»

I hope you all in Cedar key are bugging out?!..be safe

Prayers for all of Cedar Key , do me a favor and check on David McCumbers 😎

Stay safe....our prayers are with you πŸ™

Hoping for the best with the storm coming.

Thinking about you all. Stay safe!

Prayers!

PRAYING.

Hey, that's my boy!!!

Stay safe, men!

Prayers bro!

Stay safe.

Good luck!

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Oyster seed is looking great so far this year. Very clean and staying as singles. Should be on the plate by end of the year. ... See MoreSee Less

2 months ago

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Great News

Excellent news 😎

As we approach hurricane season we always start to prepare. This was our place in 1950. It was the only place left on Dock Street after the storm and a fire that followed. After storms things are always better and since Hermine last year clams and oysters are doing great so eat em up. ... See MoreSee Less

2 months ago

As we approach hurricane season we always start to prepare. This was our place in 1950. It was the only place left on Dock Street after the storm and a fire that followed. After storms things are always better and since Hermine last year clams and oysters are doing great so eat em up.

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My how History repeats itself! And to think my photo was taken at Low Tide, a good summer low tide, and there is still water under the building. The old photo shows it pretty high and dry?!

Gulf shrimp always seemed more plentiful the year after a storm came through. Wonder if there's data on that?

 

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