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8:03 am on Monday May 7, 2012

2012 Shrimp season kicks off a bit early

Flickr User: Andrew Morrell Photography Last year the cold kept the 2011 shrimp season on hold until June, but this year local waters are teaming with the delicious little fellows.  Normally, the shrimp season starts mid to late May but this year...
4:27 am on Wednesday June 22, 2011

Cold waters deplete local shrimp population, delay season (update: season opens today)

Image by Flickr user Doug DuCap Food and Travel Nets will stay empty of tasty shrimp until late JuneUpdate June 22: South Carolina's shrimping season officially opened this morning and the first nets full of the little critters will be hitting docks...
3:33 am on Monday April 18, 2011

Mid-May launch of shrimp season could be delayed thanks to cold winter temps

Image by Flickr user Tobyotter Update April 18: While this year's Blessing of the Fleet in Mount Pleasant was as good a time as ever with music, sunshine, and the proud shrimp boats on display, there was a sadness to it. The festival did not mark...
8:22 am on Sunday April 10, 2011

Mid-May launch of shrimp season could be delayed thanks to cold winter temps

Flickr user Tobyotter While the talk of late has been about the heat, it wasn't too long ago we were all abuzz over the cold. And cold news is no good news for the shrimp season. Once water temperatures hit the low 40s, it becomes lethal to shrimp...
4:40 am on Sunday April 10, 2011

Mid-May launch of shrimp season could be delayed thanks to cold winter temps

Flickr user Tobyotter While the talk of late has been over the heat, it wasn't too long ago we were all abuzz over the cold. And cold news is no good news for the shrimp season. Once water temperatures hit the low 40s it becomes lethal to shrimp...
1:15 pm on Thursday September 10, 2009

Requets for recreational shrimping licenses are staggeringly low

Image by Flickr user atmtxImage by 20090910-shrimp.jpg Just ten years ago there were nearly 20,000 shrimping licenses handed out for the opening of the recreational season. This year's count: less than 5,000. Times are tough and shrimp are small....
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