Seaview Crab Company

Seaview Crab Company

Something fishy is going on…and it’s not our seafood

The motto for Seaview Crab Company is “Moving Seafood Forward” but recent interactions with local government are making it difficult for us to strive toward this goal. The Environmental Health Department and the Board of Health won’t allow us to...
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Thinking of buying some local shrimp? Think again.

Getting fresh, local shrimp just got much harder, thanks to a new regulation passed by the Marine Fisheries Commission (MFC). The push has been on for several years to limit North Carolina shrimpers from harvesting their crop, and was finally successful...
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Top 10 Reasons to Protect Commercial Harvest from Special Interests

Commercial fishermen are a great source of fisheries data. Every commercial catch must be documented by law VIA the NCDMF. Their work gives us the data we need to make smart science based management decisions that ensure sustainability. If commercial...
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Denny McCuiston – Local Shrimp Fisherman

If you buy some fresh local shrimp in our markets this winter, chances are they arrived via Denny McCuiston. Born in Southport, but raised in Burlington, Denny spent his childhood summers exploring the waters and rivers of the Cape Fear region. “I came...
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Stand Up for NC Seafood!

Like the salty air we breathe, the waters of our region – the sounds, rivers, marshes and oceans- belong to everyone. We all have a stake in how our waters are regulated, but no one has the right to use those resources to the exclusion of others....
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Eat Fresh. Save Money. Live Better.

Ready to eat fresh local seafood? We’ve got you covered. North Carolina has some of the best seafood in the world. Wanting to eat fresh, local seafood, people are sometimes bewildered and overwhelmed by the array of choices in our fillet cases and...
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R.I.P Timmy Edens: Fisherman, Family Man, Friend

There is no question that without Timmy Edens, Seaview Crab Company would not be where we are today.  In our early years when we were selling crabs roadside, we learned quickly that we needed high quality shrimp in order to grow our business.  We asked...
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Yes, you can eat oysters in the summer!

Local oysters are no longer relegated to the months that have an “R” in them, thanks to the advent of the cultivated oyster. These fat, juicy, oysters can go to market anytime of the year. Seaview Crab Company currently offers two choices for cultivated...
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NC Field & Family: Seaview Crab Co. Represents a New Generation of Fishermen

  If you’ve ever visited or lived near the Carolina coast, you’ve probably cracked open a crab leg, sampled sautéed scallops or eaten oysters on the half-shell – all thanks to the state’s thriving aquaculture industry. But on the heels of...
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