Our newsletter is the lynchpin of our business. Always has been always will be. In order to keep ‘rockin’ and rollin’ we would like to keep you up-to-date on our current catch of seafood which changes weekly. Therein lies the value of the newsletter. We will also try to answer all questions (viz. “what IS Artic Char?”; “why do you folks wear mismatched socks?” and “is Landon’s hat really lime green and, if so, WHY?”) Remember a life without great food is a life misspent. So help us conquer the world one bite at a time. The newsletter at the top- you can't miss it. Click on the "Menu" link (.pdf file), open it up, scroll down and find a profusion of Southern stories, literary craziness and great seafood. Not a ShrimpNotes newsletter recepient then by all means sign up!
Next we want to connect and by that we don’t want your latitude and longitude on Google Maps. Just honor us with your e-mail address and we’ll keep you up to speed with a personally delivered newsletter twice a week. One provides a “heads-up” on our pending Thursday trip to the NC coast and the second gives you a list of what we’re returning with. This allows you to pre-order which will insure we have your selections when you arrive-packaged in ice and ready to roll. Equally important we want your suggestions and inquiries regarding fish and crustaceans you might like us to find. We love variety and if it’s cost effective we will source it out and bring it in-land. We would love to bring you into the fold of “singular, select seafood savvy souls”. Say that 3 times! (((By the way any e-mail provided to us will NEVER be outsourced to ANY other business. Promise. It’s encrypted, secured and guarded by our trustworthy dawg-Maggie. Ferocious little Lab mix. Awfully territorial.)))
Advanced Warning: We only hire folks who see the humor in this somewhat crazy life and know seafood like the back of their hand. A tricky combination.
So tune in, send an e-mail and come visit. We’re looking forward to new friends otherwise we’re just staring at tuna that ain’t talking. Boring.
And always remember : “ You can tune a guitar, but you can’t tuna-fish.” Helpful information as you travel this big ol' world.