Category Archives: lobster
While night fishing off the coast of Bermuda, and in the wake of Hurricane Nicole, the charter vessel Sanctuary Marine Bermuda accidentally captured a 14 pound Spiny Lobster. The ginormous crustacean was later released. The largest lobster recorded in the Guinness Book of World Records was 44 pounds. If this is what a 14 pound lobster looks like, can you image a 44 pound lobster?!?
Lots of activity @CaptJoeLobster this morning. It’s go time for #lobster season. Let’s do this! #lobstercompany #GloucesterMA
How often do you come back to check if we’ve posted something new? We try to post every hour on the hour from 6am-8pm. Did you know that?
First Calico #Lobster Of The Season @CaptJoeLobster #GloucesterMA @NEAQ Says They’re Incredibly Rare.
The New England Aquarium pegs the odds of getting one at 1 in 30 million. Read the article here
Some pretty cool stuff on there for the lobster lover in your life!
Well if this isn’t the coolest damn#Christmas #lobster decoration ever I don’t know what is. My buddy Bex added the lights. Someone from #RockportMA made the lobster trap wire lobster. I’ll find out who and credit the creator once I talk to Bex.
A lobster boat caught fire off the coast of Crane Beach in Ipswich, Massachusetts, Friday morning according to the United States Coast Guard.
They say the operator of the “Dawn Breaker” attempted to fight the fire with a fire extinguisher, but could not keep up with the flames.
The operator contacted officials with his exact location after activating a personal locator beacon, then jumped from the 28-foot ship. A good samaritan aboard a skiff safely pulled him out of the water in less than 15 minutes.
The operator was brought back to shore, where he was evaluated by EMTs.
It is unclear how the ship caught fire, but the Coast Guard called the operator a “true professional mariner” and said he did everything right after the mishap.
From NECN and CBSLocal
Hi Joey, The season’s winding down in Pigeon Cove. Here’s a one minute slice of life on the waterfront late Sunday afternoon.
Editor’s note: the season is far from over for everyone except the small part timers. We’re actually in the heart of it.
Sista Felicia’s Kitchen Menu
Captain Joe’s Lobster Chowder
Muddicca Steak Sandwich
Tomato Cucumber Salad
Sista Felicia’s Sweet Tea
Marshalls Farm Stand & Sista Felica’s Kitchen look forward to seeing you this afternoon at todays Cape Ann Farmers Market!
Captain Joe’s Lobster Chowder ~ Captain Joe’s Fresh Cape Ann Lobster served up in Dairy Based Chowder, with Farm Fresh Corn, Onion, & Potato, & Topped with Crispy Bacon & Farm Fresh Chive
***Allergy Warning– Contains Seafood , Lobster, Dairy, Bacon, Corn, Onion, Potato, Chive, Wine***
Muddicca Steak Sandwich ~ Grilled Sicilian Breadcrumb Crusted Steak Cutlets Served on Italian Bread with Sista Felicia’s Famous Basil Pesto (Pesto Contains Pine Nuts), Farm Fresh Red Roasted Peppers & Provolone Cheese
** Allergy Warnings– Ingredients; Farm Fresh Tomato, Cucumber & Red Onion, Olive Oil, Oregano, Salt Pepper, Sugar***
Sista Felicia’s Sweet Tea~ Infused with Mint & Lemon
** Allergy Warning– Tea, Sugar, Lemon, Mint***
Marshalls Farm Stand Fresh Produce
Fresh picked Corn, tomatoes, kale,beets,carrots, zucchini, summer squash, lettuce, raspberries, blueberries, basil, cilantro, dill, eggplant, cucumber, pickling cukes, sweet onions
Meeting Of The Minds. Skippers Mark Ring and Pete Mondello jawing it up before heading out lobstering @CaptJoeLobster #GloucesterMA
Sista Felicia & Marshall’s Farmstand Are All In On Local Farmers Markets! Catch Us Today @ The Magnolia Farmers Market!
Captain Joe & Son’s Lobster Dip
Marshall’s Farmstand Fresh Produce
Corn, Kale, Beets, Carrots, Zucchini, Sumer Squash, Lettuce, Raspberries, Basil Dill, Eggplant, Cucumber, Pickling Cucumber, Sweet Onion
This Morning Sista Felicia Shopped Local for the freshest ingredients for today’s menu!
Something I Haven’t Seen since 1989 At The Dock- A New Shipment of wooden (read Not Wire) Lobster Traps @CaptJoeLobster #GloucesterMA
I’d say once a month someone calls the dock looking for an old used wood lobster trap they can put a piece of glass on and turn into a decorative coffee table. The answer for as long as I can remember has been “The fishermen haven’t used wooden traps forever.”
Now with this load of wooden lobster traps it’s the first one I‘ve seen in a whole long time.
Bringing it back “Old School” at Captain Joe and Sons Lobster