If you haven’t tasted Downeast Dayboat scallops, you don’t know what scallops are supposed to taste like. Seriously. From December through May I ship fresh scallops weekly. The rest of the year I ship occasionally, like I’m doing in September this year. I have customers who tell me they can’t eat scallops that come from anyone else. Once you try my scallops, you’ll understand. If you want to know why they’re so special, check out this page. I only sell the best. I froze 200 pounds of scallops from the tail end of the Northern Gulf of Maine season so I could offer them as a special treat, because June through November is a LONG time to go without delicious scallops.
These were caught by small boat Maine fishermen plying the waters of the Northern Gulf of Maine and are the purest, most delicious scallops you can get. From the time the Northern Gulf of Maine quota is reached until the opening of Maine’s state season there are two ways to get the world’s best scallops: buy fresh farm raised scallops (which you can also do here), or buy frozen scallops.
These scallops were caught on Platt’s Bank or Jeffreys Ledge. Both varietals are super mild and tasty. Each one-pound package will be labeled with the name of the fisherman that caught them, the name of his boat and the harvest area. There will be roughly 20 scallops per one pound bag.
Scallops were vacuum sealed and frozen within 24 hours of harvest. They’ll defrost slightly in shipment but you can stick them in the freezer if you like to tide you over until Maine’s season reopens in December 🙂
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