Delicious boat run shrimp are caught by diligent fishermen off the coast of North Carolina. If you are looking to add the perfect shrimp to your next dish, look no further than these raw shrimp that are as fresh as the day they were pulled out of the Atlantic Ocean!
Fresh or Frozen: Fresh
Country of Origin: U.S.A.
Scientific Term: Caridae
Count: 21/25 mostly, but boat run shrimp sizes will vary.
Weight: 1 lb.
Delicious fresh North Carolina shrimp! So happy to be able to find fresh seafood from the USA.
My sister has lived on Hilton Head Island for decades and when we visit her, we always get our fill of the fresh Carolina shrimp. The Carolina shrimp FM sells are just as delicious as the shrimp we eat when visiting my sister. I highly recommend them, they are delicious...
Raw Boat Run Shrimp (From North Carolina Waters) - 1 lb.
Purchased for shrimp Mozambique, would be perfect for cocktail as well. So fresh, will buy again
They were awesome as always!!!
So Yummy & Fresh. I bought Extra & Froze it for Another Meal.
Great prices. Great quality. My go to for the freshest seafood around.
The people that are saying the claws are dry you guys are over heated it.
Great place..quality seafood
Exceptional Seafood & Service. Thank you!
I was so impressed with this crabmeat. I enjoyed it by itself, with melted butter. Sometimes when seafood is previously frozen, it's water logged and loses its taste. That wasn't the case with this. It had amazing flavor without the hassle of shelling the meat!
It was packaged in such a way that I could cook it all in one pan. And there was more than enough for two people. It was delicious.
The salmon and tuna we got last week was great couldn’t ask for any better
I have family that brings down orders for me when they come to visit
I love all the products at Fisherman’s market seafood. So fresh and great prices. The Jonah crabs were delicious. I tried to get them this week but no luck. Will keep trying
I’ve never been disappointed everything I buy from there is also
Swordfish was good. Lobsters were good, but one was a cull. Oysters were the worst I ever had.