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Beals Lobster Pier

Beals Lobster Pier

If you don’t want to cook your Lobster, or don’t have a place to do that. It takes between 7-8 years for a lobster to reach 1 pound. You are departing from our boat right at Beals Lobster Pier! You may bring your Lobster right to the Restaurant, and for a small charge they will […]

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How to clean a fish

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Things You’ll Need For Cleaning Your Fish Work table A good fillet or fish-cleaning knife Scaling tool, or a dull knife or a spoon Container for the cleaned fish, zip-top bags work great Bucket for scales and discarded fish parts How to Fillet a Fish When cleaning your fish, filleting means cutting out the meat […]

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Back in the harbor

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After a long day of fishing, we all decided to take a break and head out for a bite to eat. You can’t beat the Maine coast for fresh seafood!

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A bit about lobsters

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It has been estimated that lobsters live up to 70 years old, although determining age is difficult. In 2012 a report was published describing how growth bands in calcified regions of the eye stalk or gastric mill in shrimps, crabs, and lobsters could be used to measure growth and mortality in decapod crustaceans. Without such […]

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