Fresh Caviar & Wild Georgia White Shrimp
From Our Boat to Your Door!
Good News! We have fresh caviar!
The season was slim and it is selling fast.
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* CAREFULLY PACKED * FAST DELIVERY
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"My Name is Howell Boone..
My family has been in the Seafood Business for three generations,
shrimping with our own boats, processing the catch at our docks on the river in Darien,
Georgia, about 65 miles south of Savannah.
I started my company, Walter's Caviar, in 1980. The Atlantic Sturgeon fishing has been closed for a few years,
so we have been selling one of the very best wild-caught sturgeon called Hackle-Back Sturgeon.
"About The Sturgeon..
The Sturgeon spends a major portion of its life in the lower reaches of the rivers, but swims up freshwater streams to spawn.
Sturgeon produce roe of a glistening black
to nicotine color, with beads 1/16 of an inch or less. These eggs should burst between your tongue and the roof of your mouth.
The best caviar is made from sturgeon brought in for processing immediately after being caught. Experience in judging the quality is
crucial, and upon removal, the processing time is also critical. I was very fortunate to learn the techniques used by
the most advanced Russian caviar processors, resulting in a world-class
quality caviar. And my caviar is only made from true sturgeon roe, which is comparable to the caviar from Russia and
Iran. The nutty flavor of caviar varies from sturgeon to sturgeon - that is part of the allure of these pearls of the sea.
"Fresh Wild Georgia Shrimp..
Most succulent of all the shrimp in the world,
our Fresh Wild Georgia shrimp are caught daily with turtle-safe nets just off the white sandy beaches of the Georgia Coast. Walter's Caviar will ship
fresh Georgia shrimp direct
to you. Depending on seasonal availability, the shrimp may also be
ship IQF or fresh frozen. Don't miss the boat - order Wild Georgia White Shrimp!
|"Technology Development of the Nets..|
The technology developed to release jellyfish from the shrimp nets in the 1950s and 1960s was modified in the 1980s to prevent sea turtles from being trapped in the shrimp nets. The devices are called TEDs (Turtle Excluder Devices).
The US Coast Guard reports that Georgia Shrimpers have a 99% compliance rate with the federal regulation requiring the use of the TEDs.
In the 1990s shrimpers
designed an environmentally-friendly By-catch Reduction Device (BRD) to allow small fish to escape their nets. Continuous modifications of the TEDs have resulted
in releasing other by-catch species as well.
Shrimp naturally thrive in Georgia waters, and their presence has influenced a way of life. Wild Georgia Shrimp are pulled directly from their natural environment, delivered to the dock,
then to your table. They meet strict U.S. environmental and food regulation standards and they're certified to assure quality.
"Have You Been Tricked?..|
Sitting at a table overlooking the water, you order shrimp skewers. After all, the shrimp boats are right at the dock. You're probably eating their catch, right? NOT NECESSARILY!
85% of the shrimp eaten in the U.S. is imported, and most likely pond-raised. Look for the Wild Georgia Shrimp logo certification to be sure.
Support our local shrimping industry!
please check our "Frequently Asked Questions"
for information and recipes.