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Live Yellow Rock Crab
Local Colossal Yellow Rock Crab
Pot with Colossal Yellow Rock Crab Boil
California Yellow Rock Crab Fisherman
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Live Jumbo Rock Crab, each

Regular price
$14.40
Sale price
$14.40
Regular price
ordering closed
Unit price
per 

Only available for pickup this Saturday in Dana Point and Orange. Online pre-order required.

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IMPORTANT: PLEASE READ EXPLANATION OF PRICING BELOW

DESCRIPTION

Yellow rock crab are found from Magdalena Bay, Baja California north to Humboldt Bay in Northern California. We harvest them from the Pacific Ocean in our backyard and bring them directly to our Orange County farmers market locations.

Paired with corn, potatoes, and Old Bay, rock crab make for a delicious crab boil.

Leftovers can be enjoyed in a chilled crab salad. Save and freeze the shells for a tasty homemade seafood stock.

Scientific name: Metacarcinus anthonyi

PRICING

Sold in increments of 5 crabs

Quantity = number of crabs

For example, "Quantity: 3" = 3 crabs (~4.5 lbs)

Average Weight: 1.2-1.8 lbs each

Current Market Price: $9/lb

Crab is ordered per piece (based on approximate weight of 1.6 lbs) and charged per pound after pickup. Your online order pre-authorizes a charge for the specified amount. The final charge will be run after pickup based on actual weight.

*If you would like smaller or larger crabs, please indicate that in the "notes" field during checkout. We will do our best to accommodate your request, but we cannot guarantee specific sizes.

PICKUP & DELIVERY

As this is a live product, please bring an ice chest with ice packs or frozen water bottles. Live crab should not come into direct contact with ice (fresh water) and should not be submerged in water.