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SNAPPER
SNAPPER
SNAPPER  There are 17 types of snappers harvested from the Gulf of Mexico, Caribbean and South Atlantic waters. Snappers are prized for their tasty white meat. Because the lane snapper lives in a wide range of habitats, they are opportunistic predators, feeding on a variety of prey.
 american red snapper whole LOCAl wild FL
AMERICAN RED SNAPPER
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WILD LOCAL
American red snapper are a prized food fish and are caught commercially, as well as recreationally. Sweetly mild and flaky, red snapper is a very popular fish that has medium firm meat and edible skin. The vibrant red color of these fish comes from high levels of carotenoid pigments, coming from shrimp in their natural diet.  Fine textured, mild white meat.
hog snapper, hog nose, hog fish, FL wild HOGFISH SNAPPER -  WILD LOCAL
Some of the best tasing snapper around is the hog-nose snapper, hog fish or hog snapper- and it is not even a true snapper but rather from the wrasse family. Hogs tasty white meat is one of the most expensive snappers available due to their method of capture. Hogs can be spear caught only.

lane snapper whole and FL wildLANE SNAPPER -  WILD LOCAL
The lane snapper, like other species of snapper, is prized for its tasty white meat. Because the lane snapper lives in a wide range of habitats, they are opportunistic predators, feeding on a variety of prey.

  mangrove snapper whole and FL wild
MANGROVE SNAPPER
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Mangrove have a sweet, white meat that makes them a great choice in snapper. They feed on crustaceans and small fish. Most impressive about mangrove snapper is their yield, or the amount of edible meat on each fish. This allows for a better price margin than their high end counterparts the hog and American red.
 mutton snapper whole and FL WILD
 MUTTON SNAPPER -   WILD LOCAL
The Mutton Snapper is a firm and tasty fillet and in high demand in seafood & sushi restaurants because of their white texture meat. It is very easy to prepare in a variety of ways and excellent when baked whole.  
 

yellowtail snapper and Florida WILD

 

YELLOWTAIL SNAPPER-   WILD LOCAL 
This delicate, nutritious fish can be compared in texture and flavor to its cousin, the Florida red snapper and can be seasoned and cooked in a variety of ways. Well managed and sustainable, these are a true Florida and Keys delicacy.Characterized by a prominent lateral yellow stripe running from snout to tail, this snapper is considered by culinary experts to be one of the tastiest fish harvested fresh from Florida waters.

 

 

  
 

 

  

 

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