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A friend brought me some Choptank Oysters while I was at my Moms this weekend. I have to say they have a decent salt tang to them probably due to low rain fall and higher salinity levels. Not like Chincos and others harvested closer to the ocean but decent IMO.
I just wanted to mention it to folks. Enjoy!
 

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A friend brought me some Choptank Oysters while I was at my Moms this weekend. I have to say they have a decent salt tang to them probably due to low rain fall and higher salinity levels. Not like Chincos and others harvested closer to the ocean but decent IMO.
I just wanted to mention it to folks. Enjoy!
Dave,
Spritz 'em with a salt water spray like we've done at Snood Fest.:yes:
 

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One of our old Fishing Captains, Captain Charles Ford, any of you guys remember him? told me nothing wrong with our oysters. Just sprinkle a little salt on them. PS. Best oysters I have ever eat were at the Hard Rock Casino in Tampa FL. I think they were Blue Point oysters. They were so good I had to take a picture. Been there many times, and the oysters were the same every time. View attachment 186217 View attachment 186225 View attachment 186233
 
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