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Old 07-06-2015, 06:36 AM   #1
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Maine Lobstah!!!

We finally had the chance to sit down to a Lobstah feast. This will just be one of many til we have to leave the end of Aug.
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Did you boil it with some sea weed in the pot?
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Old 07-06-2015, 07:49 AM   #3
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We are at Moorings in Belfast Maine. Are you finding any decent prices on those beauties? I'm still making payments on the two be bought.

Thirty dollars for two that might have weighed 1.5 lbs each. Probably not that big.

We cook our own too.
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Maine Lobstah!!!

Go past Bah Hawbah. Every road to the right leads to the shore or a cove. THIS is the REAL Maine folks!
The lobstah botes will sell them much cheaper, (and FRESHER) as they don't need to ship it to market, and no final seller mark-up.
Best places are between Whiting and Lubec.
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We spent a month last year in Harrington and the owner of the campground cooked & delivered them to your RV for $7lb. I paid $7.50lb. for the ones you see cooked. Didn't eat them all at one sitting, picked the meat on a few for a humongous Lobstah salad the next day. We're also planning on macaroni salad w/lobster, shrimp, and crab meat with corn on the cob. It's a vicious cycle...losing pounds all winter, to come here to put 'em back on.
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No worries Ramets.

Thanks for the tip Dave. Heading to Bar Harbor on Wednesday for a couple of nights then onward North to the border.
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No worries Ramets.

Thanks for the tip Dave. Heading to Bar Harbor on Wednesday for a couple of nights then onward North to the border.

Great. Good prices in NB CA too. Blueberries are full mid August.
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We spent a month last year in Harrington and the owner of the campground cooked & delivered them to your RV for $7lb. I paid $7.50lb. for the ones you see cooked. Didn't eat them all at one sitting, picked the meat on a few for a humongous Lobstah salad the next day. We're also planning on macaroni salad w/lobster, shrimp, and crab meat with corn on the cob. It's a vicious cycle...losing pounds all winter, to come here to put 'em back on.

I will guess it was Sunset Point

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Sure you have to rub in in!!!..


Not many lobsters here in Kentucky.
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Had two for lunch today. They were probably 1 1/4 lb each with fries and slaw. $25. My wife and I split the order. They were outstanding.

What is the thing with "soft shell lobsters". I know about soft shell crabs.
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We are at Moorings in Belfast Maine. Are you finding any decent prices on those beauties? I'm still making payments on the two be bought.

Thirty dollars for two that might have weighed 1.5 lbs each. Probably not that big.

We cook our own too.
Peak season pal! LOL
It's running about 12/lb here in Concord NH.

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Had two for lunch today. They were probably 1 1/4 lb each with fries and slaw. $25. My wife and I split the order. They were outstanding.

What is the thing with "soft shell lobsters". I know about soft shell crabs.

They molt their old shell the new one is thin and softer. Their muscles have more room in the new shell so they can grow again. I applaud those that think they are not as good. The price drops! And they are a bit sweeter. Woot.
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Used to live in Cutler, ME. I remember one summer paying close to $2 per pound. Cheaper than chicken.
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