When are Maryland blue crabs in season?

Answer Maryland crabs are a famous regional delicacy. The crabbing season runs from April 1 to December 31, according to the Maryland Blue Crab website. As long as Maryland crabbing regulations are foll... Read More »

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When do blue crabs shed in Florida?

Blue crabs shed their shells, or "molt," year-round as they grow. Females can molt 18 to 20 times in a lifetime, and males 21 to 23 times. Crabs just beginning to molt are called "peelers" and are ... Read More »

When does the maryland crab season end?

Crabbing season in Maryland runs from April 1 to December 15. Soft-shelled male crabs may be harvested during the entire season. Hard-shelled male crabs may be harvested according to size from Apri... Read More »

Is there any place to get Maryland style old bay steamed crabs in the San Francisco bay area?

You mean soft shell crabs. Not that I know of. The Pacific fish are different from Atlantic.

How do blue crabs reproduce?

The blue crab, scientifically known as Callinectes sapidus, lives for approximately three years. This crustacean reaches maturity around 12 to 18 months of age, at which time it is able to mate and... Read More »