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Select a Region and Find Fresh Seafood Near You

Looking for quality, wild-caught seafood that comes from a local source?

Louisiana Direct Seafood connects you with fishermen and local dealers to directly purchase fresh, delicious shrimp, crabs, fish and other seafood… one step away from the boat.

We are a seafood portal, helping consumers find the latest catch from local waters in one of two ways:

  1. Check the ‘Fresh Catch’ messages in each region as fishermen and retailers post what they’re selling and how to buy.
  2. Search our full list of Sellers, by region or by species, to make a connection.

You take it from there—call for pricing, packaging and pick-up. Consider us your seafood ‘matchmaker’!

Find Your Fresh Catch!

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Fresh LIVE blue crabs!

Stop by to get yours today at 1911 Pujol Rd in Lake Charles; call (337) 437-8183

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Granger’s Seafood has FROGS! Whole frogs caught fresh and frozen, vacuumed packed. They also have local, packaged E-Z peeled shrimp in various sizes, fresh peeled crawfish,  crab meat and alligator filets. Call Cheryl at (337) 898-2368 at 9545 Placide Road,…

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CALL ANGELA FOR DETAILS 985-637-0896 985-594-2067

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Big & Beautiful LOUISIANA SHRIMP for Sale

Call Angela for Details 985-637-0896 985-594-2067

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Shrimp for Sale!!!

Here at Faith Family Shrimp Company we have big and beautiful Louisiana caught shrimp for sale!! For more information call Angela Portier at 985-637-0896!!

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Des Allemands catfish

We are now catching Lake Des Allemands catfish, fresh water sweet. Caught and processed the same day. We sell fresh and frozen, retail and also wholesale, USDA. It just doesn’t get any better. These catfish are so good it ought…

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