Seafood Foraging on Sapelo Island

The author tells the story of a four-day seafood harvesting and feasting expedition on an unspoiled island off the Georgia coast. Plus, recipes for seafood gumbo, steamed mussels, simple oyster stew, and clam spaghetti.



Casting Shrimp Net
Wilderness Southeast's Ted Wesemann makes casting a shrimp net look easier than it actually is.
GRANT COMPTON
119-080-04
Seining requires a cooperative effort.
PHOTO: WILDERNESS SOUTHEAST
On the Beach
Participants in the "Incredible Edible Seafood-Foraging Feast" walk through a part of Sapelo Island unspoiled by inhabitants or visitors.
WILDERNESS SOUTHEAST
Sapelo Island
Private ownership and environmental concern have managed to preserve a large portion of the Georgia coastal islands from development.
DON OSBY
119-080-09
Mussels steamed in wine or beer will please the most discriminating seafood gourmet
AL CLAYTON

















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