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    Default Charleston Oysters

    Looking for a place to grab bushels of oysters in the Charleston area. We do a couple get togethers with the work guys and always do oysters and BBQ.

    We used to have a guy in Mcclellanville and get them right off the dock when he got back. The fella passed away so just looking to see if yall had someone. Trying to keep it local.

    Thanks
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    a couple years ago i took a vacation down there and we ate at gilligins kinda close to the isla of palms

    i didnt eat the osters but they had a real good burger

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    When do you need um and how many bushels?
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    Quote Originally Posted by PartiotSmithWesson View Post
    a couple years ago i took a vacation down there and we ate at gilligins kinda close to the isla of palms

    i didnt eat the osters but they had a real good burger
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    Quote Originally Posted by TJ_11 View Post
    Looking for a place to grab bushels of oysters in the Charleston area. We do a couple get togethers with the work guys and always do oysters and BBQ.

    We used to have a guy in Mcclellanville and get them right off the dock when he got back. The fella passed away so just looking to see if yall had someone. Trying to keep it local.

    Thanks
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    I got some McClellanville oysters from a place on Shem Creek once before. Can't recall the name, but it's right before the bridge on Coleman if you're headed towards Sullivan's.
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    Paul Godbout in Summerville. Known as Sells Fish on Charleston Fishing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by smitch320 View Post
    I got some McClellanville oysters from a place on Shem Creek once before. Can't recall the name, but it's right before the bridge on Coleman if you're headed towards Sullivan's.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Goin Coastal View Post
    Paul Godbout in Summerville. Known as Sells Fish on Charleston Fishing.
    Yep. Went to a roast a few weeks ago and they had gotten some from the Village, damn they were good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Foie Gras View Post
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    That's it. Thanks
    Quote Originally Posted by Chessbay View Post
    Literally translated to, "I smell like Scotch and Kodiak".
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    You don't want these muddy ass messy sc oysters. Get you a bushel of gulf selects and thank me later.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cottontop74 View Post
    You don't want these muddy ass messy sc oysters. Get you a bushel of gulf selects and thank me later.
    if i knew how to ban people.....you would make the list with that comment

    and the one about bow hunting

    and pretty much everything else you post.
    Ugh. Stupid people piss me off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2thDoc View Post
    if i knew how to ban people.....you would make the list with that comment

    and the one about bow hunting

    and pretty much everything else you post.
    You could start a poll.

    Damn Gulf oysters have zero flavor, might as well not eat oysters.
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    I like my oysters like I like my shrimp...Jumbo!

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    I need to call my man cotton to make sure he has me a box in the cooler for this weekend!

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    I’m sure they pair well with a hard cider.

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    Quote Originally Posted by charlie horse View Post
    I’m sure they pair well with a hard cider.
    Nah, pairs well with bush light and crown and ginger.

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    Best thing u can do with Gulf oysters is take them to Pawleys and let 'em soak for a few days. Get some real flavor to them. That is what we could do when we absolutely could not find local oysters due to closures. Otherwise, eat steak.

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    BTW, you could soak them damn Gulf oysters in the Sampit behind Cottons' and they sould wind up tasting better than fresh picked from the Gulf.

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    Do you really need scducks to find oysters?
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    Monsters... Be damned if I'd ever be taken alive by the likes of faggot musslims.
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