Eastern Oyster (Crassostrea virginica)

The pristine estuaries of coastal Georgia provide an ideal location to produce high quality oysters due to high tidal exchange. Georgia oysters have a briny and sweet flavor and reach peak quality between December and March. The Sunbury, Sapelo Island, Cumberland Island, and Cabbage Island oyster are some common Georgia oyster market varieties. ___________________________________________________________
Season: 
Spring
Fall
Winter

Northern Clam (Mercenaria mercenaria)

The two dominant market varieties of northern quahog clam in Georgia are the Savannah and the Sapelo Island varieties. The clam season is open year round in Georgia with meat quality remaining fairly consistent throughout the year. This clam supports a lucrative industry and is which is supported by harvest of wild and cultivated clams. Quahogs are generally sold based on size as pasta, little neck, middle neck, cherrystone, and chowders. ___________________________________________________________
Season: 
Year-Round