Blog 2017-10-10T09:09:25+00:00


Fisherman Friday; Captain Leroy Weed Sr

This month The First Coast joined us for our Fisherman Friday interview. The First Coast is “a mobile studio/exhibition space that will travel to year-round coastal communities in Maine during the off-season. Through collaborations and workshops, residents will engage in conversation about their community’s working maritime identity and personal perspective of place.” So, if you enjoy reading this blog, you can look forward to hearing [...]

April 20th, 2018|

Greenhead Lobster, Beyond Deer Isle

Ever wonder where Greenhead Lobster can be purchased in person? Have you seen us on TV or elsewhere on the Internet?! It's all quite possible.                 'Quality, Value and Convenience' really says it all. Greenhead Lobster is proud to be one of QVC's leading seafood brands! Check out our exclusive, for-QVC only offers on their website! Are you a regular at [...]

April 16th, 2018|

Greenhead Lobster Bisque

Greenhead Lobster is a proud sponsor of the World Pro Ski Tour an organization that facilitates ski racing excellence across the country. This season we had the pleasure of joining the World Pro Ski Tour and many fine athletes at Waterville Valley Resort in New Hampshire as well as Aspen/Snowmass out in Colorado! While in Aspen, we whipped up a LARGE batch of lobster [...]

March 22nd, 2018|

Fisherman Friday; Captain ‘Junior’ Bray

Lawrence Bray Jr, colloquially known as 'Junior' has lived in Stonington all his life and fishing has been a part of it since the beginning. “I used to sail a small boat here in the cove, and make believe I was lobstering” reflected Junior. As a youngster, he would go fishing with his father, Lawrence Sr. and his brother Robert. Here’s Lawrence Sr in [...]

February 21st, 2018|

Fisherman Friday; Captain Matt Perez

For our first Fisherman Friday blog of the new year, we are featuring a captain who was the first to become a commercial fisherman in his family, Matt Perez. Matt got his student license at age 12 and started hand-hauling his 150 traps out of Sylvester’s Cove via a 12’ skiff. “I had too many outboards to remember which was my first” recalled Matt. [...]

January 12th, 2018|