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Crosby’s Fish and Shrimp – Folly Beach, South Carolina

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The sun sets on another workday for these shrimp trawlers docked at Crosby’s Fish and Shrimp, located in Charleston County. Locally owned and operated, Crosby’s has been serving Folly Beach and James Island for over 30 years.

Folly Beach: Edge of America

Emily Bagwell of Summerville, 2010 © Do Not Use Without Written Consent

Crosby’s Fish and Shrimp is a different company than Crosby’s Seafood at the base of the old Ashley River Bridge in downtown Charleston, though the two families are related. The former has its own boats and sells whatever it’s catching – along with bait, fishing tackle, beer, and ice. When the weather is good, it often hosts Friday-night dock parties.

Crosbys Seafood

Patrick Stuckart of Ladson, 2011 © Do Not Use Without Written Consent

Folly Beach calls itself the “Edge of America” and has a friendly and relaxed vibe. It has a lively downtown area and is a favorite among locals and visitors alike. Learn more about South Carolina shrimp, South Carolina oysters, and Crosby’s Fish and Shrimp.

Folly Beach Crosby's Seafood

J.B. Ellis of Pawleys Island, 2010 © Do Not Use Without Written Consent

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5 Comments about Crosby’s Fish and Shrimp

JackNo Gravatar says:
December 11th, 2016 at 4:48 pm

Looking for 500 pounds of fresh shrimp. Could turn into an ongoing business relationship.

Crosby family treeNo Gravatar says:
June 14th, 2015 at 3:32 pm

Hi there, My name is Michael C. Crosby of New York.My teenage daughter looked up my family tree. I have relatives by the name of Crosby that lived in South Carolina “New Burry” John Elias Crosby 1855-1953. His father John Malachi Crosby. 1808-1855. My daughter is against sending out an email but what the hell you never know. I would like to know if these names sound familiar and could be long lost cousins???

SCIWAYNo Gravatar says:
November 17th, 2014 at 8:22 am

Hi, David. While we are not connected to the business, I am happy to share their phone number with you: (843) 795-4049. Best of luck!

David Cooper says:
November 16th, 2014 at 3:54 pm

I am looking to relocate I have over 30 years in seafood sales, etc. Are you looking for any help increasing your business? If so, let me know. Dave Cooper.

Jane MockabeeNo Gravatar says:
August 12th, 2013 at 9:57 pm

We visited you the first week in August, and my husband was looking at your baseball caps, but did not purchase one. Is there any way I can purchase one? Please let me know…I would really appreciate it! Thanks so much. We had a great time on our visit. Sincerely, Jane Mockabee

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