Perhaps the largest species of Snapper, Red Snapper can grow over 3 feet long and weigh up to 35 pounds.
Mangrove Snapper are small compared to other snapper species. They’re a very flavorful fish, no matter how you prepare them.
Here’s another Florida favorite! Lane snapper cooks up fast, and its light flavor makes it an excellent fish for ceviche.
Another local favorite! Yelloweye Snapper are found just beyond our shores, calling our reefs and rocky bottoms home. This fish can be sauteed in butter, baked, broiled, pan-fried, or even battered and deep-fried.
Baked, fried, or roasted, Yellowtail Snapper is a customer favorite! It’s one of our most popular seafood items here at Delaware!