apalachicola, oysters and such

For you southerners out there, the Apalachicola river forms when the Flint joins the Chattahoochee somewhere under Lake Seminole. The Apalachicola Bay is probably the most well-known southern stronghold of oysters. We’re fans of the 13 mile brand which they happen to serve at the Indian Pass raw bar. Luckily, we found their store in Apalach when we were down recently on a fishing trip that left from Boss Oyster. I mean, how many restaurants can you hop on a boat, go catch some fish, clean them there, and have the cooks in the back fry half and blacken the other half?

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