The Story of the Scallop

The scallop is a swimming seashell that moves with a water jet propulsion as a swimming action by opening and closing it’s shell.  When it’s seen in the water usually spotted on the grass or sand bottom with a partly open shell with many blue glowing small eyes looking back at you.  So don’t be suprised when you approach it if it swims off.  They don’t bite, but do a lot of “clicking” or “snapping” open and closes the shell with the mussell which is so delicious.  The scallop is found in about 3 to 6 feet of water in the northern Florida bays (bay scallops).  Scallop season is from July 1 through September (just after labor day).

SO COME JOIN US FOR SCALLOP SEASON IN KEATON BEACH, FLORIDA.

Check out this video!
Check out the Swimming Scallop!