PASCAGOULA — Crawfish are plentiful early in the season. Prices are down.
It's a great time to buy and eat.
Keith Delcambre, owner of Bozo's Seafood Market in Pascagoula, said his price per pound is $1.30 lower than it was when the season started in mid-November.
Live, they were $2.80 a pound at his store Tuesday. Boiled, they were $3.59. Elsewhere on the Coast, the average is $3.23 per pound live and $4.25 boiled — $4.09 if you buy more than 10 pounds.
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