Reserve your spot in these fun,
informational classes today.
Photo by Lisa Tossey
The Indian River Life-Saving Station at Delaware Seashore State Park will be hosting the Delaware Sea Grant College Program’s Doris Hicks for two special events this month. Seafood Technology Specialist Hicks will present a beginner’s fish-cleaning class on Monday, June 21. A class on how to steam and pick crabs will follow on Monday, June 28.
If you’ve been fishing or crabbing “catch and release” style, and you’re ready to start cooking up the big catch but just aren’t sure where to start, these classes are for you.
The fish-cleaning class will cover everything you need to know to clean some of the fish commonly caught in Delaware waters, while the crab steaming class will show you everything you need to know to successfully prepare, steam, and eat those tasty crustaceans.
Both programs will be held at 1 p.m. Cost for the fish-cleaning class is $4 per person, and the crabbing class is $5 per person. Space is limited, so pre-register by calling the Indian River Life-Saving Station Museum at 302-227-6991.