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Us a Chance to Match or Beat Anyone's Crawfish
#1 Shipper of Live Crawfish in the U.S. and the Only Year Round Shipper of Live Crawfish in the U.S.
Louisiana produces 90% of the World's Crawfish
shipped year round
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302 Saint Peter St., Raceland LA 70394
Phone (985) 226-6444 ▪ Fax (985) 537-4658
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with "The Deadliest Catch" captains
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crawfish, crab & shrimp prices & availability throughout the year,
please email us and ask us to add you to our update list.
let your party turn into a disaster.
AT LEAST MINIMUM OF 20 LBS (ANY COMBINATION) PER ORDER
(Can Always Freeze if Anything is Left Over)
Also, Gift Certificates are available in any amount!
Kyle LeBlanc Crawfish Farms is a family owned business since 1990 and have been in the business of selling quality crawfish and other fine Louisiana seafood and food products. We and our ancestors have lived around crawfish all our lives and now we are dedicated to bringing live crawfish and other fantastic Louisiana food products to people around the U.S. After all, crawfish has been called a delicacy here since the early 20th century.
Crawfish was once thought of as a poor man's food because they were plentiful and easy to catch. They soon became more and more popular and people started having "crawfish boils." A crawfish boil is very popular in Southern Louisiana - people call friends and family together to boil and serve the crawfish, usually in the spring and early summer months when crawfish are more plentiful and cheaper. When having a crawfish boil, you can usually plan on ordering about 1-2 lbs. per person (3-4 lbs. for a heavier crawfish eater) as long as you have other items to serve such as sausages, potatoes, corn, etc. Also, boiled goes excellent with cold beer. A crawfish boil is a tasty excuse to call over a few family and friends. And we at Kyle LeBlanc Crawfish Farms would like to spread this Cajun tradition throughout the nation.
Leftover crawfish are great to make crawfish dishes like etouffee, bisque, stews, fried, etc. (see our recipes). We also include crawfish recipes in your order. Whatever crawfish you have not eaten in 2-3 days after your party, you can peel these remaining crawfish and store them in your freezer until ready to cook.
Our live crawfish come in 3 sizes: select (large), medium and bait size (crawfish make excellent bait!). You can see the count size on our products and prices page. We sell mainly Procambarus Clarkii (Red Swamp Crawfish) and Procambarus Actus Actus (White River Crawfish - Spillway Crawfish - Belle River Crawfish). We sell live and boiled crawfish year round, however, they are more plentiful and cheaper in spring and early summer. Crawfish and our other Cajun products can turn any routine holiday into a Mardi Gras!
We have other Louisiana seafood and food products such as shrimp, crab, turtle and alligator as well as prepared foods that contain these products and crawfish such as sausages, boudin, pies, patties, etc. We also have turkduckens, which is a boneless duck wrapped by a boneless chicken wrapped by a boneless turkey stuffed with either crawfish or shrimp dressing or rice dressing.
We supply recipes with your order; however, we do provide recipes on our web site.
We deal ONLY in high quality crawfish shipped overnight, wild (spillway) and farm raised with unlimited resources and the best service available throughout the year.
NOTE: Pricing is not the only variable that goes into shipping of live crawfish. Other variables include quality crawfish that arrive alive guaranteed, crawfish shipped from New Orleans International (more flights than metro airports), crawfish shipped by the most experienced seafood company in Louisiana seven days a week, and unlimited quantity; other companies cannot supply all year long. Please remember we are the #1 shipper of live crawfish in the U.S., since 1990. Please see our comments from past customers!!
Please remember the normal person does not want to
eat small, dead crawfish. After you calculate upset
dead crawfish, the cheaper price does not seem so cheap.
If you want to purchase small, "field run/straight run" crawfish,
buy from our competitors.
If you want to purchase large, graded, quality crawfish, buy from us!
Please remember, you get what you pay for!
Crawfish catch is limited at this time of the year.
we take orders on a first come, first served basis.
|Live Crawfish (extra large) 14-16 count to lb.||$5.59/lb.|
|Live Crawfish (extra large) 14-16 count to lb., 100 lbs. and over||CALL|
|Fresh Boiled Cajun Style Crawfish (extra large) 14-16 count to lb.||$6.59/lb.|
|Live Crawfish (jumbo) 8-10 count to lb.||OUT|
|Fresh Boiled Cajun Style Crawfish (jumbo) 8-10 count to lb., minimum order 100 lbs.||OUT|
|Live Crawfish (bait) 2 to 4 inches from end of nose to end of tail, 20-25 ct. to the lb.||$5.59/lb.|
Boiling Mix (boils 40 lbs. crawfish, 40 lbs. crabs or 60 lbs. shrimp)
(enter 1 lb. for each seasoning on shipping weight)
|Crawfish Tails, fat on - Fresh or Frozen (Domestic), minimum 50 lbs.||$13.50/lb.|
|Soft Shell Crawfish - Frozen, 2 dozen per tray, 200 dozen minimum order||
#1 Special: 40 lbs. LIVE CRAWFISH, Jumbo (8-10 ct. to the lb.,) and seafood boiling mix including shipping to your nearest major airport
#2 Special: 40 lbs. LIVE CRAWFISH, Jumbo (8-10 ct. to the lb.) and seafood boiling mix including shipping to your door via Federal Express (for Saturday delivery, add $35.00)
#3 Special: 40 lbs. LIVE CRAWFISH, Extra Large (14-16 ct. to the lb.) and seafood boiling mix including shipping to your nearest major airport
#4 Special: 40 lbs. LIVE CRAWFISH, Extra Large (14-16 ct. to the lb.) and seafood boiling mix including shipping to your door via Federal Express (for Saturday delivery, add $35.00)
(Compliments of Cajun's Crawfish Pond)
Where are the baby crawfish?
Crawfish live not much longer than 1½ to 2 years. They usually reach maturity anywhere from 2 to 6 months.