98 Real Estate Group
Apalachicola Bay Inn
Apalachicola River Catfish Tournament Trail
Ausley & McMullen, P.A.
Bay City Lodge, Inc.
Bay Point Marina
Beach Realty of Cape San Blas, Inc.
Bluewater iNet Group, LLC
Bottoms Up Fishing Tournament
Burke & Co. Real Estate Group, LLC
Calhoun County Chamber of Commerce
Cape San Blas Inn
Cape San Blas Lighthouse
Cape San Blas Realty
Cape San Blas Vacation Rentals
Cape Trading Post
Capt. Alan's Sea Escape
Captain's Containers, LLC
Captain's Cove Marina
Century 21/Collins Realty, Inc.
City of Port St. Joe
Coastal Concierge LLC
Coastal Design & Landscaping
Coastal Marina Management
Collins Vacation Rentals, Inc.
Coombs House Inn
Crab Shack Beach House
Crest Enterprises and Land Development, Inc.
Durens Piggly Wiggly
El Governor Motel
Emerald Coast Marina
F&B Builders, Inc.
Family Life Church
First Baptist Church of Mexico Beach
First Baptist Church of Port St Joe
First Prebyterian Church of Port St. Joe
Florida Catfish Classic Tournaments
Forgotten Coast Property Management & Rentals, LLC
g3 Realty Group
Gamble & Associates Construction, Inc.
Gulf Alliance for Local Arts
Gulf Coast Property Services, LLC
Gulf Coast Triple Crown Championship
Gulf Coast Vacation Rentals
Gulf County Supervisor of Elections Office
Gulf County TDC
Gulf Sands Motel
Gunn Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc.
Happy Ours Kayak & Bike Outpost
Harmon Realty Vacation Rentals
High Cotton Affairs
Indian Pass General Store
Indian Pass Raw Bar
Indian Pass Raw Bar & Grill Uptown
J. Cobb Realty, LLC
Joe Mama's Wood Fired Pizza
Johnene Marcum, CPA
Joyce Estes, Artist
L.L. Lanier & Sons
Lady J Charters
LaPrades Marina at Lake Burton
Liquid Addiction Charters
Long Avenue Baptist Church
Mariner Investment Properties, Inc.
Marquardt Realty, Inc.
Mexico Beach Artificial Reef Association
Mexico Beach Harmon Realty, Inc.
Mexico Beach Marina
Mexico Beach Offshore Classic Fishing Tournament
Mexico Beach Sundance Realty
Michael Billings, REALTOR
Monarch Beach Subdivision
My Key Photography
NAPA - St. Joe Auto Parts
Natalie Shoaf, REALTOR
Natural Element, Inc.
No Worries Vacation Rentals
Orange Beach Billfish Classic
Orange Beach Grand Slam
Organization for Artificial Reefs
Panache Tent + Event Rentals
Paradise Coast Vacation Rentals
Pirate's Cove Marina
Port St. Joe Marina
Port St. Joe Port Authority
Premier Sportfishing Adventures
Pristine Properties Vacation Rentals, LLC
Pristine Properties, LLC
Raffield Fisheries, Inc.
Reeves Furniture & Refinishing Shoppe
Roberson and Associates, PA
Robinson Brothers Guide Service
Robinson Real Estate Company
S&K Specialty Contractors, Inc.
Sally Childs, Realtor
Southeastern Consulting Engineers, Inc.
Spirit of Caregiving, LLC
St. George Island Real Estate
St. George Island Realty
St. James Episcopal Church
St. Joe Natural Gas Company
St. Joe Rent-All, Nursery & Supply
St. Joseph Bay Country Club
St. Vincent Island Shuttle Service
Star Publishing Company
Sugar Beach Rentals, Inc.
Suncoast Realty and Property Management
Sunrise Construction and Company, Inc.
The Appliance Solution
The Port Fine Wine & Spirits
The Wharf Boat & Yacht Show
The Wharf Marina
Tiki Palms Inn
Turtle Beach Inn
United Way of Northwest FL, Inc.
Ward's Lawn Care & Pressure Washing
Water's Edge RV Park
The waters of the Apalachicola Bay are among the cleanest and most productive in the nation yielding seafood landings in excess of $14 million annually in Franklin County. The famous Apalachicola Bay oysters are among the most delectable and nutritious seafood in the world.
They are also a very important part of the Franklin County economic picture. More than 1,000 people are employed by the million dollar industry in the County.
In 1997, over $2 million worth of oysters (1.4 million pounds of oyster meat) was shucked in Franklin County seafood houses, according to State Marine Fisheries Statistics. Historically, Franklin County harvests more than 90 % of Florida's oysters and 10 % of the nationwide supply.
Within Franklin County, oysters make up almost one-third the value of commercial marine landings. Shrimp, blue crab and fin fish are also important commercially, bringing in over $11 million worth of seafood to Franklin County docks.