Sometimes while lobsters battle it out in the deep ocean waters they may lose one of their claws. We call these culls. They’re the same as any other fresh, sweet Maine lobster, just missing an arm and a claw. Culls have landed again at GML, and if you have a hankering for Maine lobster and you’re cringing at the off-season price of regular lobsters, this is the perfect opportunity to grab them while the grabbing is good. We get to buy these in bulk, so we're happy to pass along the savings to you. Despite missing a claw, these are still the best tasting lobsters you can find, with a great price to go with it. These go fast, so hurry!
- Wild-caught in Maine
- Sustainably sourced
- Guaranteed FRESH. 8 - 100 percent live Maine Lobster (Culls)
- Shipped directly to your door, to receive within 24 hours if you choose
Due to accelerated global demand, live Maine lobsters are subject to daily market price fluctuations. We honor the prices shown at point of purchase.
Review: "Hello, I needed to write today after our epic seafood feast last night!
We cooked up 8 lbs of culls, shucked a dozen oysters, cooked up a pound of scallops & devoured the shrimp chowder. The groans of delight coming from every chair at the table lasted throughout each serving. Everything was wonderful. Lobsters in Denver are such a treat. We will definitely be ordering again. Thank you, thank you, thank you!"Kerry-Denver CO
Recipe/Prep tips: 4 Maine Ways to Cook Lobster
Special Note: We recommend handling lobster humanely. Before cooking, place lobster in freezer for as long as 2 hours. Remove from freezer, making sure it is no longer moving. Push the tip of a skewer or sharp chef’s knife into the center of the cross on its head.