In 1915 Stephen E. Bayley settled in Pine Point, dug clams in Jones Creek and trapped lobsters off the coast to feed his wife and four sons. When there was enough left over to sell, his wife Ella would cook the lobsters and sell them to people through her kitchen window.
The years passed and the business grew enough so that Steve and his sons bought lobsters from other local fishermen, and built tanks so that they could store larger quantities of lobsters in order to sell to restaurants and other dealers. The business is now owned and run by Steve’s grandson Bill and his great-granddaughter Susan.
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We are pioneers in the shipping of lobsters and have sold over 30 million pounds of lobsters!
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When people come to visit our outdoor tanks at Bayley’s Lobster Pound, one of the most requested lessons is how to tell a male lobster from a female l
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