Abraham Beal



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About Abraham Beal

I own and operate F/V Whit’s End out of Beals Island, Maine. I catch lobster and scallops with my first mate of over 10 years, James. Along with my wife, Whitney, we are working to bring our catch to consumers directly off the boat to ensure the freshest product and to provide our family and boat a more sustainable and reliable source of income. Thank you for supporting local fishermen!

Location Options
  • Community Supported Fishery/Seafood Box
  • Dock Pick-up
  • Fishermen/Farmers Market
  • Roadside Stand
Purchasing Options
  • One-time Purchase
  • Subscription
Delivery Options
  • In-Person Pick-Up
  • Local Delivery
  • Shipping Available
  • Fishing-Family
  • Veteran

Seafood Offered

American lobster, Scallops




Number of Fishermen Sourced From


Years in Business

The value statements outlined below aim to create a higher level of accountability and trust, both internally within the network and externally to the public, in order to advance the movement of Community Supported Fisheries (CSF) and like-minded community-based seafood operations.

  • Community-Based Fisheries
  • Fair Access
  • Fair Price
  • Eating with the Ecosystem
  • Traceable and Simple Supply Chains
  • Catch and Handle with Honor
  • Community and Ecosystem Based Fisheries Management
  • Honoring the Ocean
  • Creativity and Collaboration

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We believe that one of the most basic human acts, harvesting and eating food, should be simple. No doubt, it’s gotten complicated over the years. But as farmers of the sea, fishermen want nothing more than to bring local and fresh seafood to land for their communities, neighbors, friends and families to enjoy. We also care more than anyone for the longevity and sustainability of our ocean. It’s our lifeline, our income, or heritage and most importantly, our second home. It seems that in many ways, trying to simplify the process of finding fresh seafood over the years has in turn complicated and hindered it… putting too many middlemen in the mix and not honoring the direct “sea to table” trade that the industry was born from. I am hoping to return to that way of life and continue to support my family with a more traditional style of selling my catch.