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Clark's Fish Camp Restaurant Review: Overlooking Julington Creek, what was once a bait and tackle shop is now an ode to exotic fare: ostrich, kangaroo, antelope, buffalo, venison, rabbit, quail and gator toes are some of the unusual finds on the full-service menu (no refunds --- they aren’t guaranteeing any of this stuff will be to your tastes). Tempting? You can order your snake fried or charred. If you aren’t accustomed to such exotica, numerous seafood dishes are available, prepared either char-broiled or fried, and there’s prime rib, too. A bottomless basket of complimentary hush puppies arrives piping hot upon seating and all entrées come with two side choices of soup, salad, coleslaw, grits, green beans or french fries. And if you can’t find what you’re looking for on the menu, there’s probably a stuffed version around somewhere. The owners beseech restaurant customers not to feed the alligators.