Gordon Turner of Greensboro, N.C., gets ready to drop his crab trap, loaded with a chicken neck for bait, into the water from the charter boat dock at Harbour Town on Wednesday. Turner said he is on the island with all his children and grandchildren -- 18 people total -- and for everyone in his group, "the highlight is to come crabbing."
Gordon Turner of Greensboro, N.C., gets ready to drop his crab trap, loaded with a chicken neck for bait, into the water from the charter boat dock at Harbour Town on Wednesday. Turner said he is on the island with all his children and grandchildren -- 18 people total -- and for everyone in his group, "the highlight is to come crabbing." JAY KARR | The Island Packet
Gordon Turner of Greensboro, N.C., gets ready to drop his crab trap, loaded with a chicken neck for bait, into the water from the charter boat dock at Harbour Town on Wednesday. Turner said he is on the island with all his children and grandchildren -- 18 people total -- and for everyone in his group, "the highlight is to come crabbing." JAY KARR | The Island Packet

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