Aliyah Green, of Burton, puts a crab into the bucket held by her mother, Kalilah Hendry, while crabbing at Pigeon Point Creek on Wednesday afternoon in Beaufort.  "I learned how to catch crabs from my grandmother," Green said.
Aliyah Green, of Burton, puts a crab into the bucket held by her mother, Kalilah Hendry, while crabbing at Pigeon Point Creek on Wednesday afternoon in Beaufort. "I learned how to catch crabs from my grandmother," Green said. Staff photo
Aliyah Green, of Burton, puts a crab into the bucket held by her mother, Kalilah Hendry, while crabbing at Pigeon Point Creek on Wednesday afternoon in Beaufort. "I learned how to catch crabs from my grandmother," Green said. Staff photo

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