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  • Hurricane Matthew's effect on local commercial fishermen

    With oyster beds closed, and boats, docks and crab traps damaged or destroyed by Hurricane Matthew, Beaufort County's commercial fishermen have been having a tough time. Here, oyster farmer Andrew Carmines, and Skip Toomer, captain of the Catina Renea, talk on Oct. 24, 2016, about the storm's effects.

Hurricane Matthew's effect on local commercial fishermen

With oyster beds closed, and boats, docks and crab traps damaged or destroyed by Hurricane Matthew, Beaufort County's commercial fishermen have been having a tough time. Here, oyster farmer Andrew Carmines, and Skip Toomer, captain of the Catina Renea, talk on Oct. 24, 2016, about the storm's effects.
Jay Karr The Island Packet