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July 13, 2014 8:19 AM

Crabbing for fun no longer an option

My personal experience is that substantial recreational crabbing is a thing of the past. Commercial pots are now everywhere along the coast in most all of the creeks. I long ago gave up trying to catch enough for a decent meal with a crab line and chicken necks.

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