Another Grim Opening Of Scallop Season After Third Massive Summer Die-Off - 27 East

Another Grim Opening Of Scallop Season After Third Massive Summer Die-Off

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It appears that there will be a third dismal scallop season. EXPRESS FILE

It appears that there will be a third dismal scallop season. EXPRESS FILE

authorMichael Wright on Nov 3, 2021
Predictions that the opening of the 2021 bay scallop season would be met with a paucity of the cherished shellfish proved painfully accurate this week as the few baymen and... more

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