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Feds Declare Peconic Bay Scallops A Disaster

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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 Jul 8, 2021
The U.S. Department of Commerce has declared the Peconic Bay scallop a fishery disaster, making baymen who rely on the harvest of the scallops for income and the efforts to... more

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