Fishing legacy fades from New England

Fishing legacy fades from New England

Yuliyan Bodurov unloads containers of conch from the Peggy B on July 2 in Wychmere Harbor in Harwich, Mass. Ground fishing virtually has disappeared in this small port, and new fishing rules enacted in May have fishermen at New England’s major ports worried their historic fishing communities could fade away.
Privately owned boats are moored July 2 in Wychmere Harbor in Harwich, Mass. Ground fishing virtually has disappeared in this small port, and new fishing rules enacted in May have fishermen at New England’s major ports worried their historic fishing communities could fade away, as well.

Fishing legacy fades from New England

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Yuliyan Bodurov unloads containers of conch from the Peggy B on July 2 in Wychmere Harbor in Harwich, Mass. Ground fishing virtually has disappeared in this small port, and new fishing rules enacted in May have fishermen at New England’s major ports worried their historic fishing communities could fade away.
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Privately owned boats are moored July 2 in Wychmere Harbor in Harwich, Mass. Ground fishing virtually has disappeared in this small port, and new fishing rules enacted in May have fishermen at New England’s major ports worried their historic fishing communities could fade away, as well.
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