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Strong Management Safeguards Oregon's Valuable Dungeness Crab Fishery

SEAFOODNEWS.COM [Seafood News] by Susan Chambers - January 24, 2018

Oregon’s most valuable commercial fishery for the state’s official crustacean, Dungeness crab, got underway north of Cape Blanco this week. While storms and price negotiations kept fishermen docked for awhile after the official opening, processors are expecting large deliveries soon.

A major reason Dungeness crab deliveries are large and that it's the state's official crustacean is due to successful management.

Dungeness crab have been harvested commercially along the Pacific Coast since the late 1800s. Current regulations ...

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