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Shell shocked

Lobstermen fear for their livelihoods as the waters of Long Island Sound warm up and harvests dwindle

Jimmy Walczak lined up lobster traps. 'We could all be crabbing in a few years,' said John German of Long Island Sound's lobstermen association. Jimmy Walczak lined up lobster traps. "We could all be crabbing in a few years," said John German of Long Island Sound's lobstermen association. (Globe Staff Photo / Wendy Maeda)
By Gregory B. Hladky
Globe Correspondent / July 13, 2008

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BRANFORD, Conn. - Nick Crismale leaned against the stack of rusty wire lobster traps he was repairing and shook his head. (Full article: 1141 words)

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