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Wednesday July 11, 2018 (7 months, 2 weeks ago)


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BREWSTER — Brewster has 10 spots available in a commercial razor clam pilot program, and the town Shellfish Department is offering them to those who aren’t currently licensed commercial fishermen.The pilot program began in June and runs through Sept. 30, and will gauge if the fishery can handle a commercial harvest. So far, only five have signed up for 15 spots.The program originally was limited to current commercial permit holders in town, but the Select Board approved [...]

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