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Thursday October 11, 2018 (4 months, 1 week ago)


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Shellfish areas around Cape Cod will be closed beginning at sunset Thursday in anticipation of the heavy rainfall and high winds expected as remnants of Hurricane Michael, according to a statement from the Massachusetts Division of Marine Fisheries.No shellfish may be harvested during the closure or removed from the site for culling, except for conchs and scallop abductor muscles, the statement says.After the storm, holders of aquaculture licenses may do necessary maintenance [...]

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