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Lobsters are on the move, but most lobstermen can't be

ISLESFORD, Maine -- David Thomas steered his car onto a wooden pier here that has been deeply stained over the years with crushed fish guts. This is where he comes to ponder what's been happening with lobsters. In a small office over the blackish water, next to barrels full of silvery bait fish, he reviews the seismic shift in his business.


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