Title

Mainland clamdiggers travel offshore for the prized island clams, but find thems

Authors

Mike Brown

Source

Island Journal

Date

1988

Volume Number

Volume 5

Pages

6

Abstract

Mainland clamdiggers travel offshore for the prized island clams, but find themselves in a culture clash with islanders and professional lobstermen alike. Eventually they usually wind up in court for clamming in closed flats or for ingenius, if illegal, ruses to protect their best spots, as do wormers, whose range is unregulated. Red tide and government regulation have done little to undermine long-held traditions. Details.

Subjects

Clam diggers

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