Octopus trap raiders stay away, so stone crabs plentiful -- if you don't think big -

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    4 Octopus trap raiders stay away, so stone crabs plentiful -- if you don't think big
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    6 [SIZE=-1]By LANCE SHEARER Greg Kahn/Staff Line cook Wally Dera prepares Florida stone crab claws at Truluck's Seafood Steak & Crab House on 4th Ave South in Naples on March 26, 2012. NAPLES — There are plenty of stone crab claws being pulled from the Gulf of ...[/SIZE]
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    Interesting. I had the feeling that O. briareus would have been plentiful (and a problem) this year. Interesting answer from the fisherman siting that they did not travel south seeking warmer waters as I would not expect O. briareus to travel a great distance.

     

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