Oyster Prices Plummet as Diners Stay Home During Pandemic
With several hours of daylight to spare, Ronnie Robbins and his son, Jason, had already docked their 36-foot deadrise workboat on Hooper's Island and started unloading their briny cargo.
Into the bed of a waiting pickup went 20 bushels of oysters dredged from the bottom of the Honga River on Maryland's Eastern Shore. Once again, they'd handily harvested all they were allowed by the state to take in a day.
"It's better than it's been in years before, that's for sure," the elder Robbins said...
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