Now that it’s official, and California’s commercial Dungeness crab fishery is indefinitely delayed due to toxic levels of domoic acid along the coast, along with delays in Oregon and part of Washington, what’s a crab lover to do?
We’ve all been hearing the news about the toxic algae bloom off the West Coast and how it might affect the Dungeness crab season, which begins in mid-November. Westerners look forward to feasting on Dungeness during the holidays, so it’s caused quite a lot of concern.
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