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   Maine Is Shutting Down More Scallop Areas To Protect Harvest
by Associated Press
Posted: Wednesday, February 7, 2018 at 3:17PM EST

WHITING – Maine officials say the state’s shutting down a few high traffic scallop fishing areas to prevent overfishing.

The Maine Department of Marine Resource is closing Sand and Machias bays and Lower Englishman Bay starting on Sunday. It’s also shutting down parts of Cobscook Bay, which is the most fertile scallop fishing ground in Maine.

The parts of Cobscook Bay that will no longer be accessible include Whiting and Dennys bays.

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