Oyster fishermen on the east bank of the Mississippi river expect the worst season they’ve ever seen this year.

For businesses still recovering from the oil spill, the news is especially grim. “We don’t have the growth of oysters that we normally have,” said Don Robin. Usually they can fill a tractor-trailer of oysters a day. Now, they’re lucky to fill a quarter of a truck. [email protected]

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