Fishermen assure crab consumers that stock downturn is “nothing to worry about”

The Beast of the East saw thousands of shellfish washed up along the East of England coastline, but wreaked havoc on the sea floor as well. As well as this, due to an uncharacteristically cold winter, the crabbing season started later than usual. “I’d say we’re catching about 60% of what we’re usually catching,” said Wells crabber Andy Frary. “There’s a number of factors which could contribute to this.,, Shellfish including crabs were reported to have been washed up all along the north Norfolk coastline following the February storms, in places such as Cromer, Sheringham and Wells-next-the-Sea. >click to read<14:04

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