Barry Hutchins of Steuben is just one of many lobstermen in Maine who are reeling from the January storms. He’s been fishing since 1956, but he says his days of going out on a lobster boat may be over after he and his family lost their wharf in the storm. “The wharf – that’s where we got our bait, our fuel. Everything depended on that wharf, and it’s gone,” he said. Hutchins is not alone. Amity Chipman is co-owner of Chipman’s Wharf in Milbridge. “The coastal businesses in Maine – we’re bleeding,” she said. “We’re a strong, hardworking, and independent group. We’re not looking for a handout, we’re looking for a handup.” Video, more, >>CLICK TO READ<< 10:40