Maine Lobstermen Still Feeling Pinch
September 7, 2012
Portland Press Herald: Maine’s lobster catch has eased from the record hauls seen in June and July, but dock prices paid to lobstermen haven’t changed much as supply fell off.
“The price went up last week for Labor Day, but dealers dropped the price today as tourists left,” said David Cousens, president of the Maine Lobstermen’s Association. “Prices are off a dime today. And we’re still 50 cents cheaper than a year ago.”
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