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Old 23-07-2013, 17:17   #31
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Re: Conch Prohibition

Finally got turtle off the menu down there...

I support measures that conservation experts say will replenish the stocks. Farming conch just doesn't seem to be economical, but perhaps if wild conch is restricted it could raise the price and make farmed conch more viable. I really don't know anything about seeding conch.

Wondering what I'll do after retiring from farming in NC, herding conch in the out islands sounds appealing. I love the stuff, preferably in conch salad.

Then there is lobstering (crawfishing) down there... I could probably use the sailboat for that.

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