Tri-county crab fishermen have some reprieve from the near two-month fishing ban. The California Department of Public Health partially lifted the ban on Dec. 31, saying that all crab caught on the mainland south of Piedras Blancas Light Station in northern San Luis Obispo County was safe to eat. Officials have found high levels of Read More →
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Regulators have put crab season on ice. The tri-county commercial fishing industry is feeling the sting of a toxin that’s been found in some of the area’s seafood. The California Department of Public Health advised consumers in a Nov. 3 announcement not to eat Dungeness and rock crabs caught between the Oregon border and the Read More →