This morning I had another opportunity to go out with the crew of Clam Boogie and photograph as they pulled clam bags for a couple of hours, off Cedar Key, in the Gulf of Mexico. From all I could tell the crew had a good morning getting some great looking clams. In the back of everybody’s mind is the reported presence of Red Tide off the West Coast of Florida. If it made its way into our waters, it would be a disaster. However it looks it is not coming this way!
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