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Re: Couldn't pass it by

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04-06-2013 02:44:28

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Well, I DO live in Maine, right in the heart of lobstering country (on the coast, east of Bar Harbor).

Believe it or not, you CAN get tired of lobster. A year ago this past July, they had a massive surge in catches, and for a couple of months, lobster was cheaper than bologna. The Big Boys wanted to stop fishing until prices recovered, the Little Guys with boat payments to make were fishing their butt off while the fishing was good. Fights broke out. Shots were fired. Boats got burned. People got hurt.

And I ate lobster three times a week...

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 Re: Couldn't pass it by in reply to Fawteen, 04-06-2013 02:44:28  
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Fawteen, where in Maine? We were up there a couple of years ago (and a couple of years before that). Love the Maine coast. I'm not a lobster fan but the wife would eat all she could get. She'd move to New England in a heart beat if we could (at least for the summers) and Maine is her favorite place of all of it.

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04-06-2013 13:05:17

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 Re: Couldn't pass it by in reply to Fawteen, 04-06-2013 02:44:28  
Paul the best lobster I ever had was at a dump called Maine's Best in Waterville Maine. I had steak and tail. It was $17 back in 1976!

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