Local Fishermen Use Clams To Get Oysters
They're hoping to use one kind of shell ... to get another.
Fishermen in Cedar Key say the reefs where they typically find their oysters have been hit hard by both droughts and storms over the years. So now, to help replenish the oyster population, they're using clams.
To find out how, you can watch the video on the right.
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