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In California, some crab fishermen are struggling to stay in business. Back in November, regulators indefinitely delayed the season for Dungeness crab for the first time ever, because of a huge algae bloom off the coast. Crabs can become contaminated by a type of acid from the algae bloom.
Joe Stoops, a crab fisherman from Santa Cruz, California, tells Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson that most of the market for Dungeness "is gone."
This segment aired on February 10, 2016.