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The Landry family, relatives and friends. Yvonne and Raymond, natives of southern Louisiana, at home and crabbing in St. Bernard's Parish. Following the BP Oil Spill, the family has continued to fish for crab, navigating through daily closures and openings to find crab grounds that haven't been impacted by the spill. Fishing restrictions have prevented them from following the annual movement...
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  • The Landry family, relatives and friends.  Yvonne and Raymond, natives of southern Louisiana, at home and crabbing in St. Bernard's Parish.  Following the BP Oil Spill, the family has continued to fish for crab, navigating through daily closures and openings to find crab grounds that haven't been impacted by the spill.  Fishing restrictions have prevented them from following the annual movement of the crab up and down the bayou, sometimes leaving them high and dry when the crab migrate into closed areas.
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  • Raymond and Yvonne Landry prepare a crab boil dinner with crabs that Raymond caught earlier in the day.  ..The Landry family, relatives and friends.  Yvonne and Raymond, natives of southern Louisiana, at home and crabbing in St. Bernard's Parish.  Following the BP Oil Spill, the family has continued to fish for crab, navigating through daily closures and openings to find crab grounds that haven't been impacted by the spill.  Fishing restrictions have prevented them from following the annual movement of the crab up and down the bayou, sometimes leaving them high and dry when the crab migrate into closed areas.
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  • The Landry family, relatives and friends.  Yvonne and Raymond, natives of southern Louisiana, at home and crabbing in St. Bernard's Parish.  Following the BP Oil Spill, the family has continued to fish for crab, navigating through daily closures and openings to find crab grounds that haven't been impacted by the spill.  Fishing restrictions have prevented them from following the annual movement of the crab up and down the bayou, sometimes leaving them high and dry when the crab migrate into closed areas.
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  • The Landry family, relatives and friends.  Yvonne and Raymond, natives of southern Louisiana, at home and crabbing in St. Bernard's Parish.  Following the BP Oil Spill, the family has continued to fish for crab, navigating through daily closures and openings to find crab grounds that haven't been impacted by the spill.  Fishing restrictions have prevented them from following the annual movement of the crab up and down the bayou, sometimes leaving them high and dry when the crab migrate into closed areas.
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  • The Landry family, relatives and friends.  Yvonne and Raymond, natives of southern Louisiana, at home and crabbing in St. Bernard's Parish.  Following the BP Oil Spill, the family has continued to fish for crab, navigating through daily closures and openings to find crab grounds that haven't been impacted by the spill.  Fishing restrictions have prevented them from following the annual movement of the crab up and down the bayou, sometimes leaving them high and dry when the crab migrate into closed areas.
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  • Raymond and Yvonne Landry prepare a crab boil dinner with crabs that Raymond caught earlier in the day.  ..The Landry family, relatives and friends.  Yvonne and Raymond, natives of southern Louisiana, at home and crabbing in St. Bernard's Parish.  Following the BP Oil Spill, the family has continued to fish for crab, navigating through daily closures and openings to find crab grounds that haven't been impacted by the spill.  Fishing restrictions have prevented them from following the annual movement of the crab up and down the bayou, sometimes leaving them high and dry when the crab migrate into closed areas.
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  • The Landry family, relatives and friends.  Yvonne and Raymond, natives of southern Louisiana, at home and crabbing in St. Bernard's Parish.  Following the BP Oil Spill, the family has continued to fish for crab, navigating through daily closures and openings to find crab grounds that haven't been impacted by the spill.  Fishing restrictions have prevented them from following the annual movement of the crab up and down the bayou, sometimes leaving them high and dry when the crab migrate into closed areas.
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  • The Landry family, relatives and friends.  Yvonne and Raymond, natives of southern Louisiana, at home and crabbing in St. Bernard's Parish.  Following the BP Oil Spill, the family has continued to fish for crab, navigating through daily closures and openings to find crab grounds that haven't been impacted by the spill.  Fishing restrictions have prevented them from following the annual movement of the crab up and down the bayou, sometimes leaving them high and dry when the crab migrate into closed areas.
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  • The Landry family, relatives and friends.  Yvonne and Raymond, natives of southern Louisiana, at home and crabbing in St. Bernard's Parish.  Following the BP Oil Spill, the family has continued to fish for crab, navigating through daily closures and openings to find crab grounds that haven't been impacted by the spill.  Fishing restrictions have prevented them from following the annual movement of the crab up and down the bayou, sometimes leaving them high and dry when the crab migrate into closed areas.
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  • The Landry family, relatives and friends.  Yvonne and Raymond, natives of southern Louisiana, at home and crabbing in St. Bernard's Parish.  Following the BP Oil Spill, the family has continued to fish for crab, navigating through daily closures and openings to find crab grounds that haven't been impacted by the spill.  Fishing restrictions have prevented them from following the annual movement of the crab up and down the bayou, sometimes leaving them high and dry when the crab migrate into closed areas.
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  • The Landry family, relatives and friends.  Yvonne and Raymond, natives of southern Louisiana, at home and crabbing in St. Bernard's Parish.  Following the BP Oil Spill, the family has continued to fish for crab, navigating through daily closures and openings to find crab grounds that haven't been impacted by the spill.  Fishing restrictions have prevented them from following the annual movement of the crab up and down the bayou, sometimes leaving them high and dry when the crab migrate into closed areas.
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