TIM ISBELL/SUN HERALDA fisherman leaves Pass Christian harbor before sunrise, Monday, Jan. 18, 2016. The Oyster Recovery Program will have Coast fisherman starting early to move oysters from St. Joe's Reef south of Waveland away from freshwater from the recently opened Bonnet Carre spillway. The freshwater will threaten the oyster habitat.
TIM ISBELL/SUN HERALDA fisherman leaves Pass Christian harbor before sunrise, Monday, Jan. 18, 2016. The Oyster Recovery Program will have Coast fisherman starting early to move oysters from St. Joe's Reef south of Waveland away from freshwater from the recently opened Bonnet Carre spillway. The freshwater will threaten the oyster habitat.
TIM ISBELL/SUN HERALDA fisherman leaves Pass Christian harbor before sunrise, Monday, Jan. 18, 2016. The Oyster Recovery Program will have Coast fisherman starting early to move oysters from St. Joe's Reef south of Waveland away from freshwater from the recently opened Bonnet Carre spillway. The freshwater will threaten the oyster habitat.

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