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  • Biloxi Bay yields "good looking oysters"

    Shearwater Reef in Biloxi Bay was opened for oystering for the first time in 54 years after the water quality was determined to be good enough to allow people to eat raw oysters from the area.

Shearwater Reef in Biloxi Bay was opened for oystering for the first time in 54 years after the water quality was determined to be good enough to allow people to eat raw oysters from the area. John Fitzhugh jcfitzhugh@sunherald.com
Shearwater Reef in Biloxi Bay was opened for oystering for the first time in 54 years after the water quality was determined to be good enough to allow people to eat raw oysters from the area. John Fitzhugh jcfitzhugh@sunherald.com

It’s been 54 years and the harvest is promising, oystermen say

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