Crab Season 2021 

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Former Eureka Mayor and Humboldt County Coroner Frank Jäger, left, picked up some fresh crab from Tony Burris who has worked on the Corregidor for 10 years.
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The Sandy B at Woodly Island.
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Sandy B owner Travis Vellis hauls a barrel of fresh crab at the Woodley Island Marina on Monday morning. This is his third season owning the boat after serving as a deck hand for three seasons prior to that.
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Floral fishermen appreciation.
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Tony Burris, who has worked on The Corregidor 10 years, checks the riggings one of the pots.
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The Miss Jessie sits loaded with crab pots at the Woodley Island Marina.
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The Josie L at the marina.
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Kristen Pinto, daughter of the owners of the Jenna Lee, pulls crab from the live well for a customer at Woodley Island Marina on Monday.
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Mario Palmero of McKinleyville gets some fresh crab from the Jenna Lee’s Kristen Pinto. Palmero said it’s with the drive to get it fresh and he frequently gets crab from the Jenna Lee during the season.
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Customers lined up in masks to buy fresh from boats like the Jenna Lee.
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Crab Pots piled on the Seaila at the Woodley Island Marina likely to be in the water the following day.
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The pots will be pulled, hopefully heavy with crab, and return to the marina with a new haul.
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