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May 20, 2008

Oregon coast already hurting from its summer without salmon

(Medford) Mail Tribune

BROOKINGS, Ore. — What passes for advertising aboard the Lady Louise is a stark example of the fresh seafood menu visitors will encounter along the Oregon Coast this summer.

Tourists stopping at the docks at the Port of Brookings Harbor regularly hit up skipper John Terebesi for large, red Dungeness crabs he sells straight from the ship's hold for $5 a pound. But when they inquire about the day's catch of troll-caught chinook salmon, Terebesi points to the sign strung above the wheelhouse.

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