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Harvesting scallops a little harder because of storm

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Tropical Storm Debby might be gone, but it’s impact is still felt in many ways.  On Florida’s Gulf Coast, the storm has hindered scallop hunters’ ability to see the shellfish in the water since the storm dumped record rainfall that has made the water murky.

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Ethan is a journalist at WUFT News. He's a Pennsylvania native who found a home reporting Florida's stories. Reach him by emailing emagoc@wuft.org or calling 352-294-1525.

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