Rodger Healy

commercial lobster fisherman in Dana Point

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Rodger Healy has worked in the commercial lobster industry for 34 years, and he says lobster catchers in Dana Point will probably lose hundreds of thousands of dollars.

After OC oil spill, lobster fishers have no direct way of recuperating the money lost this season

Rodger Healy has worked in the commercial lobster industry for 34 years, and he says lobster catchers in Dana Point will probably lose hundreds of thousands of dollars.

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