NH fishermen land copious catch of fish consumer's don't want
New Hampshire fisherman Tom Lyons says he can easily catch 4,000 pounds a day of a legally harvested, sustainable, tasty fish. But he's kept his boat tied up because it would cost more to catch the fish than he could make selling it. Americans, he says, won't buy the species that's overrunning New England waters: the Atlantic spiny dogfish.
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