Fur tradition continues in Maine, des...

Fur tradition continues in Maine, despite industry changes

There are 1 comment on the The Citizen story from Feb 26, 2007, titled Fur tradition continues in Maine, despite industry changes. In it, The Citizen reports that:

Jay Stott chiseled out a hole in the ice and skimmed off the floating chunks. He knelt down and squinted into the underwater world of the middle branch of the Mousam River.

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Olmstedville, NY

#1 Mar 7, 2007
I can't think of a scarier way to die! Drowning?
This guy has an 11 year old daughter in the house?
I don't understand....what does he say to her?...come on honey, lets go drown beaver so that we make $12.00? Does'nt this behavior psychologically damage a small child?
No wonder the snimal activist's go beserk..!

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