A legal crab pot is pulled from the water on Sept. 15, 2015, near Cherry Point. Two days later the state Department of Fish and Wildlife, with the help of Tulalip Police, began pulling nearly 700 illegal crab pots from the waters between Point Roberts and Peace Arch State Park. Most of the pots are believed to belong to Canadians illegally fishing U.S. waters.
A legal crab pot is pulled from the water on Sept. 15, 2015, near Cherry Point. Two days later the state Department of Fish and Wildlife, with the help of Tulalip Police, began pulling nearly 700 illegal crab pots from the waters between Point Roberts and Peace Arch State Park. Most of the pots are believed to belong to Canadians illegally fishing U.S. waters. Evan Abell The Bellingham Herald
A legal crab pot is pulled from the water on Sept. 15, 2015, near Cherry Point. Two days later the state Department of Fish and Wildlife, with the help of Tulalip Police, began pulling nearly 700 illegal crab pots from the waters between Point Roberts and Peace Arch State Park. Most of the pots are believed to belong to Canadians illegally fishing U.S. waters. Evan Abell The Bellingham Herald

Nearly 700 illegal crab pots seized in waters near Blaine

September 24, 2015 12:12 PM