National Fisherman


Martin Luther Stewart Sr. felt "blessed" to make his living on the river.

He died there Wednesday after the 19-foot skiff he was on with fellow fisherman Vincent Chaplin capsized.

Sea Eagle Market owner Craig Reaves, who hired Stewart a few months ago, recalled gathering oysters with him last Sunday.

"He looked at me and said 'you know most people go to work because they have to. Me and you are blessed because we get to do something we love.'"

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