Written by Jen Finn
WANCHESE — An 11th-generation Outer Banks fisherman, Jamie Wescott took a gamble recently in rough weather and worked until midnight netting 500 pounds of croaker. He hit the fish market the next morning, and workers sorted his paltry catch.
Even the pelicans under the fish conveyor belt were getting slim pickings.
On a better day, he would have caught closer to 3,000 pounds.
"It has not been really good," he said.
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