Commercial crabbing season opened last week after three delays meant to reduce the risk of whale entanglement. Now, nine weeks after the season’s original start date, the three men in Bolinas who fish crab commercially are facing tumultuous weather and fickle tides—but new changes in regulations may act as a silver lining.

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