"Most Egregious Case of Unlawful Crabbing in San Francisco's History"

A commercial crabber from Vallejo, California, may pay over $1 million in penalties

And restitution for unlawfully capturing more than 250 Dungeness crabs from the North Farallon Island State Marine Reserve.

A law-abiding commercial crabber told the (CDFW) in early February 2022 of a commercial Dungeness crab trap in reserve waters

The marine reserve is off-limits to commercial crabbing and serves as blue and humpback whale habitat.

Agents spotted 92 crab trap buoys in the reserve's south.

"This is the most heinous example of illegal crabbing in San Francisco's history," the plaintiffs claimed in the complaint.

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