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Wednesday, March 17, 2010

New book dives into the underworld of giant-clam poaching

Detective Ed Volz of the Washington State Department of Fish and Wildlife has worked undercover and employed snitches to pursue the bad guys illegally trolling Puget Sound for its many treasures — from crab and abalone to sea urchins, salmon and geoducks, the world's largest burrowing clams.