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Bobby Ingalls

Bobby Ingalls, a lobsterman from Bucks Harbor, ME, speaks about the lobster and scallop fishing in his area and tells humorous stories about some of the trouble his fishermen friends and family have been in. Focusing on the changes in his community, Ingalls describes the impacts of come-from-aways, fishing in the 70s, and the competitive side of offshore fishing.




Molly Graham

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Suggested citation: Ingalls, B. (2018). Voices of the Maine Fishermen's Forum. Oral history interview with Bobby Ingalls, by Natalie Springuel and Teagan White on March 2, 2018. Maine Sound & Story.


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