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US lobster fishermen's 'problem of plenty'

5 October 2013 Last updated at 05:28 BST

For those who harvest the seas a big catch is usually welcomed, but the abundance of lobsters in Maine in the US has seen the price of the shellfish plummet.

The catch in some waters has increased six-fold in a decade, but the lobstermen have struggled to turn the healthy catch into healthy profits.

Jonny Dymond reports.

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